Locations posting this sign are participating in the Community Partner Intervention Program for Domestic Violence.
At these locations, you can feel safe using the code word to disclose abuse, or otherwise speak to a staff member about any abuse you may be experiencing. See who’s participating.
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If you are in danger, call 911.
For all other help, call our 24/7 hotline at 719-486-3530
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can help you develop a plan to stay as safe as possible.
Our services are free and confidential, and adjusted to what you need.
You are not alone. We will support you whether you choose to stay or leave.
Open and Accepting.
All are welcome, including women and men, people of all ages and income levels, people who are LBGTQ, and those who speak Spanish.
Turn to us for crisis support, shelter, emergency food, legal help, advocacy, referrals, advice, and more.
Connect with other people who have been in difficult situations, and know that you are not alone.
Provide life-saving services to women and children in need.
We are so thankful to our funders!
Colorado Office for Victims Programs
Colorado Domestic Violence Program
Department of Justice’s Office for Violence Against Women
5th Judicial District’s Victim Assistance and Law Enforcement Board