We’re actively removing barriers to care — from long wait times to costly out-of-pocket fees and burnt-out providers — and, in turn, expanding access to high-quality therapy and psychiatry.
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 support workers who have faced injustices in the workplace. We either take on cases directly or support workers in finding the next best steps for their potential case.
Since 1979, Tu Casa has provided free, confidential, bilingual advocacy, counseling, and outreach services to child and adult victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, elder abuse, and hate crimes throughout the 6 rural counties of the San Luis Valley in Colorado. We empower survivors to live healthy, violence-free lives by providing 24/7 crisis services, safe shelter, emergency financial assistance, therapy, legal support, and community referrals. After receiving our services, 96% of clients reported feeling safer and less alone in their experience, more confident that they would achieve their goals, and more hopeful about their future.
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.
The Volunteers of America Southwest Safehouse serves adult and children survivors of domestic violence or other violence crimes of any gender. The Southwest Safehouse provides a safe refuge for those who have no safe home, and provides the tools and support needed to recover from trauma and start a new life.
SERVICES PROVIDED: 24-hour telephone crisis intervention, 24/7/365 residential domestic violence shelter services with 24-hour intake, Provision of all basic needs: nutritious meals, shower and laundry facilities, clothing closet and personal hygiene supplies, Extensive resource referral and task-oriented counseling, Specialized children’s services, Life skills training, Employment services and Educational modules on parenting.
Rapid rehousing, emergency shelter and transitional housing services for veterans who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness. Wrap around services (also available to non-shelter guests) include: Day Shelter, Financial Assistance, Basic Needs, Rapid Rehousing, Case Management, Emergency Shelter (female seniors only)
WellPower provides community behavioral health care. Through multiple community sites, mental health providers in several Denver public schools, collaborations with community partnerships and home-based outreach, Wellpower provides treatment, prevention, outreach and crisis services to children, families and adults.
The Center for Children offers five (5) program areas to victims and their families:
FAMILY SUPPORT ADVOCACY (F.S.A)
SEXUAL ASSAULT NURSE EXAMINER (S.A.N.E) PROGRAM
THERAPY & MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM
DEVELOPMENT & OUTREACH
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.
YouthZone, a family first nonprofit, is dedicated to fostering positive youth development for teens that call the Western Slope their home. Our organization specializes in intervention, prevention, and volunteerism for youth between the ages of 6 and 18 years. Since YouthZone’s inception, we have gone from servicing 400 youth annually to more than 1,000 presently.
Locations in Glenwood Springs, Aspen, Rifle and Carbondale.