All services are free, confidential and available to both shelter residents and nonresident clients. Want to learn more about how we help? Please don’t hesitate to reach out.
24/7 Crisis Line
If you or someone you know is experiencing abuse, please call or email us for help. A caring and supportive victim advocate will always be available to talk.
We offer safe shelter to women, men, transgender/non gender conforming individuals and families who are in imminent danger or homeless due to domestic violence. Residents follow a 30-day program that focuses on safety and self-reliance.
South Weld County Services
Our office in Fort Lupton offers services such as safety planning, crisis counseling, legal advocacy, financial literacy and more to clients living in south Weld County.
We have several bilingual victim advocates available to work with Spanish-speaking clients. We also subscribe to Language Line Solutions, a service that provides 24/7 confidential interpretation in over 100 languages for individuals with limited English language skills.
Helping domestic violence victims to safety is our number one priority. We work with every caller and client to create a safety plan customized to fit their situation and needs.
We help all safehouse residents develop an individualized action plan that includes personal goals, appointment dates, community resources and more. Our advocates can help clients secure housing, utilize social services, find healthcare, gain employment and more.
Individual and Group Counseling
Our counselors can help domestic violence victims and their children age 5 years and older work through a variety of concerns: depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, parenting issues, grief and anger management. These sessions focus on understanding the patterns and dynamics of violence as well as enhancing safety planning skills and coping mechanisms.
Seeking Safety is a skills group for people with a history of trauma and/or substance misuse. This program focuses on coping skills, self-care, fostering healthy relationships and useful problem solving.
Our legal advocates can help victims navigate the civil legal system, assist with civil protection order applications, provide silent support in court and refer clients to agencies that provide legal representation.
Children and Teen Advocacy
We provide supportive services for families staying in the safehouse including open childcare sessions, parenting resources, youth support groups and weekly family activities. These programs address family violence and enhance coping strategies.
We reach out to victims whose current or former partners are in court-mandated treatment programs for domestic violence to educate them about our services.
We partner with schools, businesses, churches, agencies and other groups to educate the public about domestic and teen dating violence. We can also provide more detailed professional training workshops for law enforcement, healthcare professionals, teachers and other human service workers.
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