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Arkansas Valley Resource Center provides services to all victims of crimes and their loved ones in Brent, Crowley, and Otero Counties. Sexual assault services include 24-hour crisis intervention, court and hospital accompaniment, legal advocacy, individual and group counseling for survivors and family members, as well as information and referrals for additional assistance.
Service area: Bent, Crowley and Otero Counties
Work with: All survivors of sexual violence and their family members.
Services for survivors during incarceration include: crisis intervention via the 24-hour hotline, or by email; hospital accompaniment during forensic exams; court accompaniment and legal accompaniment for sexual assault cases; in-person services such as peer counseling in youth detention centers and/or prisons, and we provide information and referrals.
Services for survivors after release include: All available services can be provided after incarceration.
Services for loved ones include: All of above
Fees: No fees.
Additional Information: Interpretation is available upon request.
The Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CCASA) is a statewide coalition of individuals and organizations working together for freedom from sexual violence. As the collective voice of sexual assault survivors and those who support and serve them, CCASA’s mission is to ensure that those impacted by sexual violence are treated with dignity and respect and have full access to quality services and resources. CCASA works with agencies throughout the state and is able to provide victims, family members, and friends with information and resources so that they can find the help that they need.
The High Plains Sexual Assault Center provides direct services to survivors of sexual assault in Logan, Morgan, Washington, Yuma, Philips, Segwick, and Kit Carson Counties. Services include crisis intervention and counseling, personal and courtroom advocacy, information and referral, victim notification, and assistance with victim compensation and protection orders for survivors. All services are free and confidential.
110 Riverview Road, Room 116
P.O. Box 106
Sterling, CO 80751
24-hour toll-free hotline
The Moving to End Sexual Assault (MESA) team serves the needs of all survivors of sexual assault, as well as their family and friends in Boulder County. MESA serves individuals by providing crisis intervention, counseling, advocacy, and information and referrals. Services provided include: 24-hour crisis phone line for survivors of sexual assault, crisis intervention and support, emergency room advocacy and support during Sexual Assault Nurse Exams, accompaniment to law enforcement interviews and through criminal justice proceedings, and support groups 1-2 times per year (groups are available for adolescent, male, and female survivors). Individual therapy is available on a very limited basis, with referrals to licensed counselors and therapists in the community available at all times.
The Sexual Assault Victim Advocate Center (SAVA) provides confidential crisis counseling, support, education, and advocacy to individual affected by sexual violence in Larimer and Weld Counties. SAVA is comprised of specially trained victim advocates who are on-call 24 hours a day for emergency services or to answer questions about sexual assault. SAVA provides 24-hour hotline counseling; crisis intervention; information and referrals; outreach and services to family members and friends who are wondering how to help; emotional support to survivors and their significant others during medical examinations, evidence collection, and the legal processes including law enforcement interviews and court appearances; and peer support groups for men, women, families, and friends affected by sexual violence. SAVA provides ongoing emotional support to survivors and their significant others and can provide referrals for professional counseling and medical treatment. Services are provided on a sliding scale and are available to men and women in both English and Spanish. Se habla español.
331 South Meldrum
Fort Collins, CO 80521
office (Larimer County)
office (Weld County)
24-hour toll-free hotline
TESSA is the primary agency dedicated solely to the issues of domestic violence and sexual assault in El Paso and Teller Counties in Colorado. TESSA offers a wide variety of prevention, intervention, and treatment services to survivors of domestic and sexual including crisis intervention, counseling, emergency shelter, and victim advocacy.
P.O. Box 2662
Colorado Springs, CO 80901
24-hour crisis line (TDD)
The Blue Bench is the only rape crisis center serving metro-Denver and offers services that assist survivors of sexual assault, as well as their loved ones and concerned friends. The Blue Bench’s victim services programs are designed to help survivors of sexual assault at every point in the healing process. The Blue Bench’s rape crisis hotlines provide crisis intervention, referrals, and information on issues concerning sexual assault and abuse. Other services include victim advocacy and a wide array of counseling options (group and individual). The Blue Bench’s counsels rape and incest survivors throughout metro-Denver via 3 offices: downtown, southeast suburbs, and north suburbs. Free childcare and transportation to and from counseling sessions are available. All services are available in English and Spanish as well as for the hearing impaired and physically disabled communities. All services are free and confidential.
Service Area: Denver Metro Area. Correctional facilities in Denver county, Douglas county, Arapahoe county, Jefferson county, Adams county, Broomfield county
Works with: All survivors of sexual assault (including women, men, gender non-conforming, transgender, and youth 13 years and older). We also provide a workshop for secondary survivors (family, friends, partners, loved ones of survivors of sexual assault).
Services for survivors during incarceration include: Crisis intervention via the 24-hour hotline, by mail or by email; hospital accompaniment during forensic exams; court accompaniment and legal accompaniment for sexual assault cases
Services for survivors after release include: All services above as well as individual therapy and group therapy
Services for loved ones include: A workshop called Someone I Love for all secondary survivors (17 years of age and older)
Fees: We take Crime Victim Compensation and do a donation based sliding scale for therapy services. The scale ranges from $0-$35 a session but we never turn anyone away for inability to pay.
Additional Information: Case Management, Resource Navigation, Therapy, and the 24 hour hotline are all offered in English and Spanish. The Blue Bench does not work with sex offenders.
The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) is responsible for investigating criminal activity and professional standards violations occurring within the Department of Corrections. Investigators are Certified Peace Officers who are sworn to protect and serve the people of the State of Colorado by promoting public safety, the safety of DOC staff and inmates, protecting property, and enforcing the laws within the State of Colorado. Prisoners who have been sexually assaulted in a Colorado Department of Corrections facility can contact the Office of the Inspector General by writing to the address above to report the assault and any concerns regarding the handling of investigations into such abuse.
2862 South Circle Drive
Colorado Springs, CO 80906-4101
The Metropolitan Lawyer Referral Service, Inc. (MLRS) is a non-profit public service sponsored by the bar associations of and serving the counties of Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Denver, Douglas, Jefferson, Larimer, and the city of Aurora, Colorado. MLRS is designed to assist persons who are able to pay normal and customary attorney fees. When you call the MLRS office, you will speak with a trained staff counselor who will help you determine the nature of your legal matter. The counselors are trained to help you decide if you require legal help, or if a community service or governmental agency better serves your needs. If your legal matter does require the services of an attorney, the counselor will arrange an appointment for you with an attorney member who has experience in handling your type of situation. You will have up to one-half hour to discuss your legal matter. The fee for the initial half-hour office conference is $35. You and the attorney are under no obligation to go beyond the initial conference. The fee for any additional service should be arranged between you and the attorney during your initial meeting.