Crime Witness Support

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    Taxonomy Code: FN-2100

    Programs that provide a variety of supportive services for people who have witnessed a crime which may include crisis counseling, shelter away from their homes, escort services, transportation, child care, financial assistance, protective services, information about the mechanics of court proceedings and/or advice and guidance concerning court appearances. Some programs focus specifically on child witnesses and help to prepare them for what they will experience in the courtroom.

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    Children, Youth and Families Support - Center for Trauma & ResilienceThe 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 CountyCenter for Trauma & ResilienceCenter for Trauma & Resilience
    Victim and Witness Advocate Services (Arapahoe County) - 18th Judicial District AttorneyAssists 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 County18th Judicial District Attorney's Office18th Judicial District Attorney's Office
    Victim and Witness Advocate Services (Douglas County) - 18th Judicial District AttorneyAssists 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 County18th Judicial District Attorney's Office18th Judicial District Attorney's Office
    Victim and Witness Advocate Services (Elbert County) - 18th Judicial District AttorneyAssists 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 County18th Judicial District Attorney's Office18th Judicial District Attorney's Office

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