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    Programs that provide immediate assistance for women and men who have experienced domestic abuse which may include steps to ensure the person's safety; short-term emotional support; assistance with shelter; legal information and advocacy; referrals for medical treatment; ongoing counseling and/or group support; and other related services. Hotline staff are generally available via the telephone, email, live chat, texting and/or instant message (IM).

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    24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline-Bright Future FoundationAdvocates Against Assault is a 24-hour confidential hotline for victims of domestic violence, and sexual assault. If you are hurting and need to talk to someone who cares about your situation, please call the Hotline at (970) 949-7086 Advocates Against Assault was our first program to be created when the organization began in 1984. Many individuals contact the hotline each year finding comfort in the voice of an advocate. After speaking with an advocate, some decide to continue with our programs either through a support group, entering one of our outreach programs, or joining us at Freedom Ranch. Our hotline is answered by trained volunteers staff 24-hours a day, seven days a week. The volunteers participate in 40 hours of training and are equipped with a wide variety of resources. Eagle CountyBright Future Foundation for Eagle CountyBright Future Foundation for Eagle County
    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
    Advocates Against Assault-Bright Future FoundationProvides services to those who have gone through domestic violence or sexual assault. Services available: - Advocacy - Buddy Mentors - Parenting Classes - Freedom Ranch - Rapid Rehousing - Youth Violence Prevention Eagle CountyBright Future Foundation for Eagle CountyBright Future Foundation for Eagle County
    Battered Women Assistance (Adams County) - Project SafeguardProvides legal advocacy and assistance for domestic violence victims. Services include crisis intervention, court support, information regarding the legal system (civil and criminal), safety planning, and a daily protection order clinic at the Adams County Justice Center.Adams CountyAdams County - Project SafeguardProject Safeguard
    Battered Women Assistance (Arapahoe County) - Project SafeguardProvides legal advocacy and assistance for victims of domestic violence. Services include crisis intervention, court support, information regarding the legal system (civil and criminal), safety planning, and a daily protection order clinic at the Arapahoe County Justice Center (ACJC).Arapahoe CountyArapahoe County - Project SafeguardProject Safeguard
    Battered Women Assistance (Broomfield County) - Project SafeguardProvides legal advocacy and assistance for domestic violence victims. Services include crisis intervention, court support, information regarding the legal system (civil and criminal), safety planning, and a daily protection order clinic at the Broomfield Combined Courts.Broomfield CountyBroomfield County - Project SafeguardProject Safeguard
    Battered Women Assistance (Denver City and County Building) - Project SafeguardProvides legal advocacy and assistance for victims of domestic violence. Services include crisis intervention, court support, information regarding the legal system (civil and criminal), safety planning, and a daily protection orders clinic at the Denver County Courthouse.Denver CountyDenver City and County Building - Project SafeguardProject Safeguard
    Battered Women Assistance (Rose Andom Center) - Project SafeguardProvides legal advocacy and assistance for victims of domestic violence. Services include crisis intervention, court support, information regarding the legal system (civil and criminal), safety planning, and a daily protection orders clinic at the Denver County Courthouse.Denver CountyRose Andom Center - Project SafeguardProject Safeguard
    Bright Future FoundationBright Future Foundation provides a variety of domestic violence services and Youth Prevention Services including a 24 hour Crisis Hot-line, Confidential Safe-house, Counseling Services, Youth Advocacy and Advocacy services and Prevention programs such as Buddy Mentors and After-school Programs on bullying, healthy relationships, anger management and girls empowerment.Eagle CountyBright Future Foundation for Eagle CountyBright Future Foundation for Eagle County
    Buddy Mentors - Bright Future FoundationOne of the youth's largest assets can be a mentor. Buddy Mentors, our mentoring program, is the oldest of our youth programs. Individuals from around the community volunteer to meet with youth 3 hours a week to aid them with their Plan of Care and offer them support as they process their teenage years. Both the Junior and Senior Buddy meet to discuss their goals with the Advocate Case Manager and sign an agreement that they will meet for a year. We are always looking for additional volunteers for this program. Eagle CountyBright Future Foundation for Eagle CountyBright Future Foundation for Eagle County
    Crisis Hotline - Gateway Domestic Violence ServicesOffers a 24 hour crisis line staffed with trained counselors and volunteers ready to listen and give referrals to individuals who are experiencing psychological and/or physical abuse in their relationships.Arapahoe CountyGateway Domestic Violence ServicesGateway Domestic Violence Services
    Crisis Hotline - National Domestic Violence HotlineCrisis intervention, information and referral to victims of domestic violence nationwide. Out of StateNational Domestic Violence HotlineNational Domestic Violence Hotline
    Domestic Abuse (Chaffee) - Alliance Against Domestic AbuseProvides 24/7 crisis intervention, emergency safehouse, financial assistance, restraining orders, divorce papers, support during court proceedings, women and children's weekly support groups, individual counseling, children's program, public education, information, and referals. All services are confidential and free or charge.Chaffee CountyCriminal Justice & Legal (Chaffee) - Alliance Against Domestic Abuse (AADA)Alliance Against Domestic Abuse (AADA)
    Domestic Violence (Calhan) - TESSAA Tessa advocate is in Calhan twice a week. Must call to schedule an appointment The advocate is at the El Paso County Community Outreach Center just inside the main gate of the county fairgrounds.El Paso CountyCriminal Justice & Legal - TessaTESSA
    Domestic Violence Counseling and Advocacy - SafeHouse DenverOffers non-residential advocacy-based domestic violence counseling support to adults, children, and youth victims of domestic abuse.Denver CountySafeHouse DenverSafeHouse Denver
    Domestic Violence Counseling for LGBTQ Individuals - SafeHouse DenverOffers non-residential advocacy-based domestic violence counseling and a 24 hour/7 days a week Crisis and Information line to LGBTQ victims of intimate partner violence.Denver CountySafeHouse DenverSafeHouse Denver
    Domestic Violence Counseling - TessaIndividual counseling and psycho-educational support groups. A Crisis Line is available 24-hours for telephone crisis intervention, information and referral services for those involved or surrounded by domestic violence and / or sexual assault.El Paso CountyMental Health & Substance Abuse - 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 Programs - Alternatives To Violence24 hour crisis intervention for victims of violent crimes including domestic violence and sexual assault. Individual and group counseling for youth and adults at no cost. Two year transitional living program for battered women with children. Prevention, education and outreach program in the schools.Larimer CountyAlternatives To ViolenceAlternatives To Violence
    Domestic Violence Services - Advocates Building Peaceful CommunitiesProvides the following services to to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and all other crime victims and their family members: - Crisis intervention - Individual and group counseling - Advocacy services - Community education and Latino outreach - Supervised visitation and safe exchange - Workplace violence consulting and trainingRoutt CountyAdvocates Building Peaceful CommunitiesAdvocates Building Peaceful Communities
    Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Service, Latimer HouseLatimer House provides a 24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter, advocacy, individual and group counseling, children’s services, and transitional housing.Mesa CountyHilltop Adult ServicesHilltop Community Resources
    Domestic Violence Shelter for Single Adults and Families - Crisis CenterProvides 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 CountyCrisis CenterCrisis Center
    Domestic Violence Shelter - YWCA of PuebloThe Family Crisis Shelter provides shelter for women and their children experiencing domestic violence and homelessness. Also provides a 24 hour crisis hotline.Pueblo CountyFamily Crisis ShelterYWCA of Pueblo
    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 - Help for Abused PartnersProvides a 24-hour hotline, counseling, emergency shelter, and additional services the family may need to reach self-sufficiency.Logan CountyHelp for Abused PartnersHelp for Abused Partners
    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.
    Freedom Ranch - Bright Future FoundationFounded in 2002, Freedom Ranch is the first and only Safehouse in Eagle County serving victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. The purpose of Freedom Ranch is to provide for the physical and psychological safety of families victimized by domestic violence and sexual assault. Freedom Ranch provides short-term crisis shelter to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and their families. Residents of Freedom Ranch are enfolded within our wrap-around case management system. The services provided are different from resident to resident based on their current needs. Some of the available services include shelter, food, clothing, counseling, case management, and transportation. 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 CountyBright Future Foundation for Eagle CountyBright Future Foundation for Eagle County
    Hilltop Domestic Violence Services - Hilltop Community ResourcesHilltop Domestic Violence Services provides 24-hour crisis lines, emergency shelter, legal advocacy, support groups, case management, children’s services, and transitional housing. Serving Delta, Montrose, and Ouray Counties. Montrose CountyHilltop Resources - Montrose CountyHilltop Community Resources
    Latimer House - Domestic Violence & Counseling CenterCounseling, advocacy and shelter for adults and children who are victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. - Confidential intervention and counseling services - Safe, secure housing for moms and children in imminent danger - Court assistance and advocacy - Case management to provide the necessary community services to become self-sufficient - Confidential support groups for men, women and children - Parenting classes for adults and children Mesa CountyHilltop Adult ServicesHilltop Community Resources
    Law Enforcement Services - Police Department - SterlingLogan CountyPolice Department - SterlingPolice Department - Sterling
    Legal Advocacy-Bright Future FoundationBright Future Foundation provides assistance in completing Crime Victim Compensation, Protection Orders and other legal forms related to domestic violence and sexual assault. We also provide support for women attending domestic violence and sexual assault hearings. Please contact Kristi for more information on these services. Eagle CountyBright Future Foundation for Eagle CountyBright Future Foundation for Eagle County
    Light of Hope-Bright Future FoundationLight of Hope is a candle company managed by survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Profits are allocated to women, which start them on the path to self-sufficiency. The hope is that each woman will take away invaluable business and leadership skills from both managing the program and attending monthly financial literacy courses.Please contact Katie for more information about Light of Hope. Eagle CountyBright Future Foundation for Eagle CountyBright Future Foundation for Eagle County
    LoveIsRespect - National Domestic Violence HotlineLoveisrespect’s mission is to engage, educate and empower young people to prevent and end abusive relationships. Highly-trained peer advocates offer support, information and advocacy to young people who have questions or concerns about their dating relationships. We also provide information and support to concerned friends and family members, teachers, counselors, service providers and members of law enforcement. Free and confidential phone, live chat and texting services are available 24/7/365. Out of StateNational Domestic Violence HotlineNational Domestic Violence Hotline
    Non-Residential Support Services - Safe Shelter of St. Vrain ValleyThe Outreach Program provides a variety of services to domestic violence victims in a non-residential setting, including: - A 24 hour/7 day a week crisis line - Individual and group counseling - Support groups for survivors of domestic violence - Case Management - Financial Guidance - Information on domestic violence and referrals to community resources - 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
    Outreach Program/WestcliffeProviding 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 CountyOutreach Program/WestcliffeFamily Crisis Services, Inc.
    Renew24/7 assistance to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault by providing crisis intervention, counseling, shelter, legal advocacy, community resources, and domestic violence awareness education.Montezuma CountyRenewRenew
    Resident Program - A Woman's PlaceProvides free and confidential services to victims and survivors of domestic violence, as well as education and support services to family and friends of victims and the community. Serving victims and survivors of domestic violence in Weld County by providing: -Safe Housing -Crisis Support -Counseling Services -Legal Advocacy -Child and Youth Programs -Prevention and Intervention Counseling -Information and Referrals -24 Hour Crisis Line -Outreach Services and Education Weld CountyA Woman's PlaceA Woman's Place
    RESPONSE: Help for Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (Eagle County)RESPONSE provides free and confidential advocacy and support to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Services include: - 24 hour hotline - court/legal advice - Protection order assistance - Short-term emergency shelter - Safety planning - Support groupsEagle CountyRESPONSE: Help for Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual AssaultRESPONSE: Help for Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
    RESPONSE: Help for survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (Pitkin County)RESPONSE provides free and confidential advocacy and support to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Services include: - 24 hour hotline - court/legal advice - Protection order assistance - Short-term emergency shelter - Safety planning - Support groupsPitkin CountyRESPONSE: Help for Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual AssaultRESPONSE: Help for Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
    Stalking - S.H.A.R.E., Inc.Provides services for victims of stalking.Morgan CountyS.H.A.R.E., Inc.S.H.A.R.E., Inc.
    Support Groups - Bright Future FoundationBright Future Foundation provides Support Groups in English and in Spanish for adults and youth. Please contact Casey for information on English Support Groups. Please contact Hope for information regarding Spanish Support Groups. Eagle CountyBright Future Foundation for Eagle CountyBright Future Foundation for Eagle County
    Support Services for Victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault - Advocates Crisis Support ServicesProvides confidential crisis intervention and emotional support to all victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, teen dating violence, and other victims of crime and trauma. Support services provided include the following: - 24 hours/7 days a week crisis hotline and counseling - Information and referrals - Protective Order assistance and safety planning - Personal advocacy and support - Judicial advocacy - Follow-up counseling - Community education and prevention services - Teen violence prevention programMoffat CountyAdvocates Crisis Support ServicesAdvocates Crisis Support Services
    Teen Girls Support Group-Bright Future FoundationOur counselors on staff also offers weekly support groups to teen girls who have experienced violence in their lives.Eagle CountyBright Future Foundation for Eagle CountyBright Future Foundation for Eagle County
    Transitional Housing-Bright Future FoundationUpon exiting Freedom Ranch, some clients continue to receive outreach services from their own homes or apartments. Survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault who need a more time to reach self sufficiency are able to come into our Transitional Housing Program. The typical Bright Future Foundation Transitional Housing client is a single woman who has two children with an annual salary of less than $20,000. She is a survivor of violence desiring for her children to live free from violence. She is seeking to keep her job while continuing through lengthy legal proceedings and much needed counseling without any local family connections. Prior to the Bright Future Foundation's Transitional Housing program, she was homeless. We have currently have five Transitional Housing units supported by Colorado Coalition for the Homeless. While we are blessed to have this many units, the need is far greater than our current resources. If you are interested in donating to open additional units to those in need or for more information, please contact Sheri at (970) 763-7203 or sheri@bff-ec.org Eagle CountyBright Future Foundation for Eagle CountyBright Future Foundation for Eagle County
    Victim Advocacy - Advocates for Victims of AssaultProvides 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 CountyAdvocates for Victims of AssaultAdvocates for Victims of Assault
    Victim Assistance (Boulder) - Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN)The Domestic Abuse Response Team provides crisis intervention and advocacy on an on-call, 24-hour basis for victims of domestic violence and their children. Staff and volunteer advocates are contacted by local law enforcement to provide support, information, and advocacy immediately following law enforcement intervention. Advocates are also contacted by police in non-arrest reporting situations and offer to meet with victims or work with them over the phone.Boulder CountyBoulder - Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN)Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN)
    Victim Assistance (Lafayette) - Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN)The Domestic Abuse Response Team provides crisis intervention and advocacy on an on-call, 24-hour basis for victims of domestic violence and their children. Staff and volunteer advocates are contacted by local law enforcement to provide support, information, and advocacy immediately following law enforcement intervention. Advocates are also contacted by police in non-arrest reporting situations and offer to meet with victims or work with them over the phone.Boulder CountyLafayette (Tri-City) - Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN)Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN)
    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
    Youth Programs - Bright Future FoundationDomestic Violence and Sexual Assault is not restricted to adults. Often children and teens are also victims of the violence in their household and need services independent of their parents. Bright Future Foundation offers case management, counseling, mentoring, and care to youth clients as well as adults. Youth involved within our programs also discuss important topics such as Healthy Dating Habits and Healthy Living. Each youth is matched with a Advocate Case Manager to create a Plan of Care. In this process, the youth and the case manager side-by-side discuss the youth's background, their dreams, their strengths, and their growing edges. Through this process, the youth identifies goals they would like to achieve and create a time line to complete them. The Advocate Case Manager gathers community collaborators who may be able to help the youth achieve some of their goals. Eagle CountyBright Future Foundation for Eagle CountyBright Future Foundation for Eagle County

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