Asian Pacific Development Center
24-hour victim services that include bilingual and bicultural crisis counseling and intervention.
Denver Indian Health & Family Services (DIHFS)
Provides basic non-emergency medical care, diabetes case management, women's health, child/adolescent health, men's health, medication, exercise, nutrition, and behavioral health services for American Indians and Alaskan Natives living in the Denver Metro area.
Advocacy Services for Abused Deaf Women and Children in the Denver metro region.
TTY (303) 831-7874
Muslim Family Services of Colorado
Provides services while honoring Islamic models and Islamic teaching; services available include advocacy in the criminal justice system, crisis intervention and referrals to victims' service networks; counseling and short-term individual and family support for emergency needs.
Servicios de la Raza
Provides comprehensive services for the Hispanic community including counseling, advocacy, food/ clothing bank, mental health services, HIV case management, domestic violence services, and youth employment and educational support.
Aurora (Adams/Arapahoe): (303) 597-0464
Denver (Denver/Jefferson County): (303) 922-5205
Colorado Anti-Violence Project
Direct client services including crisis intervention, information, and referrals for LGBT victims of violence 24 hours a day.
Main: (303) 839-5204
24-hour hotline: 1-888-557-4441/ (303) 852-5094
Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Statewide information source regarding sexual violence prevention, education, and support.
Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance
COVA is a statewide membership organization committed to fairness and healing for crime victims, their families, and communities through leadership, education, and advocacy.
(303) 861-1160/ 1-888-557-4441
Denver Center for Crime Victims
General information and services for all victims of crime. Services include an emergency crime victim fund, a 24-hour crisis hotline, counseling, and support groups.
English 24-hour hotline: (303) 894-8000
Spanish: (303) 718-8289
Denver Children’s Advocacy Center
Serves children who have been sexually abused, neglected, or traumatized by violence. Provides friendly, family-supportive services in one central location.
Project Safeguard Offices
Support victims of domestic violence in legal advocacy, protection order assistance, court support, and crisis intervention.
Adams (Brighton): (303) 637-7761
Arapahoe (Aurora): (303) 344-9016
Arapahoe (Littleton):(303) 386 4324
Broomfield: (720) 887-2179
Denver: (303) 863-7233
Rape Assistance and Awareness Program
Metro-Denver's only rape crisis center which provides victim advocacy, counseling, secures medical treatment, legal support, job placement, housing and other services depending on client needs.
Office number: (303) 329-9922
Crisis Hotline (English): (303) 322-7273
Crisis Hotline (Spanish): (303) 329-0031
TTY: (303) 329-0023 9-5, M-F
Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence
Provide culturally relevant services for victims of interpersonal violence including emergency services, counseling, children’s services, legal advocacy, transitional services, and spiritual support.
Main: (303) 449-8623
Hotline: (303) 444-2424
Information and services for primary and secondary survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
(303) 238-8660/ 1-800-373-8671
Denver Police Department--Victim Assistance Unit (VAU)
Services include immediate intervention, support, and information to victims of crime. Victim Specialists are on call 24-hours a day and are dispatched to crime scenes, homes, hospitals, and any location where victimization may occur.
Division of Criminal Justice – Office for Victims' Programs (OVP)
Information about victims' and witnesses' rights including victim compensation.
(303) 239-5719/ (888)-282-1080
Boulder County: (303) 441-1000
Denver County: (720) 944-3000
Adams County: (303) 412-5212
Arapahoe County: (303) 636-1750
Douglas County: (303) 688-4825
Jefferson County: (303) 271-4131
For a more complete list of resources please refer to the Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance or please feel free to contact the RMvlc for any questions you may have about specific services.