A Woman's Place offers safe shelter to victims and their children. Residents follow a 30 day program that focuses on safety and fostering self-reliance.
All resources listed below can be accessed by our residential and non residential clients.
AWP legal advocates provide assistance and support during the civil protection order process, and legal referrals as appropriate.
AWP staff work with survivors to achieve self-sufficiency by obtaining housing, utilizing social services accessing community agencies, and gaining employment.
Safety is our number one priority at A Woman's Place. AWP works with all clients to establish a safety plan designed specific to their experience and situation.
Counseling & Support Services
AWP offers individual and group prevention and intervention counseling and support services for victoms of domestic abuse. Support services consist of DV education, parenting skills, and goals related to self-sufficiency. Counseling services are also available to children ages 5 years and older. These sessions focus on understanding family violence, as well as enhancing safety planning skills, and coping mechanisms.
Child and Youth Programs:
These programs run simultaneously with adult programs, and offer counseling and activities to enhance coping skills and address family violence and safety planning.
AWP staffs speaking bilingual advocates to work one on with resident and non resident clients. We also have Language line, this service provides access to confidential translation for individuals with limited English language skills 24/7.
Community Education: A Woman's Place staff are available for presentations at schools, businesses, agencies, organizations, or other groups. Presentations are available in English and Spanish, and may focus on domestic violence, teen dating abuse, AWP mission and programs, and how the community can get involved and help.
Referrals: AWP can assist in providing appropriate referrals within the community.
To learn more about the services we provide, please contact us at 970-351-0476
If you are experiencing or know someone that is experiencing domestic violence, call:
A Woman's Place does not discriminate against any person because of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal or state law.