|Crisis Intervention and Safe House - Estes Valley Crisis Advocates||Provides 24-hour crisis intervention to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, other crimes and trauma. Advocacy, counseling and referrals given for the appropriate community resources.
Also provides an emergency Safe House for victims of domestic violence (men, women, families with children).||Larimer County||Estes Valley Crisis Advocates||Estes Valley Crisis Advocates|
|Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Shelter and Services - San Miguel Resource Center||Provides survivors of emotional, physical, or sexual abuse services and supports to help them in their time of need.
- Crisis Hotline (Telluride, Norwood, Nucla/Naturita)
- Emergency Shelter
- Emergency Financial assistance
- Personal Advocacy
- Legal Advocacy and forms
- Assistance with Victim Compensation Application
- Short-term Counseling Services and Support Groups
- Translation and Interpretation Services
- Referrals and Information on other Community Resources
||San Miguel County||300 S PINE ST||San Miguel Resource Center|
|Domestic Violence Emergency Shelter - Crossroads Safehouse||Provides emergency shelter to single individuals or individuals with children in immediate danger, fleeing from a domestic violence relationship.||Larimer County||Crossroads Safehouse||Crossroads Safehouse|
|Domestic Violence Safehouse - Rangely Victim Services||Offers counseling and help finding safe shelter for 48 hours.||Rio Blanco County||Rangely Victim Services||Rangely Victim Services|
|Domestic Violence Services - Project Hope of Gunnison Valley||Provides support, education and confidential advocacy to individuals affected by relationship violence, child abuse and/or sexual assault.
- Crisis Intervention and Safety Planning
- Court Advocacy
- Address Confidentiality Program
- 24/7 Crisis Line
- Safe Shelter
- Clothing/Personal Items
- Transportation out of town
Assistance with utilizing Community Resources
- Legal Aid
- Crime Victims Compensation
- Counseling (up to 6 sessions)
- Peer Support Groups
- Community Outreach and Education
- All of our services are CONFIDENTIAL
- All services provided are available at NO COST to individuals in Gunnison and Hinsdale Counties
- Individuals DO NOT have to be a resident of either county to receive services
- We DO NOT require proof of citizenship
- Individuals are NOT REQUIRED to report the crime to law enforcement to receive services
||Gunnison County||No Physical Address||Project Hope of Gunnison Valley|
|Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Safe House & Crisis Line (Colorado Springs) - TESSA||Provides emergency shelter, food, case management, counseling, and support to female survivors of domestic violence/sexual assault and their children. May also be able to provide local hotel assistance to male survivors and their children on a case by case basis.
||El Paso County||Colorado Springs - TESSA||TESSA|
|Domestic Violence /Sexual Assault Safe House & Crisis Line - Mountain Peace Shelter||Provides emergency shelter, food, case management, counseling, and support to female survivors of domestic violence/sexual assault and their children and a Safe Pets program to help kennel pets while in program. May also be able to provide local hotel assistance to male victims and their children on a case by case basis. This office serves Park County and Jefferson County, but will take residents from other areas.||Park County||Mountain Peace Shelter||Mountain Peace Shelter|
|Domestic Violence /Sexual Assault Safe House & Crisis Line - Professional Therapies & Eastern Plains Safe Shelter||Provides safe housing for survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault. The safe house program serves the entire state of Colorado.||Lincoln County||Professional Therapies & Eastern Plains Safe Shelter||Professional Therapies & Eastern Plains Safe Shelter|
|Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Safe House & Crisis Line - Tu Casa||Provides emergency shelter, food, case management, counseling, and support to female survivors of domestic violence/sexual assault and their children. This program is also able to assist survivors of elder abuse, human trafficking, child abuse, and hate crimes.||Alamosa County||Tu Casa||Tu Casa|
|Domestic Violence /Sexual Assault Safe House (Salida) - Alliance Against Domestic Abuse||Provides emergency shelter, food, case management, counseling, and support to female survivors of domestic violence/sexual assault and their children. May also be able to provide local hotel assistance to male victims and their children on a case by case basis.||Chaffee County||Salida - Alliance Against Domestic Abuse||Alliance Against Domestic Abuse|
|Domestic Violence / Sexual Assault Shelter - Bright Future Foundation||Provides a safe-house (domestic violence / sexual assault shelter) to victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault and their children. Residents are provided with support services to help them with establishing a violence free lifestyle.
Some of the available services include:
- Case management
We are able to assist clients in creating a Safety Plan and can also assist them with understanding their rights as victims as described in the Victims Rights Act.
When men (and families including male children over the age of 16) are in need of safe shelter after domestic violence and sexual assault, we have other resources available to meet their shelter needs.
||Eagle County||1060 W BEAVER CREEK BLVD||Bright Future Foundation|
|Domestic Violence Shelter - Alternatives to Violence||Provides a 24/7 shelter for any victim of domestic violence, sexual assault, or human trafficking and their children for up to 6 weeks, along with crisis intervention, advocacy, and case management.||Larimer County||Alternatives to Violence||Alternatives to Violence|
|Domestic Violence Shelter for Single Adults and Families - Crisis Center||Provides a hotline and emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence and their families. Persons in the 18th Judicial District will be accommodated for three weeks and individuals outside of this area, but who present with high lethality, will be accommodated for up to two weeks.||Douglas County||Crisis Center||Crisis Center|
|Domestic Violence Shelter for Single Men, Single Women, and Families - SafeHouse Denver||Provides shelter and services to single women, single men, and transgender individuals, with or without children (under 18) who are in danger, or are victims of domestic violence. The initial shelter stay is 30 - 65 days, followed by a re-evaluation. If determined during re-evaluation that more support is needed, an extended stay is available for an additional 30 - 90 days for current shelter residents only. Support services include:
- Short-term counseling
- Domestic violence information and education
- Case management
- Support groups
- Resources and referrals
- Specialized services for children and families||Denver County||SafeHouse Denver||SafeHouse Denver|
|Domestic Violence Shelter for Single Women and Women with Children - Advocates Crisis Support Services||Provides a safe shelter for single women and women with children up to age 18 who are victims of domestic abuse or sexual assault. Women can stay in the shelter for up to 45 days. Support services are also provided to clients who stay in the shelter.||Moffat County||Advocates Crisis Support Services||Advocates Crisis Support Services|
|Domestic Violence Shelter for Single Women, Single Men and Families - Family Tree||Provides emergency shelter and support services for abused women, men and transgender individuals, with or without children. Services for shelter residents include:
- 24-hour crisis line
- Case management
- On-site health clinic
- Legal advocacy
- Parenting support
- Safety planning
- Transportation assistance
- Referrals to housing and community resources||Jefferson County||Main Office - Family Tree||Family Tree|
|Domestic Violence Shelter (Gender Inclusive Emergency Shelter) - Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN)||Provides temporary housing, counseling, education, advocacy, and support services for adult survivors of domestic violence and their children who are not able to safely remain at home or in the community. Also offers individual and group counseling and a 24/7 crisis line. Can stay at the shelter for up to six weeks.||Boulder County||Gender Inclusive Emergency Shelter - Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN)||Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN)|
|Domestic Violence Shelter - Renew Inc.||Provides temporary, confidential shelter for adults and children who are survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault.
- Crisis intervention
- Medical and legal referrals
- Domestic violence and sexual assault counseling.
Residents will go through task oriented counseling in regards to stable living, jobs, education, and life skills.||Montezuma County||Confidential||Renew Inc.|
|Domestic Violence Shelter, Southwest Safehouse - Volunteers of America||Emergency shelter for adults and children who are victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault and other violent crimes.
In addition to emergency shelter, Southwest Safehouse also provides other basic needs and services.
- Shower and laundry facilities
- Clothing such as shirts, socks, pants and shoes
- Personal hygiene supplies
- Specialized children's services
- Life skills training
- Employment services
- Parenting education
Southwest Safehouse may also refer guests to other resources in the community to help them with other various needs.
Initial stays can be for up to 6 weeks. Those who wish to stay longer will need to speak to the agency for different options.||La Plata County||1055 Avenida Del Sol||Volunteers of America|
|Domestic Violence Shelter - YWCA of Pueblo||The Family Crisis Shelter provides shelter for women and their children experiencing domestic violence and homelessness. Also provides a 24 hour crisis hotline.||Pueblo County||Family Crisis Shelter||YWCA of Pueblo|
|Domestic Violence Support / Help for Abused Partners||Provides a 24-hour hotline, counseling, emergency shelter, and additional services the family may need to reach self-sufficiency.||Logan County||Help for Abused Partners||Help for Abused Partners|
|Domestic Violence Support / S.H.A.R.E., Inc.||Provides bilingual support for victims of domestic violence and their children||Morgan County||S.H.A.R.E., Inc.||S.H.A.R.E., Inc. |
|Emergency Safe Shelter for Families - Arising Hope||Offers safe emergency housing for women and their children (under 18) who are experiencing domestic violence. Shelter can be provided for up to 90 days. The shelter provides the following:
- Personal hygiene items
- Basic medical items
- Other specialty items as necessary, free of charge||Adams County||Arising Hope||Arising Hope|
|Extended Stay Domestic Violence Shelter for Single Women and Families - Gateway Domestic Violence Services||Provides an extended stay residential program at a confidential location for women, with or without children, who are victims of domestic violence. The shelter has a 14-bed capacity and allows a maximum stay of 90 days. Each woman is provided with:
- a primary caseworker with regular meetings
- safety planning
- resource development
- emotional support||Arapahoe County||Gateway Domestic Violence Services||Gateway Domestic Violence Services|
|Outreach Program/Westcliffe||Providing individual advocacy for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. Meetings are once a week, on Fridays from 10am-1pm at the Hanssen Haus in Westcliffe. This program serves Fremont and Custer county.
If you have been assaulted, please know that whatever you did to survive the assault was the right action. No matter what the circumstances, no one deserves to be victimized. It was NOT your fault.||Custer County||Outreach Program/Westcliffe||Family Crisis Services, Inc.|
|Residential Shelter - Advocates Building Peaceful Communities||Provides residential shelter up to six weeks for single women and women with their children who are victims of domestic violence or sexual abuse.
Shelter will be provided for male victims in a condo or motel.||Routt County||Advocates Building Peaceful Communities||Advocates Building Peaceful Communities|
|RESPONSE: Help for survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault||RESPONSE provides free and confidential advocacy and support to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.
- 24 hour hotline
- Court Advocacy
- Community Outreach
- Short-term emergency shelter
- Safety planning
- Support groups||Pitkin County||405 Castle Creek Road||RESPONSE: Help for Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault|
|Services / A Woman's Place||We offer a variety of free and confidential services including safety planning, individual and group counseling, legal advocacy, children's advocacy and more to women, men, transgender, nongender conforming people and families who have experienced domestic abuse||Weld County||A Woman's Place||A Woman's Place|
|Short-Term Domestic Violence Shelter for Single Women and Families - Gateway Domestic Violence Services||Offers emergency housing to women, with or without children, who are victims of domestic violence. The short-term facility can house up to 24. Residents can stay up to a maximum of 30 days. Each woman is assigned a primary caseworker who meets with her on an ongoing basis throughout her stay, and assists her with goal setting, safety planning, advocacy, and resource development.||Arapahoe County||Gateway Domestic Violence Services||Gateway Domestic Violence Services|
|Supportive Services for Victims of Domestic Violence - Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley||Offers emergency safe shelter for men, women, persons from the LGBTQ communities, and their children (ages 0-17), who are in imminent danger. Individuals may reside at the shelter for six weeks, with stays extended on a case-by-case basis. Also provides the following supportive services:
- Food, clothing, and other basic needs
- Domestic violence education
- Information about legal rights
- Referrals to community resources
- Individual and group counseling
- Case management
- Safety planning
- A 24 hour/7 day a week crisis line
- Support groups for survivors of domestic violence
- Financial Guidance
- Legal Advocacy, which provides assistance with temporary and permanent restraining orders and support at court proceedings
- Child and Youth services||Boulder County||Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley||Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley|
|Victim Advocacy - Advocates for Victims of Assault||Provides 24-hour crisis intervention for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and trauma. Services include the following:
- Crisis line available 24 hours/7 days a week
- Emergency shelter for women, children, and men
- Legal advocacy
- Information and referral to community agencies
On-call advocates are available in person and over the phone 24 hours/7 days a week, 365 days a year.||Summit County||Advocates for Victims of Assault||Advocates for Victims of Assault|
|Victim Advocacy Services - Advocates Victim Assistance Team||Provides the following to individuals who have been victims of crime:
- Safe housing
- Court advocacy
- Crisis intervention
- Legal assistance
- Relocation assistance
- Safety planning
- Referrals and information
- Community outreach and education||Grand County||Advocates Victim Assistance Team||Advocates Victim Assistance Team|
|Youth Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Shelter, Zoe House - The House||Shelter and transitional housing for youth survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking.
Serves 18-24 year old and their dependents who are homeless or about to become homeless.
Youth that meet the eligibility criteria can remain in the program 6-24 months.
Supportive services are voluntary, free and based on a trauma-informed model of care.||Mesa County||Confidential||The House|