Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center (RMvlc) provides a broad range of legal services to victims of crime in Colorado and to other services providers who work with victims of crime. The legal needs of victims of crime can be complex and varied. RMvlc’s services are designed to meet a broad range of needs and include providing legal information and referrals, limited assistance and consultation on legal issues, pro-bono legal representation, and training and outreach. RMvlc’s services are free to victims of crime and services providers and are available in all 22 of Colorado’s judicial districts.
Rose Andom Center houses over 15 different government and community-based agencies that provide a wide array of services for survivors of domestic violence. Clients begin with an intake appointment in which they meet with a Rose Andom Center Intake Specialist to discuss safety concerns and all available services at the Center. From the intake, clients are connected to any/all services they deem beneficial for themselves. While there is law enforcement in the building, clients are never required to interact with those agencies if they do not wish to.
Services: Advocacy (safety planning and support), Children’s Services, Civil Legal (protection orders, divorce/custody, landlord disputes, etc.), Criminal Legal (don’t have to file criminal charges to seek services), Medical (primary care, well-woman, prenatal, etc.), Self-Sufficiency (job skills, debt management, financial literacy), Counseling, and Pathways to Hope (year round mentoring program + camp ages 7-11).
SHARE, Inc provides 24/7 crisis response, emergency shelter, individual advocacy, support groups (with trained specialists), court advocates, safety plans, community education, transitional housing (help access rental assistance and other financial supports), help with protective orders, and referrals to other agencies.
Safe Shelter provides a comprehensive system of programs and services to address the needs of individuals affected by Domestic Violence, Elder Abuse, Human Trafficking and Teen Dating Violence. All of our services are free, confidential, bilingual (English/Spanish), bicultural, open and affirming, and available 24/7. We provide the following services: 24-hour crisis line, Emergency shelter, Individual and group counseling, Case management, Legal advocacy, Community and peer education, and Information and referrals.
SPAN services include 24/7 crisis/information line, emergency shelter, transitional services and housing assistance, legal advocacy, trauma counseling, and school and community-based violence prevention education. SPAN has specialized services focused on Latine survivors, LGBTQI survivors, and older survivors of abuse. All services are available in Spanish and English. SPAN primarily serves Boulder and Broomfield counties.
The San Luis Valley Immigrant Resource Center strives to educate and empower immigrants through advocacy, education, and immigration legal assistance. The Center has been recognized and accredited as an “Immigration Service Provider” by the Department of Justice for the past seventeen years and currently has two Accredited Representatives who are able to provide immigration legal assistance (including filling out related forms) and represent clients before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service. The Center also offers a Por Ti Misma (Assisting Battered Immigrants) Program to help domestic violence survivors obtain legal residency under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA); Punto de Vista Education (Outreach Language Project) that provides English as a Second Language (ESL) and Citizenship classes to adult immigrants; and a Crime Victim Housing Program that helps victims access and retain safe, long-term housing, and provides some of the support they need to rebuild their lives.
SMRC’s client service programs include a 24-hour Crisis Hotline, Personal & Legal Advocacy, Emergency Shelter & Safe-Housing, Counseling Services, Support Groups, Resources & Referrals, and Financial Assistance. SMRC also engages in a Cultural Outreach Program that provides culturally competent services to clients of all different backgrounds. We have a prevention education program in conjunction with the local schools and have a comprehensive volunteer program with intensive training.
SARA House is a child advocacy center that also serves adult survivors of sexual violence, domestic violence, and human trafficking. We offer forensic exams for youth ages 3-18 (with referral from law enforcement or DHS); we have trained SANEs on staff that offer sexual assault and strangulation exams for youth and adults. We also offer family advocacy, confidential advocacy to adult survivors, information and referrals, therapy, emergency financial assistance, and we do prevention education for elementary age children through high school.
910 S Main Street, Yuma, CO 80759
119 North Front Street, Sterling, CO 80751
Sarah’s Home is a safehouse shelter for young women and girls who have been sex trafficked. The program consists of counseling and therapy, life skill training, medical care, job skill training, spiritual guidance, relationship training, mentoring and education. Our accredited school, Aspire Academy, is on our property which allows our girls to complete credits that may have missed.
Provides counseling, safe housing navigation, WAGEES re-entry program, basic need assistance (food/clothing), legal advocacy and trial support to Hispanic/Latino victims of domestic violence; also provides educational groups for adult and child/youth victims of domestic violence. Additional services include case management, education, job support, life skills, victim assistance (court accompaniment/legal advocacy/medical advocacy) and HIV/AIDS support.
SASO ensures competent services through continuous advocacy training, an emphasis on self-care, and a tireless dedication to ending sexual violence and oppression. Our staff and team of volunteers are here to support YOU. We seeks empowerment for ALL victims of sexual violence regardless of immigration status, sexual orientation, religion, gender, income status, race, ethnicity, age, and ability and/or disability. We provide support and assistance through 24 hour crisis intervention and counseling; medical and legal advocacy during SANE (medical forensic) examinations, law enforcement interviews, and court proceedings; free weekly support groups; emergency financial assistance; and referrals to community agencies.
115 Ute Street, Room 22, Ignacio, CO 81137
The SAVA Center provides crisis intervention, advocacy and counseling for all those affected by sexual violence in Northern Colorado while also providing prevention programs through community outreach and education.
921 38th Avenue Ct. Greeley, CO
1570 W 1st St. Loveland, CO
Relationships, Hope, Transformation, Restoration. Serving those with Trauma, abuse, Grief and Loss, DID, and hurting hearts. The modalities I use are Person Centered, Gestalt, Family Systems and I work with my horses to do Equine Assisted Psychotherapy.
The Colorado Department of Human Services connects people with assistance, resources and support for living independently in our state. Colorado has a state-supervised and county-administered human services system. Under this system, county departments are the main provider of direct services to Colorado’s families, children and adults
Stout Street Foundation offers a short term program and a long term program. “Serenity” is a 28-Day Intensive Inpatient Residential Program which offers a safe healing environment for those struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders. Clinical therapy is the foundation of the healing process at Serenity. The Recovery Program is a long-term, 2-3 year residential program for adults committed to addiction recovery. There is no cost associated with these programs.