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)
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
Housing for Survivors
Short-term emergency shelter, transitional housing and long term rental assistance may be available.
Health & Medical Accompaniment
Accompaniment for a victim to the doctor, hospital or “SANE” (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) exam.
Court Accompaniment & Legal Advocacy
Civil and criminal justice support including Legal Aid referrals, Family Legal Aid, court accompaniment, civil protection orders assistance, and support in navigating the legal system and attaining Crime Victim’s Compensation.
Immigration Assistance for Survivors
Referrals for legal assistance, information about the process and options, and support in navigating immigration options for survivors.
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.…
Referrals to Other Community Resources
Referrals to therapeutic counseling, legal services, housing, medical care, financial assistance, and other local resources.…
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.…
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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