Advocates for Victims of Assault supports victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and other trauma.
Crisis intervention, limited transportation, operation of 24-hour domestic violence and sexual assault hotline, Assistance with rent, food, relocation and emergency financial assistance, Matched savings program where individuals work with their advocate to establish an agreed upon goal toward financial independence and self sufficiency, Provide contracted attorneys, free of charge, to represent victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in protection order hearings and U-Visa applications, Operate a low barrier pet-friendly emergency safe house for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and their dependent children and Longer-term residency option for victims making 80% or less of the area median income.
ALIGHT has established a tech-based model that offers rapid response for survivors to free legal advocacy, counsel and representation on a variety of legal issues from debt to child custody and criminal records (no immigration). Survivor calls ALIGHT Intake Advocate for screening and connection at (720) 608-6039.
We offer free and confidential services, a 24-hour hotline staffed by volunteers, bilingual weekly support groups for women and children, court advocacy in criminal court, legal assistance for divorce and child-custody cases through our Bridges of Hope legal project, and education and outreach to the community as well.
Bright Future Foundation provides services to domestic violence and sexual assault survivors. Their services include Advocacy (24/7 hotline, mental health services, legal advocacy and representation, case management and financial education), Brighthouse (safehouse shelter), rapid re-housing initiative (up to two years of low-rent, temporary housing), buddy mentors (mentorship program for kids), youth advocacy, SANE exams, forensic nurse exams, and online parenting classes.
Bringing Justice Home Project is housed under Crossroads Safehouse and provides legal services for a wide range of civil legal matters including, but not limited to, civil protection orders, divorce, and custody cases, housing, employment, education, immigration and finances. Services are provided in the following counties in-person and/or remote: Grand, Jackson, Larimer, Moffat, Routt, and Weld. BJH does not provide criminal legal defense.
We serve 29 counties with our largest concentration of services offered in Pueblo County. Headquartered in Pueblo, we operate 24 programs and services primarily across Crowley, Fremont, Huerfano, Las Animas, Otero, and Pueblo counties. Our main focus is toward early childhood well-being and education. Our vision is that every home is a nurturing environment that supports the full potential of the child so that every child is ready for school on day one. We accomplish this by implementing a 2-Generation approach in our programs. Additional programs we have provide assistance that helps those with barriers to employment transitional jobs/ technical training, immigration citizenship application help and advocacy, Social Security Representative Payee service, and home stability rent and utility assistance for families.
CLS offers free civil legal services for Coloradans including survivors of human trafficking
The Mexican Consulate can provide services for Mexican Nationals including: identity documents (passports, birth certificates, etc.), victim services (human rights abuses, detention, location of people, repatriation of remains, repatriation of sick individuals, etc.), power of attorney, birth registry, marriage, community health and education including financial literacy, visas and more.
With a focus on sheltering, outreach, and prevention, Crossroads provides trauma-informed advocacy and support to victims and aspires to create a future without domestic violence. Programs and services include a 24/7 crisis line, emergency shelter, non-resident advocacy, domestic abuse response, legal advocacy, legal representation, rapid rehousing, prevention and education, and youth and bilingual advocacy.
Lutheran Family Services is the largest refugee resettlement agency in the Rocky Mountain region. LFS offers adoption services, disaster response, foster care services, aging services (high need seniors hospital support program), pregnancy counseling, prevention services such as parental education/support and other child focused education/services, immigration legal services, Early Childhood Education and Workforce Pathway Program (for refugee mothers from Afghanistan and Swahili speaking countries), Road to Economic Freedom Employment Program (job skills training/support).
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PorchLight is a family justice center designed to bring many victim service providers together in one location to improve access to services. Partner agencies collaborate to offer wrap around services including: legal services, counseling, victim services (including victim compensation), healthcare (including forensic nurse exams), advocacy, benefits enrollment, crisis services, legal advocacy (protection orders, divorce, custody), basic needs assistance (food, clothing),
Project Hope is an organization focused on serving victims of crimes including sexual assault, domestic violence and human trafficking. Services include, 24/7 crisis line, safe shelter, food, clothing, transportation, crisis intervention and safety planning, court advocacy, address confidentiality program, restorative justice, legal aid, financial assistance, transitional housing, crime victims compensation, counseling (up to 6 sessions), peer support groups, and resource referrals.
Rise provides immediate crisis intervention (24 hours a day availability) including: Court Advocates to explain the criminal justice system, assistance with civil restraining orders, emergency transportation to safe shelter (Shelter provided by the Southwest Safehouse) advocates to help navigate other community organizations, information and referrals, speakers and trainers to provide community education, safety planning, victim compensation, and youth groups including: Youth Rise, Girls on the Run, Lunch Mentoring and more.
We provide civil legal services for youth people who have experienced trauma or instability. This includes advocacy for youth impacted by domestic violence at home, advocacy for students so that they have what they need in the classroom, advocacy for caregivers so that they can take care of the children in their homes, and advocacy for young adults as they transition to adulthood. Specifically for young adults, we advocate to expunge of juvenile records, to help them obtain identification or other important documents, to address landlord-tenant disputes, or to tackle other civil legal matters.