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Finding Our Voices

Founded by and for survivors of sexual assault, Finding Our Voices connects peers in the community, provides support, and promotes artistic expression as a method of healing to empower all individuals impacted by these experiences. FOV hosts a variety of art and writing workshops, retreats, and support groups that use exercises, such as writing poems based on a prompt or creating visual art that engages the subconscious, to help survivors process their pain. Survivors also have the opportunity to engage in leadership and awareness activities by displaying their art at FOV’s annual art exhibit or participating in outreach and advocacy events during Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April.

Type of organization
Social/Emotional Support
Speaking Engagements/Consulting
Survivor Support Groups
810 Arcturus Dr, CO Springs CO 80905
Genders served:
Female
Ages served:
Adults
Insurance required:
No
Food Bank of the Rockies

Food Bank of the Rockies warehouse is the central distribution program providing food and essentials to more than 600 hunger-relief programs in northern Colorado including metropolitan Denver, the eastern Plains and Western Slope as well as the entire state of Wyoming. These hunger relief programs range from small faith based food pantries to large charities serving hundreds of clients daily. Programs include: mobile pantries, food for kids, culturally responsive food initiative, FRESH program (access to produce), Grocery Rescue, SNAP, and Evergreen boxes (food for seniors 60+).

Type of organization
Food Assistance
10700 E. 45th Ave. Denver, CO 80239
3900 Nome St., Unit T Denver, CO 80239
120 North River Road Palisade, CO 81526
Genders served:
All Genders
Ages served:
Adults, Unaccompanied minors, Accompanied minors
Insurance required:
No
Fort Collins Rescue Mission

Fort Collins Rescue Mission is committed to helping people who are experiencing homelessness and addiction change their lives. Needs are met through meals, shelter, and long-term, life-changing programs.

Type of organization
Emergency Overnight/Homeless Shelter
Food Assistance
316 Jefferson Street, Fort Collins, CO 80524
Genders served:
Male, Transman
Ages served:
Adults
Insurance required:
No
Four Corners Rainbow Youth Center

Four Corners Rainbow Youth Center provides direct and indirect services and programming to any LGBTQ youth 5-18, their allies and families. Services focus on education and skill building to support healthy thriving youth and families.

Type of organization
Day Shelter or Drop In Center
Individual/Group Clinical Therapy
LGBTQ+ Specific Care
Social/Emotional Support
Youth Specific Care
Genders served:
All Genders
Ages served:
Adults, Unaccompanied minors, Accompanied minors
Insurance required:
No
Freedom's Hope Counseling, LLC

I provide clinical mental health counseling to survivors of sex trafficking. I lead adult women’s groups in Ending The Game (of sex trafficking).

Type of organization
Individual Clinical Therapy
Individual/Group Clinical Therapy
Social/Emotional Support
1006 Robertson Street, Fort Collins, CO
Genders served:
All Genders
Ages served:
Adults
Insurance required:
No
Services:
Gateway Domestic Violence Services

Gateway Domestic Violence Services provides a highly effective combination of shelter and comprehensive services to adults and children fleeing domestic violence. Gateway is the only 24/7 shelter available in the City of Aurora and Arapahoe County, offering emergency shelter and extended-stay care, together with a crisis line, licensed counseling, and court advocacy.

Type of organization
Crisis Hotline with Resource Navigation
Housing Assistance Program
Safehouse Shelter
24/7 Crisis phone number:
24/7
Aurora, CO, USA
Genders served:
All Genders
Ages served:
Adults, Accompanied minors
Insurance required:
No
Haseya Advocate Program

Haseya Advocate Program is a Native woman-led organization that serves Indigenous survivors of domestic and sexual violence in the Colorado Springs, Colorado region. We empower Native survivors to overcome domestic and sexual violence by providing culturally sensitive and appropriate advocacy, including safety planning, access to information and resources, accompaniment, and problem solving.

Haseya is the only program in the state of Colorado that provides domestic and sexual violence advocacy for urban Indigenous survivors.

Type of organization
Basic Case Management (ongoing)
Holistic Wellness (Yoga, Acupuncture, etc.)
Housing Assistance Program
Survivor Support Groups
Victim Assistance
24/7
Colorado Springs, CO, USA
Genders served:
All Genders
Ages served:
Adults
Insurance required:
No
Healing Paths Counseling, LLC

Healing Paths Counseling specializes in treating trauma and abuse, depression, anxiety, cult abuse, substance abuse and eating disorders. Therapies include Christian therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).

Type of organization
Individual Clinical Therapy
1333 W 120TH AVE STE 217 Westminster, CO
Genders served:
All Genders
Ages served:
Adults, Accompanied minors
Insurance required:
No
Services:
Help For Abused Partners

HFAP provides an immediate safe environment for victims of DV and supports victims through the decision-making process. We provide a 24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter, transitional housing (rental assistance and help getting into permanent housing), assistance with a protection orders, safety plans, court advocacy, emergency food and clothing, financial assistance, support groups for youth and adults & victim advocacy.

Type of organization
Clothing Bank
Food Assistance
Safehouse Shelter
Survivor Support Groups
24/7 Crisis phone number:
Genders served:
All Genders
Ages served:
Adults, Accompanied minors
Insurance required:
No
Homeward Alliance & The Murphy Center for Hope

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.

Type of organization
Clothing Bank
Day Shelter or Drop In Center
Food Assistance
Housing Assistance Program
Resource Navigation (as needed)
Self-Help / Recovery Support Groups (AA/NA)
Survivor Support Groups
Walk In Crisis Services
242 Conifer St, Fort Collins, CO 80524, USA
Genders served:
All Genders
Ages served:
Adults
Insurance required:
No
Hope Communities

Hope Communities programs and services are free, held on-site, and open to all. Affordable Housing Program: Hope Communities has 278 affordable units, housing more than 750 people in 2018 at four Denver properties. Resource Navigation/Adult Education: Individualized resource navigation focuses on access to community resources, benefits, financial literacy, career/personal skill development, and structured educational programs. Child/Youth Development: Classes and programs for youth include early childhood education and healthy parent-child relationship programs, kindergarten preparedness, and homework assistance. Health & Wellness: Hope provides residents and community members access to knowledge and skills to manage their health and wellness. This includes early childhood health education, dental/health/vision screenings, navigation of medical institutions, and other wellness events and clinics. Community-Building: Hope promotes neighborhood alliances, resident meetings/councils, a community garden, and community safety meetings. These programs are customized to address needs at each site.

Type of organization
Education/Life Skills Classes
Housing Assistance Program
Resource Navigation
Genders served:
All Genders
Ages served:
Adults, Accompanied minors
Insurance required:
No
Inside Out Youth Services

At Inside Out Youth Services, we are dedicated to providing quality programs and services to LGBTQIA2+ youth, ages 13-24, in Colorado Springs and the surrounding counties. We support the unique needs of LGBTQIA2+ youth and young adults at all stages of their journey through discussion groups, drop-ins (online and in-person), outings, leadership opportunities, counseling, and food and clothing support. Our goal is to ensure that each of the lives we touch goes on to live a healthy and long existence as their authentic happy self.

Type of organization
Day Shelter or Drop In Center
LGBTQ+ Specific Care
Youth-Specific Therapy
223 N. Wahsatch Ave. Ste. 101 Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Genders served:
All Genders
Ages served:
Adults, Unaccompanied minors, Accompanied minors
Insurance required:
No
Irving Street Women's Residence

Long-term residential program for chronically homeless women. Case management provided as well as mental health services. Referrals through the OneHome system (VI-SPDAT)

Type of organization
Emergency Overnight/Homeless Shelter
Genders served:
Female, Trans, Transwoman, Transman, Gender Queer
Ages served:
Adults
Insurance required:
No
Ithaka

Ithaka provides shelter for individuals, families and seniors experiencing homelessness and/or who don’t have access to stable housing. Ithaka also provides case management to connect their transitional housing residents to the supportive services they need such as healthcare, addiction recovery, benefits applications, and more.

They have three programs: Family Transitional Housing, Individual Transitional Housing Program called Shore House and a Senior Transitional Housing Program.

Type of organization
Basic Case Management (ongoing)
Sober Living Home
Transitional Housing/Short Term Residential Program
321 Mesa Road Colorado Springs, CO, USA
Genders served:
Male, All Genders
Ages served:
Adults, Accompanied minors
Insurance required:
No
Jefferson Center for Mental Health

Jefferson Center is a nonprofit, community-focused mental health and substance use service provider. Services available for adults, families, children and seniors. Primary services include: Individual and Group Therapy, Counseling, Peer Support, Substance Abuse Treatment, Medication Evaluation and Monitoring, Psychological Assessments, Criminal Justice programs, School Based programs, Parenting/Early Childhood family services, Veteran & Military Family Services, Wellness classes (including wellness coaching and smoking cessation), and Mobile Medication Assisted treatment.

Type of organization
Individual/Group Clinical Therapy
Medication Assisted Treatment
Social/Emotional Support
Wheat Ridge, CO, USA
Genders served:
All Genders
Ages served:
Adults, Accompanied minors
Insurance required:
No

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