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.
Beautiful Feet Wellness serves the larger community through wellness programming and education on the issue of human trafficking. Beautiful Feet Wellness provides fitness and wellness services to people exiting the sex trade for reduced or no cost in order to help them find their healthy lifestyle and move through recovery. Types of services include group fitness classes, yoga, Zumba, Barre, cardio, strength, mindfulness, pool exercise, as well as individual training and wellness advice.
Blue Sky Bridge is a non-profit organization located in Boulder, Colorado working in child abuse intervention and education. We use the Child Advocacy Center model to create a child-focused approach to abuse investigations in partnership with law enforcement, social services and the District Attorney’s office. Blue Sky Bridge provides skilled forensic interviews of children and vulnerable adults, crisis counseling and support to non-offending caregivers, therapy for children and families, medical examinations, and education programs to increase community awareness and to empower the community to prevent sexual abuse of children.
Abortion care, STI/STD testing, specialized gynecology, birth control, free teen clinic to patients under age 20, Non Scalpel Vasectomies, annuals and cancer screenings, transgender and gender non binary health care.
Earn While You Learn Clients may earn items such as a new car seat or crib and mattress by completing educational units. Pursue: Education for a Lifetime – CCPC conducts sexual educational classes for students within our local schools. The education includes social branding, relational issues, effects/risks of pornography/sexting, and other social issues that may arise by unhealthy choices. Our trained staff are available to talk through worries, concerns, issues, experiences and problems in regards to their current, past and future situation(s). Practical information on: pregnancy, childbirth, parenting, adoption, fetal & childhood development, abortion risks and alternatives, sexually transmitted disease. Monthly Allotments: we can help provide some basic essentials for you and your new family like diapers, baby food, formula, and more. Material Assistance Baby/toddler/children clothing, maternity clothing, baby furniture & equipment as well as a variety of other items.
CREA Results is a cultural broker, building the assets of the immigrant community in Colorado by increasing health equity and economic security. Our work is driven by a team of Promotores de Salud/Community Health Workers: passionate cultural and linguistic liaisons that advocate on behalf of the community and build trust among community members and local service agencies. CREA is an acronym that stands for Community, Research, Education + Awareness. We believe that when we combine these four assets we achieve results. CREA also means “Create” in Spanish. We believe in the capacity of our team to create meaningful relationships with people, and impactful changes in their neighborhoods. We see the community as a whole, including community residents, local agencies, organizations and government agencies
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.
Homeward Alliance operates a continuum of programs and initiatives for families, adults and seniors, such as basic needs, housing-focused case management, behavioral health and employment services. The Murphy Center acts as a one-stop-shop for people experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness. It is the hub of services for people who face homelessness or housing instability — one location in which 20 organizations offer more than 40 services to nearly 3,000 people each year.
Open Heart Advocates is a victim services organization serving primarily survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, teen dating violence, human trafficking and other crimes or traumas. OHA has a gender inclusive safehouse where survivors can stay up to 45 days as well as other short term emergency housing options. Sexual assault services include physical exams to obtain evidence, court accompaniment and counseling. Additionally, OHA provides training to communities and agencies to educate them about the crime of human trafficking. OHA can provide referrals to legal assistance, mental health counseling and other services they may not provide in-house.
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),
The Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment is the Local Public Health Agency for Pueblo County. Services provided include, but are not limited to, Immunizations, Family Planning, Contraception (Birth Control) Supplies, Emergency Contraception, and Sexually Transmitted Infection Testing and Treatment.
Sarah’s Home is a safehouse shelter for young women and girls who have been sex trafficked. The program consists of counseling and therapy, life skill training, medical care, job skill training, spiritual guidance, relationship training, mentoring and education. Our accredited school, Aspire Academy, is on our property which allows our girls to complete credits that may have missed.
STAR deploys a behavioral health clinician and a paramedic or EMT to low risk, non emergent calls coming into 9-1-1 or Non-Emergency. The STAR team provides de-escalation, support and resources to individuals experiencing behavioral health crises or issues related to poverty and public health. To request support from the STAR team, please call 9-1-1 if in Denver, call the Denver Police Department’s non-emergency line at 720-913-2000, or call 720-913-STAR (7827) and an operator will dispatch the most appropriate, available response
Short term shelter/Emergency shelter and drop in center located in Boulder, CO. If client can get to the shelter and there is availability (currently can house 14 youth per night) then they can stay as long as they present proof of age with some form of documentation.
Chase House – residential program for 12-18 year olds
The Source Overnight Shelter – emergency shelter for 12-21 year olds
The Source Drop in Center – open 7 days/week for 12-24 year olds
1440 Pine – supportive housing complex for 18-24 year olds
Transitional Living Program – long term housing navigation for 18-24 year olds
Street Outreach Program – connecting with youth experiencing homelessness
Women, transgender individuals, and their children who seek assistance from The Gathering Place have access to a wide range of programs and services. These include: Day shelter services that meet basic needs, connect clients to resources, crisis and wellness services, and provide peer to peer engagement. Additional services include: showers, laundry, nap rooms, meals, food/clothing bank, harm reduction (Narcan + training & test strips), Art studio, peer specialist, mental health services, and housing case management.