“Even as we navigate the unique trials and opportunities of 2020, it’s important to take a moment to reflect on changes and celebrate the successes of the past year.” -Amy Miller, Violence Free Colorado Executive Director Though we are well into 2020, with its unique challenges and demands, we believe it is important to pause and reflect upon the success of 2019. We want to acknowledge our member programs and individuals, our board members,
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To link to our general COVID-19 Resource Page, click here. People experiencing homelessness, including survivors of domestic violence, often have a higher risk for exposure to communicable diseases. During this pandemic, survivors are likely seeing escalating power, control, and abuse from the people causing harm to them. It is crucial that domestic violence programs work with survivors across the housing spectrum to address their unique needs during this crisis. 3/2/20 Gov. Polis Announcement re: Evictions,
Last updated March 25, 2020. Violence Free Colorado staff have spoken with multiple news outlets about how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting survivors and the agencies who support them. The Colorado Independent: Violence Free Colorado Executive Director Amy Miller, Bright Future Foundation, Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence, and Latina SafeHouse contributed to this article in The Colorado Independent. CBS Denver: Violence Free Colorado Associate Director Amy Pohl spoke with CBS Denver. Click here to read.