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 

Arising Hope
Eastlake, CO (Serving Adams County)
Crisis: 303-280-3180
Admin: same as crisis

Catholic Charities – Father Ed Judy House
Denver, CO (Serving Denver Metro Area)
Main: 303.866.7641  (Not a crisis hotline; is a shelter program)
Websites:   and

Family Tree
Wheat Ridge, CO (Serving Adams and Jefferson Counties)
Crisis: 303.420.6752 * (TTY available)
Admin: 303.420.0412
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Gateway Domestic Violence Services
Aurora, CO (Serving Arapahoe County)
Crisis: 303.343.1851 (TTY available)  
Admin: 303.343.1856
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Mountain Peace Shelter
Bailey, CO (Serving Park and Mtn Jefferson Counties)
Crisis: 303.838.8181  
Admin: Same as Crisis Line

Rose Andom Center 
Denver, CO (Serving Denver County)
Crisis: 720-337-4400
Admin: Same as crisis
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence
Boulder, CO (Serving Boulder County)
Crisis: 303.444.2424
Admin: 303.449.8623

SafeHouse Denver, Inc.
Denver, CO (Serving Denver County)
Crisis: 303.318.9989 *
Admin: 303.318.9959
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

The Crisis Center
Castle Rock, CO (Serving Douglas and Elbert Counties)
Crisis: 303.688.8484 (TTY available)
Admin: 303.688.1094
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Advocate Safehouse Project
Glenwood Springs, CO (Serving Garfield County)
Crisis: 970.945.4439 * or 970.285.0209
Admin: 970.945.2632
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Advocates of Routt County
Steamboat Springs, CO (Serving Routt County)
Crisis: 970.879.2034
Admin: 970.879.8888
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Advocates Crisis Support Services
Craig, CO (Serving Moffat County)
Crisis: 970.824.2400 *
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Advocates For a Violence Free Community
Hot Sulphur Springs, CO (Serving Grand County)
Crisis: 970.725.3412 *
Admin: 970.725.3442
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Advocates for Victims of Assault
Frisco, CO (Serving Summit County)
Crisis: 970.668.3906 *
Admin: 970.668.3906 *
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Advocates of Lake County, Inc.
Leadville, CO (Serving Lake County)
Crisis: 719.486.3530 *
Admin: Same as Crisis Number
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Bright Future Foundation
Avon, CO (Serving Eagle County)
Crisis: 970.949.7086 *
Admin: 970.949.7097
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Clear Creek County Advocates
Georgetown, CO
Crisis: 303.569.3126
After Hours: 303.679.2393 – ask for the advocate on call
Admin: 303.679.2426
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Latimer House
Grand Junction, CO (Serving Mesa County)
Crisis: 970.241.6704
Admin: 970.241.0324
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

RESPONSE: Help for Survivors of Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault
Aspen, CO (Serving Pitkin and West Eagle Counties)
Crisis: 970.925.7233 *
Admin: 970.920.5357
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Safehouse, Inc.
Meeker, CO (Serving Rio Blanco County)
Crisis: 970.629.5729
Admin: Same as Crisis Line

Alternative Horizons, Inc.
Durango, CO (Serving Archuleta, La Plata, San Juan, and Southern Ute Tribal Counties)
Crisis: 970.247.9619 *
Admin: 970.247.4374
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Project Hope
Gunnison, CO (Serving Gunnison and Hinsdale Counties)
Crisis: 970.275.1193
Admin: 970.641.2712
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Renew, Inc.
Cortez, CO (Serving Dolores and Montezuma Counties)
Crisis: 970.565.2100 *
Admin: 970.565.4886
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Rise Above Violence
Pagosa Springs, CO (Serving Archuleta, Hinsdale and South Mineral Counties)
Crisis: 970.264.9075 * (TTY available)
Admin: 970.264.1129
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

San Miguel Resource Center
Telluride, CO (Serving San Miguel County)
Crisis: 970.728.5660 *
Admin: 970.728-5842
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Southern Ute Victim Services
Ignacio, CO (Serving La Plata County)
Crisis: 970.563.0245 or 970.563.4401 after hours
Admin: Same as Crisis Line

Hilltop Domestic Violence Services
Crisis: 1-844-990-5500
Grand Junction Regional Office: (970) 242-4400
Montrose Regional Office: (970) 252-7445
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Volunteers of America Southwest Safehouse
Durango, CO (Serving Archuleta, Dolores, La Plata, Montezuma and San Juan Counties)
Crisis: 970.259.5443 *
Admin: 970.259.1021
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

A Woman’s Place
Greeley, CO (Serving Weld County)
Crisis: 970.356.4226 * or 866.356.4226
Admin: 970.351.0476
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Alternatives to Violence
Loveland, CO 80537 (Serving southern Larimer County)
Crisis:  970.880.1000
Admin:  970-669-5150
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Crossroads Safehouse
Fort Collins, CO (Serving Larimer County)
Crisis: 970-482-3502 * 
Admin: 970.530.2353
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Estes Valley Victim Advocates
Estes Park, CO (Serving Larimer County)
Crisis: 970.577.9781
Admin: Same as Crisis Line
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Help for Abused Partners
Sterling, CO (Serving Logan, Phillips and Sedgwick Counties)
Crisis: 970.522.2307 *
Admin: Same as Crisis Line
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley
Longmont, CO (Serving Boulder County)
Crisis: 303.772.4422*
Admin: 303.772.0432
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

S.H.A.R.E., Inc.
Fort Morgan, Co (Serving Morgan County)
Crisis: 970.867.4444 *
Admin: Same as Crisis Line

Advocates Against Domestic Assault
Trinidad, CO (Serving Las Animas, Huerfano, Trinidad and Walsenburg Counties)
Crisis: 719.846.6665 *
Admin: 719.846.9159

The Alliance
Salida, CO (Serving Chaffee and West Fremont Counties)
Crisis: 719.539.7347 *
Admin: Same as Crisis Line
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Arkansas Valley Resource Center 
La Junta, CO (Serving Bent, Crowley and Otero Counties)
Crisis: 719.384.7764
Admin: Same as Crisis

Domestic Safety Resource Center
Lamar, CO (Serving Baca, Cheyenne, Kiowa and Prowers County)
Crisis: 719.336.4357 *
Admin: 719.336.4357
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Family Crisis Services
Cañon City, CO (Serving Custer and Fremont Counties)
Crisis: 719.275.2429
Admin: Same as Crisis Line
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Colorado Springs, CO (Serving El Paso and Teller Counties)
Crisis: 719.633.3819 *
Admin: 719.633.1462
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Tu Casa, Inc.
Alamosa, CO (Serving Alamosa, Conejos, Costilla, Mineral, Rio Grande and Saguache Counties)
Crisis: 719.589.2465 *
Admin: Same as Crisis Line
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

YWCA of Pueblo Family Crisis Shelter
Pueblo, CO (Serving Pueblo County)
Crisis: 719.545.8195 *
Admin: 719.542.6904
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Programs with Services for Specific Populations

Asian Pacific Development Center
Admin: 303-923-2920 (Aurora)
Admin: 719.459.3947 (Colorado Springs)

Colorado Anti-Violence Project (serving LGBTQ populations statewide)
Crisis: 888.557.4441
Admin: 303-839-5204

Denver Indian Family Resource Center
Phone: 303.871.8035

Denver Indian Health and Family Services, Inc.
Phone: 303.953.660

DOVE (Deaf Overcoming Violence through Empowerment)
Crisis: 303.831.7874 (an advocate will respond to you within 15 minutes)
Admin: 303-831-7932
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Haseya Advocate Program (Serving native survivors in El Paso County)
Phone: 719-600-3939

The Initiative (serving women, men and children with disabilities)
Admin: 303.839.5510/ 877.839.5510

Muslim Family Services of Colorado
Phone: 303.298.8776

Project PAVE (working with youth to end relationship violence)
303.322.2382 * (not a crisis line)

Project Safeguard (legal advocacy services)
Adams 303.637.7761 * (not a crisis line)
Arapahoe 303.799.3977 * (not a crisis line)
Broomfield 720-887-2179 (not a crisis line)
Denver 720.865.9159 * (not a crisis line)
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

San Luis Valley Immigrant Resource Center 
Alamosa, CO (serving the SLV region)
Admin: 719-587-3225

Servicios de La Raza (bilingual & bi-cultural services for Latin@ survivors)
Crisis: 303.953.5930 *
Admin: 303.458.5851

Voces Unidas for Justice  (cultural and linguistic services for Latin@s)
Colorado Springs, CO (providing services statewide)
Admin:  720.588.8219*
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Zoe House (shelter for youth survivors ages 18-24)
Grand Junction, CO
Crisis: 970.234.7004
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Statewide and National Organizations

Address Confidentiality Program  (a statewide program that provides survivors of domestic violence, sexual offenses, and/or stalking with a legal substitute address for interacting with all state and local government agencies and a confidential mail forwarding service)
Admin: 303.866.2208

Animal Cruelty: To report animal cruelty, call the Animal Control Department in your location
or report to the Colorado Humane Society by filling out the online form or calling 800.249.5121.

Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado
Statewide nonprofit that serves individuals, both youth and adults, with an injury to the brain by providing education, support groups, case management, resource navigation, school consultation, and adaptive recreation.
Main Line: 303.355.9969

Center on Domestic Violence
The Center on Domestic Violence is an academic, research and service center based center in the School of Public Affairs at the University of Colorado Denver. Home to the graduate-level academic program on gender-based violence.
Phone: 303.315.2489
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Colorado Bar Association
Phone: 303.860.1115; 800.332.6736

Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault
The federally recognized sexual assault state coalition.
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless
Admin: 303.293.2217

Colorado Immigration Rights Coalition
Phone: 303.922.3344*

Colorado Legal Services
Admin: 303.837.1321 *

Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance
Admin: 303.861.1160 or toll free 800.261.2682
Information and assistance for victims of crime in Colorado.
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

The Denver Center for Crime Victims
303.894.8000 or 303.718.8289  * or 303.860.9555 (TTY)
Resources for Denver victims of crime

Domestic Violence Offender Management Board
Phone: 303.239.4528
Violence Free Colorado Member Program

Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center
Phone: 303.692.1165

Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center
Phone: 303.295.2001


Amnesty International USA, Women’s Human Rights Program
Phone: 212.807.8400

Alianza: National Latino Alliance for the Elimination of Domestic Violence (Alianza: Latina Nacional para Erradicar la Violencia Doméstic)
Phone: 800.342.9908

Anti-Violence Project
Phone: 212.714.1184, TTY: 212.714.1134
We empower lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and HIV-affected communities and allies to end all forms of violence through organizing and education, and support survivors through counseling and advocacy.

Arte Sana
Arte Sana (art heals) is a national Latina-led nonprofit committed to ending sexual violence and other forms of gender-based aggressions and engage marginalized communities as agents of change.

Asian and Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence
415.954.9988 x.315

ASISTA seeks to enhance the security, independence, and full participation in society of immigrant and refugee survivors of gender-based violence by promoting integrated holistic approaches and educating those whose actions and attitudes affect women who experience violence
Phone: 515.244.2469

National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma and Mental Health  
Phone: 312.726.7020, TTY: 312.726.4110

Battered Women’s Justice Project
Phone: 800.903.0111

Casa de Esperanza
Crisis Line: 651.772.1611;
Admin: 651.646.5553
The National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities (NLN) exists to advance effective responses to eliminate violence and promote healthy relationships within Latin@ families and communities.

Futures Without Violence (formerly the Family Violence Prevention Fund)
Phone: 415.252.8900
Mobile: 800.595.4889

INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence

Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community
University of Minnesota School of Social Work, College of Human Ecology
Phone: 877.643.8222
The Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community (IDVAAC) is an organization focused on the unique circumstances and life experiences of African Americans as they seek resources and remedies related to the victimization and perpetration of domestic violence in their community.

Jewish Women International
Phone 800.343.2823

Men Can Stop Rape
Phone: 202.265.6530
To mobilize men to use their strength for creating cultures free from violence, especially men’s violence against women. To institutionalize primary prevention of men’s violence against women through sustained initiatives that generates positive, measurable outcomes in populations throughout the world.

National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence
Phone: 512.407.9020

National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma, and Mental Health
Phone: 312.726.7020 x.2011

National Clearinghouse for the Defense of Battered Women
Phone: 800.903.0111 x.3

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Phone: 303.839.1852, Mobile: 303.831.1681

National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges
Phone: 775.784.6012

National Domestic Violence Hotline
Crisis Line: 800.799.7233 or 800.787.3224 (TTY)
Assistance, information and referrals to local advocacy programs for people who have experienced domestic abuse.  Available in 170 languages.

National Immigrant Women’s Advocacy Project
Phone: 202.326.0044
NIWAP addresses the needs of immigrant women, immigrant children and immigrant victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and other crimes by advocating for reforms in law, policy and practice.

National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center
Phone: 855.649.7299
The National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center, Inc. (NIWRC) is a Native nonprofit organization that was created specifically to serve as the National Indian Resource Center (NIRC) Addressing Domestic Violence and Safety for Indian Women.

National Family Justice Center Alliance
Phone: 866.511.3522

National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence
Phone: 888-792-2873

National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
Phone: 510.465.1984

National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV)
Phone: 202.543.5566

National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
Phone: 800.537.2238, Mobile: 800.553.2508

National Sexual Violence Resource Center
Phone: 877.739.3895, Mobile: 717.909.0715

NW Network of Bisexual, Trans, Lesbian & Gay Survivors of Abuse
Phone: 206.568.7777

loveisrespect (formerly National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline)
Crisis Line: 866.331.9474 or 866.331.8453 (TTY)
SMS: text “loveis” to 22522
Chat Online:

Praxis International 
Phone: 218.525.0487
Nonprofit research and training organization working toward the elimination of violence in the lives of women and children.

Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)
Phone: 1.800.656.4673 x. 3

Resource Center on Domestic Violence: Child Protection & Custody
Phone: 800.527.3223

Sacred Circle: National Resource Center to End Violence Against Native Women
Phone: 605.341.2050

Stalking Resource Center
Phone: 800.394.2255

VAWnet: National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women
Phone: 800.537.2238, Mobile: 800.553.2508

WINGS Foundation
Phone: 303.238.8660, ext.105
A private, not-for-profit agency. Our mission is to break the cycle and heal the wounds of childhood sexual abuse by providing support services, advocacy, and education to adult survivors. Our program serves anyone who is 18 and over and has experienced childhood sexual abuse, their loved ones, and professionals who work with survivors.