Individual, group, family, and couples counseling; meditation services such as evaluations, testing and follow-up
BMH is a two-year, rent-free program, based on a communal living model. This program prioritizes safety, empowering individual wholeness and offering life-enhancing skills. Bakhita Mountain Home offers an opportunity for adult, female identifying survivors of sex trafficking to continue to heal and grow individually while connecting to a supportive community. BMH provides support for ongoing goal development and attainment. Individuals have full control of the choices and goals set here at BMH. Their voice is the most important in directing each step of their healing journey. They can enhance employment and career goals, start and/or finish educational goals, volunteer in the community, and most importantly take space to focus on themselves.
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.
BACA empowers children who have been abused by way of “Level 1 interventions,” “Level 2 interventions” and court support (we can escort them to court to testify against their perpetrators.) Level 1 intervention consists of all available members in the area riding to the child’s house and presenting them with a patch, stickers, and taking a photograph so they feel empowered by the full support of our group. Level 2 interventions involve a group of BACA members who create a presence at the home of the child, being visible at times when the family might be the most vulnerable. The purpose of B.A.C.A.’s presence is to deter further abuse and to protect the children and the family, if necessary.
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.
An informed community of people empowered to make health-related choices that support vibrant, full lives. They accomplish this through offering high quality care regardless of background, financial situation, or identity.
My passion is working with people and helping my clients achieve the life they’ve always dreamed of. Addiction recovery is my specialty.
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.
Originally founded in 1963 by a group of women from six local churches, FISH recognized that many community members were going hungry and began collecting and distributing food to those in need.
CCPC has been expanding & will continue to empower families through educational opportunities, spiritual & emotional support, miscarriage & post-abortive support and of course, material items such as diapers, wipes, formula & baby food that help many families increase the reach of their budget.
Care and Share Food Bank gathers, sorts, then distributes food to partner food pantries as well as as those in need.
ACPC Women’s Clinic
WE PROVIDE FREE PREGNANCY TESTING, ULTRASOUND FOR PREGNANCY DETERMINATION, PREGNANCY OPTIONS EDUCATION, RESOURCES AND REFERRALS IN A COMFORTABLE AND CONFIDENTIAL ENVIRONMENT.
ACPC Life Services
WE OFFER MENTORING-STYLE CLASSES & WORKSHOPS THAT BREAK DOWN WALLS, OPEN GATES, AND SMASH THE STEREOTYPES THAT HAVE HELD OUR CLIENTS BACK FROM MEETING THEIR FULL POTENTIAL.
Housing program: temporary shelter, rapid rehousing ($$ fixed amount of time), section 8 vouchers, ESG $$ (gone in August), homelessness prevention via rent assistance – Do need an ID.
Also have a community advocate program – victim assistance, mostly for the immigrant population including wage theft assistance, landlors/empoyer mediation services
Have bilignual English/Spanish capacity and serving EAGLE, PITKIN AND GARLFIELD COUNTIES
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.
CHTA provides intake/assessment, counseling, non traditional programs such as yoga, mindfulness, art, quilt, neuro-feedback, brain map, clinical consultations, and trainings.
I provide affirming and compassionate therapy for trauma and relationships. My approach to therapy is inclusive, anti-oppressive, and trauma informed. I utilize trauma and attachment-based interventions, including EMDR trauma therapy.
Reporting resource for Child Abuse and Neglect in the state of Colorado. Also has educational resources for professionals who may be Mandatory Reporters.
CCCA provides crisis intervention, 24/7 on-scene response, emergency safe-housing, shelter referrals, safety planning, counseling assistance, protection order assistance, liaison with law enforcement, DA and judicial, 24-hour hotline, courtroom accompaniment, assistance with legal aid, counseling referrals, CVC assistance, emergency financial assistance, immigration referrals and other services.