Domestic Violence Programs in Colorado
The programs listed below offer some or all of these services:
- A caring listening ear. People who can listen and help you sort out options.
- Advocacy services. Specially trained advocates who can help with safety planning. Advocates can help you get information about welfare, CPS, disability services, immigration, housing, employment protections, and more.
- Emergency shelter or other safe lodging on a temporary basis.
- Housing Options. longer term housing options for individuals and families
- Emergency Financial Support. Advocates can help victims apply for VOCA Emergency Funds
- Support groups. Groups for children, youth, and adults.
- Legal advocacy. Information about protection orders and other civil matters. Most programs do not provide legal counsel, but may be able to refer you to free or low cost attorneys.
Please contact the program you are interested in to find out exactly what services they can provide.
The programs are listed geographically, but you are not limited to those programs in your community. Please click your location for a list of domestic violence programs in your local area.
* = Services provided in English/español
= Accepts families with pets