Pueblo Cooperative Care Center provides emergency assistance services including: food, clothing, medical prescription assistance, emergency transportation (within the city of Pueblo via bus), personal hygiene essentials, mobile showers and laundry, and voucher programs for Colorado ID cards, driver’s licenses, birth and death certificates, spiritual leadership and referrals to other resources.
The Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment is the Local Public Health Agency for Pueblo County. Services provided include, but are not limited to, Immunizations, Family Planning, Contraception (Birth Control) Supplies, Emergency Contraception, and Sexually Transmitted Infection Testing and Treatment.
Pueblo Rape Crisis Services (PRCS) provides community prevention education, crisis intervention, and case management to survivors of sexual violence and does not discriminate against any individual. Our 24/7 confidential crisis hotline is staffed with trained advocates who also respond to our local hospital for any survivor of sexual assault. Serving over 450 individuals annually, we envision a community free of sexual violence. We serve the following counties: Alamosa, Baca, Bent, Costilla, Crowley, Custer, Huerfano, Kiowa, Las Animas, Otero, Prowers and Pueblo.
The YWCA provides a 24-hour crisis line answered by trained advocates, emergency shelter, domestic violence counseling, legal advocate assistance and referral, community referral, and court accompaniment. The YWCA Pueblo provides services to both males, females, and their children affected by intimate partner violence. This includes physical, sexual, and psychological harm by a current or former partner or spouse.
Queer Asterisk is a Colorado 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization guided by queer leadership and rooted in community. We provide counseling services, educational trainings, groups, peer mentorship, and community programming to promote wellness through greater connection to self and others. We envision a vibrant community that embraces authentic expression and transformation, where individuals with dynamic and intersecting identities can thrive.
Different types of tele-health therapy available for adults and teens designed to help them decrease anxiety and depression and improve relationships. Strategies used include: mindfulness, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), cognitive and behavioral therapy, person centered, and trauma informed approaches. Rachel offers free 15 minute phone consultation so you can ask questions, see how we fit, and get started in therapy faster. Rachel has experience supporting sexual assault survivors. Rachel provides inclusive, culturally aware, and anti-racist therapy that is LGBTQ+ empowering, sex-positive and neurodiversity affirming.
Re-fined has a mentoring program, styling program and court support program. The Mentoring Program trains and supports Mentor Advocates and provides encouragement, resources, education, tools and discipleship to better equip them in their relationship with survivors. Re-fined’s Styling Program provides services and resources to restore a survivor’s dignity and self-worth through cosmetology and fashion. Re-fined partners with salons in the community to offer services free of charge for job interviews, graduations, and milestone achievements for participants in stabilization housing. The Court Support Program couples empowerment and confidence to support survivors with their appearance related needs for court dates and trials. This program provides invaluable courage to victims, giving them an inner strength to fight for justice while instilling in them words of truth and hope for their future.
Reclaiming Hope cares for toddlers, children, youth and adults nationally with our Hope Bags and crisis care resources, as well as contributes to the restoration and reintegration of survivors in Colorado through our Mentor Program. Our survivor-led Mentor Program matches trained, accountable mentors with young women for the purpose of forming trusting, supportive, committed relationships. Mentors provide a safe person to talk to, share needs, dreams and goals with, and begin the process of healing.
WINGS (Women in Need, Gaining Strength) provides a temporary home (ADA accessible) for women and children survivors of domestic violence, as well as sexual assault. Wrap around services for shelter guests include: 24-hour crisis intervention and admission, Three meals a day, Bathing and laundry facilities, Medical, legal, and housing referrals, Task-oriented counseling and goal setting, Parenting, job, and life skills referrals, and Community referral services
We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization created to provide tools for empowerment of survivors as well as educate all stakeholders of human trafficking. Our programs include Skills Development (classes in computer/microsoft and financial literacy which segue to business coaching class), mentoring group sessions, SAFE(survivor awareness & first encounter), and Awareness Education (Conference, Workshop, Presentation & training). We connect survivors through our business coaching classes to microfinance companies that help them secure small grants/loans to start small business of their own; and connection to businesses for internships with possible job offers. Additional services include: Food Assistance and Transportation assistance.
Rise provides immediate crisis intervention (24 hours a day availability) including: Court Advocates to explain the criminal justice system, assistance with civil restraining orders, emergency transportation to safe shelter (Shelter provided by the Southwest Safehouse) advocates to help navigate other community organizations, information and referrals, speakers and trainers to provide community education, safety planning, victim compensation, and youth groups including: Youth Rise, Girls on the Run, Lunch Mentoring and more.
Rising Up’s programs are designed to keep our homeless and hungry neighbors engaged and working to achieve sustainable independence in a safe and trusted environment. We offer job search assistance, advocacy, hot meals, showers, housing search assistance, a client choice food pantry, overnight winter warming center, connecting dots to other services and much more. These services help empower people to make their own decisions; transform people from being dependent to being independent; and rebuild a solid foundation to rise up from their current situations and move forward on a path to sustainable independence that will help them become productive, contributing members of our great community!
We provide civil legal services for youth people who have experienced trauma or instability. This includes advocacy for youth impacted by domestic violence at home, advocacy for students so that they have what they need in the classroom, advocacy for caregivers so that they can take care of the children in their homes, and advocacy for young adults as they transition to adulthood. Specifically for young adults, we advocate to expunge of juvenile records, to help them obtain identification or other important documents, to address landlord-tenant disputes, or to tackle other civil legal matters.
We provide crisis intervention and peer support services for the state of Colorado through the Colorado Crisis Line. We meet folks with a ‘no wrong door’ approach and are committed to making a difference in the lives of so many in our Colorado Community.
The Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN) provides pro bono legal immigration assistance and works to ensure justice for adults in immigration detention and for immigrant children who have suffered from abuse, neglect, or violence.