Services include a confidential Safehouse (for women and their children), Victim Advocacy (safety plans, court support and legal advocacy), Counseling (accepts Medicaid), Children’s Programs, a 24/7 Safe Line, Housing Assistance, and Community Outreach and Education.
Fundamentally, we do three things: (1) Provide immediate safety at our confidential Safehouse for women, children, and other victims escaping abuse; (2) Empower survivors through programs and support such as Advocacy and Counseling; and (3) Creating a safer future through Education and Outreach to schools, businesses, and other organizations.
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
The Alliance is the only organization serving Chaffee, northern Saguache, and Western Fremont Counties that provides a safe and confidential place for victims to receive 24-hour crisis assistance, counseling & safe housing. We serve survivors directly through a 24/7 crisis line, safety planning, legal advocacy and assistance, emergency safehousing and long-term housing assistance, support groups, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner exams, and referrals to a variety of resources. We provide education about the prevalence and impacts of domestic and sexual violence, and encourage culture change by being a resource to the public as well as survivors, and by providing leadership on policy issues that impact our clients.
211 Tabor St. Office 110 Buena Vista, CO
The Avery Center—formerly Free Our Girls—was founded in 2014 to address the gap in direct services for adults experiencing commercial sex trafficking in Northern Colorado and across the United States. Our services focus on economic empowerment-focused programs, such as our financial literacy curriculum, as well as peer support groups and basic needs resource delivery. The majority of our direct services take place in our Greeley offices, with several of our programs now available nationwide online.
Through issue advocacy, scientifically-supported prevention programs and a robust offering of low to no-cost client services including a 24-hour hotline, individual and group therapy and case management, The Blue Bench has helped hundreds of thousands of Denver-area people of all gender identities find the courage to move from victim to survivor.
The Center on Colfax is a safe and welcoming place for Colorado’s proud, diverse LGBTQ community and has grown to become the largest LGBTQ community center in the Rocky Mountain region. We give voice to Colorado’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) community, and play a pivotal role in statewide initiatives to reduce harassment and discrimination. Today, we are focused on fulfilling our mission by ensuring that every member of the LGBTQ community has access to the programs and resources they need to live happy, healthy, and productive lives. When you visit our space, you’ll be affirmed and accepted, heard and understood.
The Don’t Look Back Center (DLBC) was founded in 2018 as a center to keep women and transwomen with substance use disorders, Trauma, and PTSD out of the criminal justice system. DLBC provides substance use disorder treatment and prevention services and trauma services including: a relapse prevention group, DUI/DWAI Classes, competency restoration education, transitional sober living home, and H.E.R. culturally competent group counseling. They also provide care management and supportive housing to adult females and transwomen.
Trauma-Informed, Gender-Responsive, and Holistic Behavioral Health Treatment and Services. Services provided include support groups (trauma, empowerment, addiction recovery, and men’s trauma recovery), behavioral health, HIV prevention and care, criminal justice (programs for incarcerated or formerly incarcerated individuals to help get back on track), housing (direct referrals from Parole and City of Denver), and acudetox/acupuncture.
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.
Core program (Motherwise) includes 6 weeks of workshops plus one-on-one coaching for mothers on knowing themselves, what healthy relationships are to them, communication and relationship skills for all kinds of relationships, and connecting with a newborn baby. After core programming has been delivered, additional opportunities for wrap around services are provided. Must be pregnant or parenting to receive services.
We offer a variety of services including: psychotherapy, workshops and presentations, clinical consultation (areas of expertise: trauma, vicarious trauma, burn out, compassion fatigue, and culture and mental health), and program evaluation services. We strive to provide LGBTQ affirming and culturally sensitive services, and are priced on a sliding scale that takes individual income and financial situations into account. We invite any member of the Denver community with mental health needs to visit one of our clinics for personally tailored support. We have focus areas on supporting the well-being and mental health of immigrants, refugees and survivors of torture as well.
Urban Peak works with youth aged 15 through 24 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness through a variety of programs including a shelter (ages 15-20), a day time resource center, education, employment services, and access to housing resources.
We provide intensive case management and mental health services in a “one-stop shop” environment in a confidential location that is safe, quiet and trauma informed. As part of our services we maintain a small resource bank and offer survivor support and mental health groups, as well as some on-site employment opportunities. We work closely with other trusted service providers in order to achieve a wrap around services option for those who desire such services. We have received multi-year funding to develop a peer support program. We believe in voluntad: the human ability and right to choose with freedom and dignity. We believe that while we can share resources and information, each survivor is the expert of their own life and deserves the chance to exercise and develop agency, self determination and a vision for the future. We seek to empower this in every survivor.
Youth Seen provides mental health and case management to QTBIPOC; QTPOC youth and their families. Youth Seen contracts with a therapist/social worker that specializes in interpersonal violence, state violence, and exploitation. We also provide training to organizations, practitioners, and communities.