Sexual Assault Hotlines

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    Programs that provide immediate assistance for people who are survivors of rape, incest and other forms of sexual assault which may include steps to ensure the person's safety, short-term emotional support, information regarding the person's rights and alternatives, and referrals and/or accompaniment to resources for medical, legal and emotional needs, advocacy 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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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    24 Hour Sexual Assault Hotline - Blue BenchProvides a rape crisis hotline 24 hours/7 days a week.Denver CountyBlue BenchBlue Bench
    24-Hour Sexual Assault Hotline - Sexual Assault Services OrganizationSASO’s 24-hour hotline has personal advocates available to help survivors, friends and family, professionals and the general public. Services advocates provide may include: - Listening and validating - Referrals to counselors, healthcare providers or other professional and community resources - Guidance through the hospital, law enforcement and court systems - Other resource and referral as needed All calls are free and confidential.La Plata CountySexual Assault Services Organization (SASO)Sexual Assault Services Organization (SASO)
    Advocacy for Abuse Victims - Deaf DOVEProvides services that empower and offer hope to survivors of domestic violence/sexual assault in Colorado who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Deaf-blind or Children of Deaf Adults (CODAs); services include: - Victim service provider training - Developing a safety plan - Youth prevention workshops (relationship abuse, bullying, domestic violence, sexual assault) - Information and resources that provide legal, medical, victim, emotional help and survivor mentorship. - Crisis intervention - Video phone hotline - Support groups - Deaf culture training workshops - Community education workshops Denver CountyDeaf Overcoming Violence through Empowerment (DOVE)Deaf Overcoming Violence through Empowerment (DOVE)
    Domestic Violence / Sexual Assault Advocacy & Support - Tu CasaProvides services to support survivors of domestic and sexual violence. These services include victim advocacy, safe housing, counseling, and more. This program is also able to assist survivors of elder abuse, human trafficking, child abuse, and hate crimes.Alamosa CountyTu CasaTu Casa
    Domestic Violence /Sexual Assault Safe House (Colorado Springs) - TESSATESSA’s Safehouse provides emergency shelter, food, case management, counseling, and support to female survivors and their children. The Safehouse Program can provide short-term safe shelter vouchers for local hotels to male victims and their children. Safehouse residents have access to many support services including Confidential Advocacy, Counseling (adults & children), court support, and assistance with multiple local resources to: Securing Permanent Safe Housing Finding Employment Accessing Childcare Locating Adult Educational Options Obtaining New IdentitiesEl Paso CountyColorado Springs - TESSATESSA
    Mental Health Services - Mental Health PartnersA comprehensive mental health and substance use treatment provider with clinic locations in Boulder and Broomfield counties. Services include 24/7 mental health crisis intervention and care (in-person and over the phone). Mental Health Partners also provides outpatient services for infants, children, adolescents, adults and families, substance abuse treatment (detoxification and residential programs) and rape crisis counseling and support over the phone. Mental Health Partners provides bilingual/bi-cultural services and offers therapy in individual and group treatment settings.Boulder CountyMental Health PartnersMental Health Partners
    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.
    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
    Sexual Assault Advocacy - Moving to End Sexual Assault (MESA)Offers a 24/7 crisis line to victims of sexual assault which includes crisis intervention, medical and legal advocacy/support, and information/referral. Counseling services are offered by phone and advocates are available to accompany survivors to the hospital and local police departments and provide legal and medical advocacy. Group therapy and trauma informed yoga is also available for adult survivors of sexual assault. Secondary survivor groups are available for family and friends of sexual assault survivors. The education and prevention programs offer a peer educator program addressing dating violence in area high schools.Boulder CountyMoving to End Sexual Assault (MESA)Moving to End Sexual Assault (MESA)
    Sexual Assault Prevention & Response - U.S. Air ForceProvides advocacy and support to survivors of sexual assault in the Air Force. Also provides prevention education, training and outreach.El Paso CountyAir Force Academy - U.S. Air ForceU.S. Air Force
    Sexual Assault Prevention & Response - U.S. Air ForceProvides advocacy and support to survivors of sexual assault in the Air Force. Also provides prevention education, training and outreach.El Paso CountyPeterson Air Force - U.S. Air ForceU.S. Air Force
    Sexual Assault Prevention & Response - U.S. Air ForceProvides advocacy and support to survivors of sexual assault in the Air Force. Also provides prevention education, training and outreach.El Paso CountySchriever Air Force Base - U.S. Air ForceU.S. Air Force
    Sexual Assault Support and Prevention - S.A.R.A., Inc.S.A.R.A. House Child Advocacy Center was established to assist in the investigative process of child sexual abuse cases. It was founded to provide a child-friendly, safe, and neutral enviroment where police investigators and detectives, social workers, mental health therapists, and medical professionals can talk with children and their families in surroundings that would lessen the anxiety of a child who has been victimized or is witness to a crime. Children and teens who have been sexually or physically abused can tell their stories to trained forensic interviewers, undergo comprehensive medical exams performed by specially trained sexual assault examiners and receive victim advocacy services in a safe, respectful environment as they begin to heal from the trauma they have experienced without being re-traumatized in the process. S.A.R.A. House is the only child advocacy center in the Thirteenth Judicial District, State of ColoradoMorgan CountyS.A.R.A.,Inc.- Sexual Assault Response AdvocatesS.A.R.A.,Inc.- Sexual Assault Response Advocates
    Sexual Assault Victim Advocacy (Larimer County) - Sexual Assault Victim Advocates (SAVA)Provides the following confidential services to victims of sexual assault ages 14 and older: - Advocacy through the 24/7 rape crisis hotline - In-person advocacy - Emergency crisis intervention - Support groups - On-going and follow-up supportive services to anyone impacted by sexual assault, attempted sexual assault, and/or incest - Referrals for medical exams, STD testing, and treatment - Help filing protection orders Larimer CountyLarimer County - Sexual Assault Victim Advocates (SAVA)Sexual Assault Victim Advocates (SAVA)
    Sexual Assault Victim Advocacy (Weld County) - Sexual Assault Victim Advocates (SAVA)Provides the following confidential services to victims of sexual assault ages 3 and older: - Advocacy through the 24/7 rape crisis hotline - In-person advocacy - Emergency crisis intervention - Support groups - On-going and follow-up supportive services to anyone impacted by sexual assault, attempted sexual assault, and/or incest - Referrals for medical exams, STD testing, and treatment - Help filing protection orders Weld CountyWeld County - Sexual Assault Victim Advocates (SAVA)Sexual Assault Victim Advocates (SAVA)
    Sexual Harassment/Assault Response & Prevention (SHARP) - Fort CarsonProvides prevention services, as well as victim advocacy services to those who have experienced sexual assault and/or harassment. El Paso CountyFort CarsonU.S. Army
    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 Advocacy Services - Advocates Victim Assistance TeamProvides 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 educationGrand CountyAdvocates Victim Assistance TeamAdvocates Victim Assistance Team

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