Domestic Violence Support Groups

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    Mutual support groups whose members are individuals who have been involved in physical or emotional abuse involving a spouse or other partner. The groups meet in-person, by telephone or via the Internet; provide emotional support, information and resources for those who participate; and may be structured for victims of domestic violence or those responsible for battering them.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Advocate Safehouse ProjectSupport survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence. Emergency housing, counseling, support groups, case management, 24 hour helpline. Garfield CountyAdvocate Safehouse ProjectAdvocate Safehouse Project
    Advocate Safehouse ProjectSupport survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence. Emergency housing, counseling, support groups, case management, 24 hour helpline. Pitkin CountyAdvocate Safehouse ProjectAdvocate Safehouse Project
    Community Education & Prevention - Alternative HorizonsAlternative Horizons facilitates general educational presentations within the community, with specific prevention curriculum to Middle School through College aged youth. Alternative Horizons also provides Workplace Violence Presentations to employers as well as bilingual and bicultural educational workshops as well. Contact the agency to find out more about presentations and workshops available at local schools and businesses.La Plata CountyAlternative HorizonsAlternative Horizons
    Counseling Program (Colorado Springs) - TESSAStaff therapists provide therapeutic services to adult Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault victims. These include: Individidual Psycho-Therapy Psycho-Educational Support Groups for DV Survivors Therapeutic Support Groups for DVSA Survivors These services encourage participants to work on self-esteem, provide education about healthy vs. unhealthy relationships, and assist in goal setting and problem solving.El Paso CountyColorado Springs - TESSATESSA
    Domestic Violence Outreach (Main Office) - Family TreeProvides short-term support, safety planning, and referrals for victims of domestic violence. Support groups with an educational approach toward healing are also available. The program also provides community education workshops to increase awareness of domestic violence for both adults and youth.Jefferson CountyMain Office - Family TreeFamily Tree
    Domestic Violence /Sexual Assault Services (Salida) - Alliance Against Domestic AbuseAADA provides emergency shelter, 24-hour crisis intervention, financial assistance, peer and support group, court advocacy, assistance with restraining orders and divorce papers, children’s services, information and referrals to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as community education and prevention efforts. All services provided by AADA are confidential and free of charge to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Call (719) 539-7347 for more information.Chaffee CountySalida - The Alliance Against Domestic AbuseThe Alliance Against Domestic Abuse
    Domestic Violence (SLV) - San Luis Valley Community Mental Health Centerprovide a coordinated network of services to address problems resulting from domestic violence throughout the San Luis Valley. Domestic Violence services through the SLV Mental Health include services to victims and offenders. Advocacy, Individual and group support services for victims Education programs in schools around the valley Community Education Information / Referrals Alternative to Violence program - a 36-week certified, domestic violence treatment program which teaches anger management, positive communication skills and alternatives to violence Alamosa CountyTarget Populations (SLV) - San Luis Valley Community Mental Health CenterSan Luis Valley Community Mental Health Center
    Domestic Violence Support Group - Alternatives to ViolenceProvides advocacy and support in a group setting to adults impacted by domestic violence.Larimer CountyAlternatives to ViolenceAlternatives to Violence
    Domestic Violence Support Groups - Alternative HorizonsAlternative Horizons offers free support groups that help encourage, educate and empower victims of domestic violence and their children. Support/therapy group services does include children and teens who may also be victims of domestic violence themselves or who have witnessed or experienced family violence. Group meetings are exclusively for females, however one-on-one support for males may also be made available if needed. Support group meetings are available in English and Spanish upon request.La Plata CountyAlternative HorizonsAlternative Horizons
    Domestic Violence Support - S.H.A.R.E., Inc.Provides bilingual support for victims of domestic violence and their childrenMorgan CountyS.H.A.R.E., Inc.S.H.A.R.E., Inc.
    English Outreach Program - Crossroads SafehouseProvides individual advocacy for adult victims of domestic violence and facilitates a weekly support group.Larimer CountyCrossroads SafehouseCrossroads Safehouse
    Sí, Puedo! - Centro de la Familia¡Sí, Puedo! (Yes, I Can!) Provides an array of services to Hispanic women and their children who are victims of domestic violence, support group, crisis intervention, personal/legal advocacy, a 24-hour emergency hotline and individual counseling. El Paso CountyCentro de la FamiliaCentro de la Familia
    Spanish Outreach Program - Crossroads SafehouseProvides individual advocacy for Spanish-speaking adult victims of domestic violence, facilitates a weekly support group at La Familia, and provides advocacy services at the Workforce Center and the Northside Aztlan Center by appointment.Larimer CountyCrossroads SafehouseCrossroads Safehouse
    Support Group - Advocates Building Peaceful CommunitiesOffers a weekly support group for women who are victims of domestic violence.Routt CountyAdvocates Building Peaceful CommunitiesAdvocates Building Peaceful Communities
    Support Groups - Crisis CenterOffers various support groups for adults who have been or are being verbally, sexually, emotionally, or physically abused. Provided at locations in Douglas and Elbert County.Douglas CountyCrisis CenterCrisis Center
    Supportive Services for Victims of Domestic Violence - Safe Shelter of St. Vrain ValleyOffers 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 - Advocacy - 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 servicesBoulder CountySafe Shelter of St. Vrain ValleySafe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley
    Wraparound Services for Victims of Domestic Violence - Servicios de la RazaThe VISTAS (Victims in Safe Transition and Self-Sufficiency) program offers services to victims of domestic violence and their families throughout the state of Colorado, including the following: - Case management - Victim and legal advocacy - Crisis intervention - 24-hour crisis line, - Assistance with victims’ compensation - Support groups - Referrals and assistance in accessing free or low-cost legal representation for family and immigration casesDenver CountyServicios de la RazaServicios de la Raza

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