This page is dedicated to information, agencies and resources that may be beneficial to those who are serving the larger community.

 

Please note that this is not an exhaustive list of resources that are available, but a good place to get started. 

 

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Comprehensive Resource Guide

Follow the link below for a comprehensive excel sheet of local and national resources including contact information, website address, and brief information of what each organization does. Various resources include affordable housing, addiction resources, food banks, shelters, domestic violence resources, crisis lines, mental health counseling, heath services, and more. 

Click here for Comprehensive Resource Guide Updated 2022

Quick View of Local and National Resources 

 

General Resources

Mile High United Way Database

 

Specific Resources for those who have experienced Intimate Partner Violence (Domestic Violence)

DOVE (Deaf Overcoming Violence through Empowerment)

Family Tree/Roots of Courage

Gateway Domestic Violence Services

National Domestic Violence Hotline

Center for Trauma and Resilience

The Initiative

The Rose Andom Center

 

Specific Resources for those who have experienced Sexual Violence

The Blue Bench

TESSA- Colorado Springs

Moving to End Sexual Assault (MESA)

RAINN- National Hotline

 

Specific Resources for those who have experienced Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking Hotline

The Safehouse Project

 

Information about Healthy Relationships

Love is Respect

 

Civil Legal Assistance for those who have experienced IPV

Project Safeguard

Colorado Legal Services

Justice and Mercy Legal Aid Clinic

Legal Information Network of Colorado (LINC)

 

For those who have experienced Childhood Sexual Abuse

Wings Foundation

Sungate Kids Advocacy Center

 

For those seeking Mental Health & Counseling Support (Crisis Hotlines)

All Health Network

Colorado Crisis Services

National Alliance on Mental Health