With serving all of Colorado, 9-5 hosts monthly workshops with an employment attorney for cases of workplace sexual harassment. 9to5 Colorado’s work centers low income and vulnerable populations in the workforce.
Abby’s Impact enables vulnerable young adults to build the coping and problem-solving skills to handle life’s challenges and reduce the likelihood of poor health outcomes such as depression, anxiety, or substance abuse. Participants work with coaches for in-depth support along with group programming that they need to better cope and
function despite adversity or trauma. JFS will curate an individual approach for each young adult participant that will result in their individual growth, promote increased
resiliency, and enable them to live healthy lives.
ACCESS Housing provides wrap-around services to Adams County families through three core programs: (1) a 9-week transitional housing program, (2) homelessness prevention and emergency assistance with rent, mortgage, and utility payments, and (3) a Multi-focused Family Literacy Center offering a wide range of skill development including employment and academic support, financial literacy, parenting, and other life skill training that will enrich family life and promote long-term stability.
Statewide program that provides survivors of stalking, sexual assault, and domestic violence with a legal substitute address and mail forwarding. Under Colorado law, all state and local government agencies must accept a participant’s substitute address. ACP services are intended to enhance a comprehensive safety plan and contribute to increased survivor safety.
Advocates Against Domestic Assault (AADA) provides a comprehensive system of programs and services to address the needs of victims of domestic abuse including: a 24-hour crisis line, Emergency shelter, Individual and group counseling, Case management (including transitional housing programs), Information and referrals, Legal advocacy, Community and peer education, Parenting education, Safety Planning, Support groups, and Temporary Shelter.
Advocates for a Violence Free Community serves survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault through the following programs: Emergency Safehousing, Safehousing at Sprout House, Safety Planning, On and Off Scene Crisis Intervention, Courtroom Advocacy, Assistance With Restraining Orders, Medical Advocacy, Counseling Referrals and Assistance, Relocation Assistance, Referrals and Information, Community Outreach and Education, Support Groups and Address Confidentiality Assistance
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.
The Advocates of Lake County assists survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and any kind of violent crime. All Advocates services are free and confidential, and we provide an accepting atmosphere. People of all genders, persuasions, and socioeconomic backgrounds are welcome, including LBGTQ and Spanish-speaking clients.
We have a 24/7 safeline, confidential safehouse shelter, safety planning, assist with obtaining protection orders, advocate accompaniment for survivors (to law enforcement interviews, court hearings, etc.) and a robust social change program to prevent violence before it happens.
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).
ACHT-P’s major strength is providing educational and outreach services. We also serve as a single point of contact for persons seeking survivor support services in Southern Colorado (Pueblo, Huerfano and Las Animas Counties).
Offers 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.
Alternatives to Violence provides shelter, advocacy, education and resources for people impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking.
Provides procedural and general probate information to parties without attorneys. Probate matters include wills, trusts, guardianships, and conservatorships.
As your publicly-funded workforce center, we provide no-cost services to businesses and job seekers to ensure our region’s workforce and economy remain competitive.
AVRC is a crisis intervention agency that assists all victims of violent crime. We provide crisis hotline services, safety planning, advocacy, emergency shelter, peer counseling, children and group counseling, legal advocacy, relocation assistance, and financial assistance.
Art from Ashes (AfA) provides creative empowerment programming for young people aged 12-24, utilizing spoken word, poetry, intuitive writing, and art. AfA offers youth a safe space where they can freely express themselves without being censored and without fear of judgment, through Virtual Workshops, Events, Creative Drop-in time, and our nationally-recognized, award-winning curriculum programs. All of AfA’s programs provide a safe, non-judgmental space with caring adults and community artists for youth to share their dreams, hopes, fears and pain, as well as the opportunity to connect with their community, and transform their stories from trauma to self-empowerment.
Asian Pacific Development Center (APDC) serves survivors of ANY crime who may be in crisis. They provide Emotional/Crisis Support, Case Management, Transportation & Financial Assistance (for clients), hotel & grocery vouchers, therapy, adult learning/ESL, employment services, legal advocacy, Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence response, and are a satelite location for the Address Confidentiality Program.
Survivor led organization providing free cover ups and removals to survivors left with brands and self harm scars. We provide support services, tattoo removals, and cover-ups to survivors of sex trafficking, commercial sexual exploitation, self-harm, addiction, and former gang involvement, nationally. In addition, we train communities on Iconography
and from a lived experience perspective as a survivor-led nonprofit organization.
Providing behavioral health, integrated care and housing support to individuals and empowering them to shape healthy, viable, complete lives