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    24-Hour Helpline & Crisis Intervention

    If you are in need of help, please call our 24-hour crisis helpline. The helpline provides an immediate response for victims that is free of charge, confidential, non-judgmental and bilingual (English and Spanish). (970) 925-SAFE (7233)

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    Community & School Based & Education Programs

    Presentations for the public, schools, civic and service groups to raise awareness of domestic and sexual abuse, healthy relationships, gender stereotypes, and media
    literacy.

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    Housing for Survivors

    Short-term emergency shelter, transitional housing and long term rental assistance may be available.

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    Health & Medical Accompaniment

    Accompaniment for a victim to the doctor, hospital or “SANE” (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) exam.

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    Immigration Assistance for Survivors

    Referrals for legal assistance, information about the process and options, and support in navigating immigration options for survivors.

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    Individual Support & Advocacy

    Culturally inclusive and competent advocacy for survivors and their family. We can help with crisis intervention, information, resources, referrals and safety planning.…

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    Referrals to Other Community Resources

    Referrals to therapeutic counseling, legal services, housing, medical care, financial assistance, and other local resources.…

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    Sexual Harassment Assistance

    Free and confidential services, which include individual support, advocacy and referrals to other agencies and resources. Assisting teachers, employers, survivors and workers in creating change in the workplace and school environments and in better responding to sexual harassment.…

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If you are in crisis, need support, or more information, you can get immediate help by calling our 24/7 crisis helpline: (970) 925-SAFE (7233). For additional support and general questions call our office at (970) 920-5357Learn More

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3 hours ago

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Timeline PhotosOur first day at our new location!!! We open at 12:00 TODAY!!!
Aspen School District Aspen Education Foundation City of Aspen Government Town of Snowmass Village
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6 days ago

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Remember the victims of domestic violence between the social media trend #ChallengeAccepted#Repost @mcedsv
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The murder of #PinarGultekin by her ex-partner has sparked protests in Turkey and on social media. Let us remember the victim of #domesticviolence behind the #challengeaccpeted #blackandwhitechallenge as we support the women of turkey to end femicide.

(Image description: black and white close-up photo of Pinar Gultekin. Writing says What is #ChallengeAccepted really about? The murder of Pinar Gultekin by her ex-partner. Turkish women are taking to the streets and social media to protest the problem of femicide in their country, which has doubled since 2012.)
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Remember the victims of domestic violence between the social media trend #challengeaccepted

1 week ago

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Timeline PhotosDespite a known increase in interpersonal violence during the pandemic, Congress has yet to dedicate funding in relief bills for survivors of sexual assault, for community-based culturally-specific organizations serving survivors in Communities of Color, or for tribal victim service programs.

We must ALL tell our Senators and Representatives they cannot ignore the needs of survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence anymore! www.4vawa.org/ntf-action-alerts-and-news/2020/7/24/action-alert-dont-let-congress-ignore-survivors

This is unacceptable. In the next stimulus bill the Senate must:
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2 weeks ago

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Powerful historic speech by AOC. Worth listening to in its entirety.

Andrea González-Ramírez on Twitter
““What I do have issue with is using women—our wives and daughters—as shields and excuses for poor behavior. Mr. Yoho mentioned that he has a wife and two daughters ... I am someone's daughter, too.” Such a powerful speech by @AOC: t.co/X7XSXmcuHB
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If you do not use your voice to speak against then you are using your silence to accept - Brava to AOC

3 weeks ago

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Verbal abuse is the most common form of intimate partner violence, affecting between 35-49% of women and men. Do you know the signs?

Learn more at NOMOREVerbalAbuse.org, created by the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence & NO MORE. #NOMOREVerbalAbuse
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