Webinar: Serving and Supporting LGBTQ+ Survivors of Domestic Violence

Serving and Supporting LGBTQ+ Survivors of Domestic Violence This 1.5 hour interactive workshop is designed to equip domestic violence service providers with essential information on the unique and specific experiences of LGBTQ survivors of IPV. Participants will leave with increased knowledge on core best practices for providing culturally responsive services to LGBTQ individuals and tools and strategies for reducing barriers and providing intentional support around unique challenges that LGBTQ survivors face.   Details: Tuesday October


Cake and Conversation with Kingdom Builder’s Family Life Center

Satellite Hotel 2nd Floor C Wing 411 Lakewood Circle #C201, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Join Kingdom Builder's Family Life Center each Tuesday in October from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. for Cake and Conversation! Dates: Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25 We will give a tour, meet staff, and get information on how you can join the fight in ending domestic violence.

Active Collective Trauma (ACT) Summit 2023

CSU Spur Campus 4777 National Western Dr., Denver, United States

Hosted on the brand new CSU Spur Campus, the partnering agencies of the Denver Office of Social Equity & Innovation, the Public Health Institute at Denver Health, and the Denver Office of Behavioral Health Strategies are proud to announce the highly anticipated second annual Active Collective Trauma (ACT) Summit taking place from August 31 to September 2, 2023. This year’s ACT Summit promises even more thought-provoking panels, inspiring workshops and a wide range of speakers


Proclamation for Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention

Colorado Springs City Hall 107 N. Nevada, Colorado Springs, United States

“A VIOLENCE FREE CITY FOR EVERYONE” Downtown Colorado Springs, on City Hall Steps DATE: MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2023 LOCATION: COLORADO SPRINGS CITY HALL, 107 N. Nevada Ave. Between Kiowa and Bijou. Proclamation to be read outside on the steps TIME: 11:30 AM (see exact timeline below) PARKING: Limited paid meter on streets. Parking lot at Bijou and Nevada. PROCLAMATION READERS AND SPECIAL GUESTS: Ms. Michelle Talarico Colorado Springs City Council Member Mr. Thomas Thompson Community


“10 Years of Changing the Narrative” Conference

DoubleTree Hotel 1775 E. Cheyenne Mountain Blvd., Colorado Springs, CO, United States

Are you passionate about creating a world free from domestic violence? Do you want to be a part of a community dedicated to breaking the cycle and building a safer future for all? Look no further - the Domestic Violence Conference is here! Visit our registration site to learn more about session content and scheduling.


Kingdom Builder’s Family Life Center 10th Anniversary Fundraising Gala

DoubleTree Hotel 1775 E. Cheyenne Mountain Blvd., Colorado Springs, CO, United States

Kingdom Builder's Family Life Center requests the honor of your presence at our 10th Anniversary Fundraising Gala Oct. 14 at 5 p.m. We will highlight the impact Kingdom Builders has had on our community in the last 10 years that we have existed. Kingdom Builder’s Family Life Center envisions a community without domestic/interpersonal violence. A community that has vibrant individuals and families who are resilient and have a sense of belonging, acceptance and connectedness to


One Mile Closer to Hope | Domestic Violence Awareness Month Walk

Rose Andom Center 1330 Fox Street, Denver, Colorado

DENVER – Thursday, October 19th – On Thursday, October 19 our community will come together in support of survivors of intimate partner violence and in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Starting at the Rose Andom Center, everyone is invited to join survivors, advocates, and community leaders as they march to the Capitol to bring awareness to the impact that intimate partner violence (often called domestic violence) has and to elevate the voices of survivors.


Last Call After Party, hosted by The Blue Bench

Mile High Spirits 2201 Lawrence St, Denver, CO

The Blue Bench invites individuals to register for their Last Call After Party: "Our Last Call After Party on Oct. 20 is a culmination of our third-annual Change on Tap campaign where we partner with local alcohol-serving establishments, including Mile High Spirits, Ratio Beerworks, and Cohesion Brewing, to create a safer Denver for everyone by educating bar and restaurant staff on how to prevent and intervene on sexual violence. The Last Call After Party at

$25 – $75

Noche de Baile, hosted by Latina SafeHouse

Raices Brewing Company 2060 West Colfax Avenue, Denver, CO

Latina SafeHouse presents: Noche De Baile A multi-cultural dance festival for the benefit of domestic violence survivors. "Noche de Baile is going to be an amazing night filled with music, dancing, and good vibes! Join us at Raices Brewing Company located on West Colfax Avenue in Denver, CO, USA. Get ready for some incredible performances featuring Colorado based dance groups. This in-person event promises to be a memorable experience, bringing together dance enthusiasts from all around. You'll also

$30 – $50

Trunk or Treat: Honoring Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Pete Mirelez Human Services Center 11860 N Pecos St, Westminster, CO, United States

In Honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the VISTAS Program at Servicios De La Raza invites you to their annual TRUNK OR TREAT! "Join us for this event and resource fair with resources for victims of domestic violence and their children to have a safe space for trick or treating and resources available to them on the spot. Oct 28th 10 am-2 pm 11860 N Pecos St. Westminster, CO 80234 *If you want to participate