|Asian Pacific Services - Asian Pacific Development Center, Colorado Springs||Interpreting / translation services
Mental health services (out-patient)
Assistance / advocacy for victims||El Paso County||Target Populations - Asian Pacific Development Center||Asian Pacific Development Center, Colorado Springs|
|Asian Victim Advocacy (Alton Street) - Asian Pacific Development Center||Offers the following free assistance to individuals who are victims of crime:
- Crisis counseling
- Criminal justice support
- Emergency legal advocacy
- Case management
- Assistance filing out a police report and victims compensation forms
- Personal advocacy||Adams County||Alton Street - Asian Pacific Development Center||Asian Pacific Development Center|
|Child Advocacy and Abuse Services - SungateKids||Provides a number of services for children who have experienced abuse, including:
- initial crisis intervention and ongoing support
- community resource referrals
- victims’ rights information
- assistance with victims’ compensation applications
- support groups
- forensic interviewing services||Arapahoe County||SungateKids||SungateKids|
|Children, Youth and Families Support - Center for Trauma & Resilience||The Children, Youth, and Families Program addresses immediate and multifaceted needs of child or youth ages 6-17 and their families who are victims or witnesses of a crime. Provides crisis intervention, advocacy, emotional support, counseling, financial assistance and case management services. Programs include:
- BROTHERS (Brothers Reaching Out Toward Healing, Exploration, and Respect of Self), an eight-week support group for boys and young men ages 6-17.
- Girls’ Group, a six- to eight-week support group for girls and young women, ages 6-17, who have witnessed or experienced violence.
||Denver County||Center for Trauma & Resilience||Center for Trauma & Resilience|
|Colorado Springs Police Department (CSPD) Victim Advocacy Unit and Senior Victim Assistance Team - City of Colorado Springs||The ongoing mission of the Victim Advocacy Unit is to minimize the impact of violent crimes to victims and to assist in restoring their quality of life. The Victim Advocacy Unit is an integral part of the department’s investigative response to crimes covered by the Victim Rights Act. We are staffed by three full-time advocates and approximately 30 highly trained volunteers. The Victims Advocacy staff provide services that include:
Personal victim advocacy
Assist and support human trafficking victims
Victim Rights Act information
Crisis intervention and follow-up support for victims
Assistance with the application for victims' compensation benefits
Liaison with the District Attorney's Office Crime Victim Compensation Program
Referrals to other community agencies and resources that assist victims
Court support through the criminal justice process (Court support must be requested by the victim.)
The VAU has a bilingual Victim Advocate who can provide services to Spanish-speaking victims.
When seniors are victims of crime, neglect, abuse and fraud, the Senior Victim Assistance Team (SVAT) team steps in to help. Staffed by a dedicated group of highly trained volunteers, we provide the following services:
Immediate crisis intervention and follow-up support for adults 60 years of age or older or to at-risk adults 18 years of age or older.
Referrals to appropriate legal, health and human services agencies.
Help in completing traffic accident reports and insurance forms.
Help in finding emergency food, shelter and medical assistance.
Assistance in the replacement of identification and credit cards, food stamps, Social Security checks, hearing aids, eyeglasses, canes, locks and broken windows.
Information and consultation about crime prevention.
An ear to listen.||El Paso County||Colorado Springs Police Department (CSPD) - City of Colorado Springs||City of Colorado Springs|
|Crime Victim Compensation Program, 9th Judicial District - District Attorney's Office, 9th Judicial District||Victim Compensation can cover medical bills, funeral and burial expenses, lost wages, replacement or repair of doors, locks and windows, and other costs associated with being victimized in a personal injury crime. Maximum award is $20,000 per person with maximums on individual categories. All cases must be reviewed by board members before being approved.||Garfield County||District Attorney's Office, 9th Judicial District - District Attorney's Office, 9th Judicial District||9th Judicial District|
|Domestic / Sexual abuse (SLV) - Tu Casa, Inc.||Assistance for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in the SLV.
||Alamosa County||Criminal Justice & Legal (SLV) - Tu Casa, Inc.||Tu Casa, Inc. (SLV)|
|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.|
|Senior Support - Center for Trauma & Resilience||The Elder Program provides crisis intervention, trauma recovery and other care management services to older adults who are victims of abuse, neglect or exploitation, including physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect by caregivers and financial abuse.
- 24-hour hotline (English and Spanish)
- Crisis counseling
- Emergency financial assistance
- Care management
- Senior companion accompaniment and transportation services
- Individual and group counseling
- Information and referrals
- Educational workshops
- Kinship support group (Words of Wisdom)
- Crime and injury prevention (Personalized Crime Prevention Plan), including home, neighborhood, and risk assessments (e.g., fraudulent mail offers and telephone solicitors)
||Denver County||Center for Trauma & Resilience||Center for Trauma & Resilience|
|Victim Advocacy - Adams County Sheriff's Office||A volunteer based program serving unincorporated Adams County, designed to provide crisis intervention, notification of victims’ rights, and domestic violence resources to victims of crime. Victim Advocates are available 24 hours a day/7 days a week to respond within one hour at a designated location.||Adams County||Victim Advocacy- Adams County Sheriff's Office||Adams County Sheriff's Office|
|Victim Advocate Program - Sheriff's Office - Logan County||Provides on-scene and direct services to crime victims in Logan County, including assuring that rights of victims and witnesses within the criminal justice system are preserved and that individuals receive the following assistance, as needed:
- Protection order assistance
- Information and referral
- Child care assistance
- Personal and courtroom advocacy
- Victims rights and victims compensation||Logan County||Sheriff's Office - Logan County||Sheriff's Office - Logan County|
|Victim and Witness Advocate Services (Arapahoe County) - 18th Judicial District Attorney||Assists victims, witnesses, and their families with understanding the criminal justice system, form completion, upcoming court dates, and referrals to a safe house or counseling, as needed.||Arapahoe County||18th Judicial District Attorney's Office||18th Judicial District Attorney's Office|
|Victim and Witness Advocate Services (Douglas County) - 18th Judicial District Attorney||Assists victims, witnesses, and their families with understanding the criminal justice system, form completion, upcoming court dates, and referrals to a safe house or counseling, as needed.||Douglas County||18th Judicial District Attorney's Office||18th Judicial District Attorney's Office|
|Victim and Witness Advocate Services (Elbert County) - 18th Judicial District Attorney||Assists victims, witnesses, and their families with understanding the criminal justice system, form completion, upcoming court dates, and referrals to a safe house or counseling, as needed.||Elbert County||18th Judicial District Attorney's Office||18th Judicial District Attorney's Office|
|Victim and Witness Advocate Services (Lincoln County) - 18th Judicial District Attorney's Office||Assists victims, witnesses, and their families with understanding the criminal justice system, form completion, upcoming court dates, and referrals to a safe house or counseling, as needed.||Lincoln County||18th Judicial District Attorney's Office||18th Judicial District Attorney's Office|
|Victim Assistance - 19th Judicial District / Weld County||The Victim Assistance Coordinator provides referrals and general assistance for victims, as well as victim assistance services when an offender is placed on probation.||Weld County||Weld County Probation Programs||19th Judicial District / Weld County|
|Victim Assistance (445 S Allison Pkwy) - City of Lakewood||Aids persons who suffer physical, emotional or financial loss resulting from a criminal incident. Staff and volunteers respond to victims and family survivors of violent crime or sudden death, while other cases are followed up with a phone call, letter or a personal visit. Members of the unit also help victims apply for Crime Victim Compensation and provide referrals for any long-term support they might need.||Jefferson County||445 S Allison Pkwy - City of Lakewood||City of Lakewood|
|Victim Assistance (9551 Civic Center Dr) - City of Thornton||Provides crisis intervention and support to address emergency needs, referrals to resources, information on the Criminal Justice System, and case status updates for victims of crime in the City of Thornton. Also provides limited hygiene items, clothing, and blankets for victims.||Adams County||9551 Civic Center Dr - City of Thornton||City of Thornton|
|Victim Assistance - ACOVA (A Community Organization for Victim Assistance)||A law enforcement-based service that provides on-scene assistance for victims. Provides crisis intervention, emotional support, information on the judicial system, information on resources in the community, and follow-up if necessary.||Pueblo County||ACOVA||ACOVA (A Community Organization for Victim Assistance)|
|Victim Assistance and Law Enforcement - Integrated Family Community Services||Provides short and long-term case management, advocacy and referrals to victims of crimes committed in the 18th Judicial District. By appointment only.||Arapahoe County||Integrated Family Community Services||Integrated Family Community Services|
|Victim Assistance and Support Groups - Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)||Provides free victim services such as literature, help obtaining and completing Crime Victims Compensation application and Victim Statements, referral to counseling and attorneys, assistance obtaining records and reports, and accompaniment to court dates. Also offers support groups to victims of drunk and/or drugged driving, including the families of persons injured or killed in drunk and/or drugged driving crashes.||Denver County||Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)||Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)|
|Victim Assistance - Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office||Emotional support and assistance are offered to victims of crime in Arapahoe County. Provides crisis intervention, education about victim's rights, and information and referrals to community resources and counseling programs.||Arapahoe County||Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office||Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office|
|Victim Assistance - Aurora Police Department||Provides emotional support and assistance to victims of felony crimes in Aurora. Offers counseling, information and referral to community resources, and education of victim's rights.||Arapahoe County||Aurora Police Department||Aurora Police Department|
|Victim Assistance - Canon City Police Department||Provides victims/survivors of violent crime and other traumatic incidents with advocacy, crisis intervention, resource referrals, and victim rights information 24 hours/7 days a week. The unit is a law enforcement-based program consisting of one coordinator and 15 volunteers.||Fremont County||Victim Assistance||Canon City Police Dept. Victim Assistance Unit|
|Victim Assistance - Center for Trauma & Resilience||Offers support services to victims of crime in Denver County including:
- 24 hour/7 days a week crisis hotline and intervention
- information and referrals
- financial assistance
- short-term counseling
- case management services
- limited funds for rent, transportation, window or door repair, lock repair, relocation services, burial expenses, or crime scene clean-up||Denver County||Center for Trauma & Resilience||Center for Trauma & Resilience|
|Victim Assistance (Chaffee) - PP Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)||Volunteers provide information to victims of drunk driving crashes, informing them of their rights and accompanying them to court hearings and trials as needed.||Chaffee County||Criminal Justice & Legal (Chaffee) - PP Mothers Against Drunk Driving||PP Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)|
|Victim Assistance - City of Arvada||Victim Outreach Inc. provides support and assistance 24 hours/7 days a week to victims of crime in Arvada, Wheat Ridge, Golden, Edgewater, Mountain View, Lakeside, Colorado School of Mines, and Morrison. Services include:
- On-scene crisis work
- Outreach to non-crisis victims
- Crisis intervention
- Information and referrals to community resources
- Protection and education of victims' rights
||Jefferson County||City of Arvada||City of Arvada|
|Victim Assistance - City of Littleton Police Department||Offers assistance to victims of crime, including victims of domestic violence and elder abuse, including crisis intervention, counseling, and information about the criminal justice system. Provides referrals to other community agencies for individual and family counseling.||Arapahoe County||City of Littleton Police Department||City of Littleton Police Department|
|Victim Assistance - City of Northglenn||Provides crisis intervention and support to address emergency needs, referrals to resources, information on the Criminal Justice System, and case status updates for victims of crime in the City of Northglenn. Also provides limited hygiene items, clothing, and blankets for victims.||Adams County||City of Northglenn||City of Northglenn|
|Victim Assistance - City of Sheridan Police Department||Provides general law enforcement and on-call, 24-hour crisis intervention for victims of crimes occurring in the City of Sheridan. Offers immediate access and referrals to needed support services and assistance through the judicial process. Does not offer assistance with property crimes (i.e., crimes against persons only).||Arapahoe County||City of Sheridan Police Department||City of Sheridan Police Department|
|Victim Assistance - Clear Creek County Sheriff's Office||Clear Creek County Advocates is a nonprofit organization for victims of all violent crimes, especially women, men, and children who are victims of domestic violence and want to end the abuse in their homes and in their relationships.||Clear Creek County||Clear Creek County Sheriff's Office||Clear Creek County Sheriff's Office|
|Victim Assistance - Denver Police Department||Provides immediate on-scene support, information, referrals and other forms of assistance to victims of crime and witnesses or their families.||Denver County||Denver Police Department||Denver Police Department|
|Victim Assistance - Elbert County Sheriff's Office||Assists individuals and their families who have been victims of crime. Advocates are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to assist with:
- crisis intervention
- criminal justice system support and advocacy
- information/referral to community resources
- education on the dynamics of victimization and trauma||Elbert County||Elbert County Sheriff's Office||Elbert County Sheriff's Office|
|Victim Assistance (Park ) - PP Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)||Volunteers provide information to victims of drunk driving crashes, informing them of their rights and accompanying them to court hearings and trials as needed.||Park County||Organizational / Community / International (Park) - PP Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)||PP Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)|
|Victim Assistance - PP Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)||Volunteers provide information to victims of drunk driving crashes, informing them of their rights and accompanying them to court hearings and trials as needed.||El Paso County||Organizational / Community / International - PP Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)||PP Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)|
|Victim Assistance Program - El Paso County||The Victim Assistance Program is a Unit within the Investigations Division of the El Paso County Sheriff's Office. The Unit responds to victims of violent crime and/or their families, victims in crisis, and family survivors in cases of violent and sudden death. Victim Advocates provide 24 hour on-call assistance, are non-sworn, civilian employees and volunteers of the El Paso County Sheriff's Office who are available 365 days a year. These advocates provide outreach and assess the needs of victims, provide information and referrals about resources in the community, victim compensation benefits, and education and awareness of victims’ rights. Advocates work in cooperation with other community service provider agencies.||El Paso County||Sheriff - El Paso County||El Paso County|
|Victim Assistance Program - Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office||Offers assistance to victims of crime in Sedgwick County.||Sedgwick County||Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office||Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office|
|Victim Assistance (South Elati Street) - Englewood Police Department||Support and assistance are offered to victims of crime in Englewood. Services include on-scene crisis work, outreach to persons in distress from non-crime related events, counseling, information and referral to community resources, and protection and education of victim's rights.||Arapahoe County||South Elati Street - City of Englewood||City of Englewood|
|Victim Assistance (Teller) - PP Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)||Volunteers provide information to victims of drunk driving crashes, informing them of their rights and accompanying them to court hearings and trials as needed.||Teller County||Organizational / Community / International (Teller) - PP Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)||PP Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)|
|Victim Assistance - Town of Silverthorne||Provides a support system for victims of criminal or traumatic incidents.||Summit County||Town of Silverthorne||Town of Silverthorne|
|Victim Assistance Unit - Kit Carson County Sheriff''s Department||A law enforcement-based victim advocacy program that supports crime victims of Kit Carson County through personal advocacy, direct services, and referrals.
||Kit Carson County||Kit Carson County Sheriff's Department||Kit Carson County Sheriff''s Department|
|Victim Assistance - Victim Outreach Incorporated||Advocates for victims and witnesses of crime providing services such as:
- Crisis intervention
- On-the-scene response
- Referrals to community resources
- Child and elder abuse advocacy
- Compensation application assistance
- Support through the criminal justice process
- Domestic violence advocacy
- Emotional support
- Assistance filing a police report
||Jefferson County||Victim Outreach Incorporated||Victim Outreach Incorporated|
|Victim Assistance - Washington County Sheriff's Office||Provides 24 hour, on-call advocacy to crime victims and in cases of suicide, including:
- On-scene crisis intervention
- Assistance in filling out victim compensation
- Safety plans
- Referrals to counseling and other resources
- Assistance in filing civil protection orders
- Assistance with death notifications
||Washington County||Washington County Sheriff's Office||Washington County Sheriff's Office|
|Victim-Offender Mediation - Center for Restorative programs||Referral inquiries directly from schools, community agencies and affected families.
The focus is on youthful offenders up to age 24. Assist willing victims and offenders in the process of making things as right as possible between them.||Alamosa County||Criminal Justice & Legal (SLV) - Center for Restorative programs||Center for Restorative programs|
|Victims' Assistance-Grand Junction Police Department||The Victim Services unit of the Grand Junction Police Department address the personal needs of victims of crime and other traumatic incidents.
We assist with application for victim compensation benefits, which might include coverage of medical and counseling fees.
Victim advocacy is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.||Mesa County||Grand Junction City Offices||City of Grand Junction|
|Victim Services - City of Commerce City||Provides information, support and referrals to crime victim and their families.||Adams County||City of Commerce City||City of Commerce City|
|Victim Services - City of Federal Heights||Provides crisis intervention, emotional support and referrals to emergency resources. Also offers information about victims' rights, information about applicable criminal cases, the criminal justice process, and victim compensation procedures.
||Adams County||City of Federal Heights||City of Federal Heights|
|Victim Services - Denver Indian Health and Family Services (DIHFS)||Victim Services address the physical, emotional, financial, and psychological needs of the American Indian adult and child victim/survivor of crime. These services include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Case Management
- Emergency Shelter
Victim Services are funded through the Victims Of Crime Act (VOCA).
||Denver County||Denver Indian Health and Family Services (DIHFS)||Denver Indian Health and Family Services (DIHFS)|
|Victim Services (E Bromley Ln) - City of Brighton||Provides information, support and referrals to crime victim and their families.||Adams County||E Bromley Ln - City of Brighton||City of Brighton|
|Victim Services - Jefferson County Sheriff's Office||Provides the following assistance to victims of crime in Jefferson County:
- On-scene crisis work
- Outreach to non-crisis victims
- Information and referral to community resources
- Protection of and education on victim's rights||Jefferson County||Jefferson County Sheriff's Office||Jefferson County Sheriff's Office|
|Victim Services - Parker Police Department||Provides direct services to victims, their families or designees. Services include but are not limited to:
- Crisis intervention
- Follow-up contact
- Criminal justice support and advocacy
- Information and referrals for support services
- Individual advocacy
- Victims' rights information||Douglas County||Parker Police Department||Parker Police Department|
|Victim Services (Yates Street) - City of Westminster||Offers support and information to victims of crime in the City of Westminster, including the following:
- crisis intervention and emotional support
- referrals to emergency resources
- information about victim rights and the criminal justice process
- assistance with Victim Compensation forms
- assistance applying for address confidentiality||Adams County||Yates Street - City of Westminster||City of Westminster|
|Victim Support - Blue Bench||Provides advocacy, counseling and support for victims of sexual assault, including the following:
- On-scene crisis response
- Crisis intervention, assistance with completing victim compensation forms, and assistance with finding resources (i.e., food, clothing, shelter, changing of locks, etc.)
- Support groups and family workshops
- Individual, long-term, trauma-focused therapy for sexual assault survivors over the age of 13||Denver County||Blue Bench||Blue Bench|
|Victim Witness - 4th Judicial District Attorney||The Victim Witness Unit was established to assist victims of crime set through the ordeal of being a crime victim by providing information on the criminal justice system, victim compensation and provide referrals to community agencies and organizations.
Victim Advocates provide information on the criminal justice system, court case updates and referrals to community support organizations. They may also accompany victims to court and provide emotional support. If you need assistance from a victim advocate please call (719) 520-6036.||El Paso County||4th Judicial District Attorney (Colorado Springs) - 4th Judicial District||4th Judicial District|
|Victim/Witness Assistance (Boulder) - Boulder District Attorney||Ensures that victims of crime are treated with fairness, respect, and dignity; by providing comprehensive assistance and services throughout the criminal justice process in an effort to lessen the impact of crime and support the prosecution in successfully seeking justice in criminal cases.
||Boulder County||Boulder - Boulder District Attorney||Boulder District Attorney|
|Victim/Witness Assistance (Longmont) - Boulder District Attorney||Ensures that victims of crime are treated with fairness, respect, and dignity, by providing comprehensive assistance and services throughout the criminal justice process in an effort to lessen the impact of crime and support the prosecution in successfully seeking justice in criminal cases.||Boulder County||Longmont - Boulder District Attorney||Boulder District Attorney|
|Western Slope Center for Children||The Western Slope Center for Children (WSCC) offers services for victims of child abuse and their families.
Referrals are required from Law Enforcement or Social Services for interviewing of a child suspected of abuse.
Abuse may be physical, sexual, psychological, and emotional or neglect. If abuse is suspected call local law enforcement or call the child abuse hotline at 970-242-1211 or 1-844-CO-4-KIDS (1-844-264-5437)
Educational and supportive services are available to the community, and victims or families of victims.
Those services can include:
- Active Parenting of Teens
- Teens in Action
- Online Safety Information for Parents and Kids at www.netsmartz.org/Parents
- Online Resource link on the WSCC website
- Mandatory Reporting available through a class or online at www.coloradocwts.com/mandated-reporter-training at no cost.
- Online Training through National Children’s Advocacy Center (NCAC) at www.nationalcac.org
||Mesa County||Western Slope Center for Children||Western Slope Center for Children|