Victim Assistance Resources


Denver Police Department (before criminal charges are filed)
Victim Assistance Unit
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Center for Trauma and Resilience
Provides free services to those affected by crime and the resulting trauma. Crimes include: arson, assault, burglary, caregiver abuse, child abuse/neglect, domestic violence, elder abuse, fraud, gang-related crimes, home invasion, harassment, hate crimes, homicide, kidnapping, questionable death, robbery, sexual assault/incest/retrospective sexual
assault, stalking, suicide/attempted suicide and vandalism.

Serviçios de la Raza

Asian Pacific Development Center

ONE Colorado—LGBTQ Assistance

Survivors Organizing for Liberation (formerly CO Anti-Violence Program)
Provides freed survivor support, legal assistance, health & wellness providers and coverage referrals and other resources for LGBTQ citizens and crime victims.

Statewide hotline: 888-557-4441

Denver Indian Health & Family Services
DIHFS offers health and behavioral health services.

Mothers Against Drunk Driving(MADD)
Provides services to victims of drugged or drunk driving and their families.

LINC (Legal Information Network of Colorado)
Provides confidential, no-cost legal information for victims of crime in the Denver Metro area.
720-583-2929 (Help Line)

Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center
Provides free legal assistance to victims of violent crime to help enforce their rights under the Victims’ Rights Act.

Mile High United Way
Provides information on a variety of resources in the community including housing and financial assistance
Call 211

  • Housing & Shelter
  • Food Assistance
  • Legal Assistance
  • Employment
  • Health Services
  • Mental Health & Addiction
  • Crisis & Emergency
  • Child Care & Education
  • Aging & Disability
  • Basic Needs & Financial

Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance (COVA)

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless
Provides a variety of assistance and support programs for people who are homeless.

Child and Youth Abuse Resources

The Denver Children’s Advocacy Center

Offers programs for children who have been physically or sexually abused.

Project PAVE
Works with teens, parents, teachers, and the community to prevent violence. Provides therapy and family advocacy.

SafeHouse Denver
Assists adults, children, and youth experiencing domestic violence.  Emergency 24 hours/7 days a week shelter for battered women and children and other clients.
303-318-9989 (Crisis Line)
303-318-9959 (Admin)

Denver Department of Human Services

Tennyson Center for Children
Provides residential, therapeutic, and education services to Colorado children ages 5-18 who are victims of abuse or neglect or have mental health or developmental issues.

Mental Health Resources

Colorado Crisis Services
Provides a 24/7 confidential telephone services for mental health or substance abuse crisis.

Center for Trauma and Resilience
303-894-8000 (hotline)
303-860-0660 (Admin)

Mental Health Center of Denver
Assists the Denver community with treatment, support and prevention related to mental health.


Denver District Attorney
370 17th Street
Suite 5300
Denver, Colorado 80202

Main phone number: 720-913-9000
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