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Advocacy Denver is a non-profit, civil right advocacy organization serving children, teens with disabilities and adults with developmental or intellectual disabilities — and their families.
Our Work
We provide an active voice to those seeking assistance, guidance, access and support in areas of education, health care, legal services, housing, transportation or financial guidance. Where other organizations focus on creating adaptive opportunities with existing programs or services, we concentrate on listening and providing support based on the individual’s needs, choices or objectives.
Our primary goal is to help individuals and families secure the specific opportunities they are seeking while simultaneously working with other organizations and government agencies to create policy change for the constituents we serve.
We work directly with adults and children to help them face a wide variety of personal challenges related to developmental or intellectual disabilities. We also fight for them on a systemic level, providing counsel and recommendations for Colorado policymakers who can positively impact our constituency.
We offer comprehensive solutions that help individuals with disabilities find the right balance of support and independence for fulfilled, satisfying lives. As the individuals, families and organizations with whom we work find confidence, self-respect and accomplishment, our communities benefit and thrive.
Our History
Advocacy Denver, a local affiliate of the Arc National organization, was originally known as “The Arc of Denver.” The organization was founded in 1954 by a group of parents of children with cognitive disabilities and was one of the first Arcs in the United States. The Arc of Denver formally changed its name to Advocacy Denver in 2009. Since its inception, Advocacy Denver has been fully committed to ensuring that Denver County residents with intellectual or developmental disabilities and their families have access to integrated supports and systems that ensure that they are able to lead healthy, active lives in the community.
What is “Advocacy”?
Advocacy is defined by princeton.edu as the active support of an idea or cause, etc.; especially the act of pleading or arguing for something. Here at Advocacy Denver, we support our constituents by listening to and learning about their individual needs and by assisting them in navigating the complex systems of available benefits.

Advocates for Victims of Assault was founded in 1979, out of a need to support victims of domestic violence. As our community has grown we have expanded our services to include victims of sexual assault, stalking, and other trauma. Local law enforcement our hospital, and community members continue to use our confidential 24-hour crisis hotline and advocacy services as a critical resource. In 1996, we opened our first safe house, which has consistently been occupied by survivors in crisis seeking refuge. Advocates is open to all. Regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, color, immigration status, sexual orientation, sex, gender identity or gender expression, marital status, religion, veterans status, disability, genetic information or any other status protected through ordinance or law…you are welcome here.
Our advocacy services include assistance in navigating the legal system, referrals to community resources, and information about the dynamics typically present in violent relationships.
In the effort to reduce violence in our community we provide outreach and education in our local schools, businesses, and to the general public. We also work closely with the criminal justice system to increase accountability for perpetrators, and to ensure that the rights of victims are respected

128 Market St, Alamosa, CO 81101, USA

Valley-Wide Health Systems is committed to providing, high-quality, safe, effective and integrated health care services in a respectful and inclusive manner for all with special consideration for medically underserved populations.

1710 First St, Alamosa, CO 81101, USA

Valley-Wide Health Systems is committed to providing, high-quality, safe, effective and integrated health care services in a respectful and inclusive manner for all with special consideration for medically underserved populations.

128 Market St, Alamosa, CO 81101, USA

Valley-Wide Health Systems is committed to providing, high-quality, safe, effective and integrated health care services in a respectful and inclusive manner for all with special consideration for medically underserved populations.

2926 Zuni St #202, Denver, CO 80211

The purpose of this Central Office is to receive, distribute and follow up on calls for help, to answer inquiries about AA, to cooperate with local public information committees, maintain information about local hospitals and recovery facilities for alcoholics, to provide local AA meeting lists, to provide a newsletter, and to order, sell and distribute AA literature

Who We Are & What We Do
ALIGHT is a 501(c)(3) startup nonprofit based in Colorado that connects human trafficking survivors to an army of lawyers through innovative technology. Our team is comprised of a dedicated group of professional volunteers with expertise in law, technology and human trafficking.
WE BELIEVE …
ALIGHT believes in unlocking a fresh start for survivors of human trafficking. We strive to create a world where every survivor connects to a mobilized legal network to rebuild and thrive. Through innovative technology, we connect survivors to an army of pro bono lawyers who help survivors overcome legal problems so they can achieve justice on their own terms – whether that means child custody, clear criminal records or resolved identity theft – to have a path out of the cycle of violence and vulnerability that entraps them.

The mission of the Alliance Against Family Violence & Sexual Assault is to stop domestic violence and sexual assault in Kern County and assist survivors in reclaiming their lives. Our purpose as an agency is to make a difference in our community by providing expertise in dealing with domestic violence and sexual assault and ensuring the safety and well-being of victims and their children by providing services that address their individual needs and prepare them for self-sufficiency.

Mission Statement

It is our mission at Alternative Homes for Youth (AHFY) to teach, support, and model healthy life skills to youth and families by providing therapeutic and educational interventions to end violence.

Overview

Alternative Homes for Youth (AHFY) specializes in transforming the effects of trauma, neglect, and abuse in the lives of children. Our commitment is to respond to the needs of the community and our clients by integrating current research to create individualized treatment plans and multi-modal treatment approaches which are adaptive, vital, and effective.  We provide residential, community transitional and day treatment services.

Mission Statement: Alternatives for Youth’s mission is to promote success of youth by instilling values that lead to positive choices and positive community impact and by encouraging social, cultural, and self-development. We achieve our mission through our core programs which include working closely with families, schools and courts to provide early substance abuse intervention services to area youth and their families.

Year founded: 1985

Programs: • I THRIVE-an early intervention program for adolescents with substance abuse problems and their families through a systemic and family oriented approach and multi-dimensional therapy to help the adolescent recover and to help the family as a whole heal.

Populations Served: All Populations, Children and Youth, Family

 

Alternatives To Violence (ATV) is a non-profit serving Southern Larimer County with a SafeHouse and as victim’s rights advocates. We service any victim of violent crime and specialize in domestic violence and sexual assault.

  • Alternatives to Violence is an important part of the Loveland and southern Larimer county community. The services that we provide to survivors of violent crime are critical to the health of our neighborhood. We want to help you begin the healing process so that you can begin living again. Whether you are a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault, primary or secondary (witness) of violence, we want to help.

Angel Eyes provides bereavement support to families whose lives have been impacted by the sudden, unexpected death of an infant or toddler, including SIDS, SUID, SUDC, miscarriage and stillbirth loss. We offer free professional bereavement counseling, a support group, peer connections, and community referrals to those who are grieving.

Our services are offered to adults, children, and couples who are searching to find meaning after the devastating loss of their precious infant or toddler. Angel Eyes helps those grieving get through the trauma, redefine who they are and find the path to recovery. We understand that parents and their loved ones have very special needs during this time and we do not want anyone to go through the death of their infant or toddler alone.

Angel Eyes provides bereavement services in all cases of sudden, unexpected infant and toddler death with the only exception being cases where there is parental involvement in the criminal justice system (e.g., homicides, assault, criminal neglect) as a result of the death.

In addition to the bereavement services, Angel Eyes also provides a comprehensive array of risk reduction and awareness services concerning sudden, unexpected infant and toddler death which includes but is not limited to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID), and Sudden Unexpected Death of a Child (SUDC).

History

Helping families and others cope with the sudden, unexpected death of an infant or toddler, while raising awareness, providing education and supporting research regarding sudden, unexpected infant and toddler death, including SIDS, SUID, SUDC, miscarriage and stillbirth loss.

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Substance Use and Recovery Services

750 W. Hampden Ave. Suite 450 Englewood, CO 80110

REACH, Relationships Expanding a Childs Horizons is a program for children with incarcerated parents. Their programs include community and sports programs. Contact for more information.

PO Box 18951 Denver, CO 80218

Blue Bench is focused on eliminating sexual assault and diminishing its impact by providing issue advocacy, prevention, and care.

CAAP: The Colorado Association of Addiction Professionals (also known as SACC: Society of Addiction Counselors of Colorado) is the state affiliate for NAADAC (National Association for Addiction Professionals).

CAAP’s mission is to be an active organization that represents clinicians and other professionals who work with members of our communities struggling with substance misuse and addictive behavior disorders.

CAAP advocates for excellence along the entire continuum of care: prevention, detox, treatment, and recovery support.

CAAP accomplishes its mission through advocacy, community engagement, business development, training, and education.

Celebrate Recovery is a life changing Christ-based 12 step Recovery program.

220 S Worth St, Center, CO 81125, USA

Valley-Wide Health Systems is committed to providing, high-quality, safe, effective and integrated health care services in a respectful and inclusive manner for all with special consideration for medically underserved populations.

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We believe our health care system should work for all Coloradans.
So, we bring people together to ensure factors like race, income, and ZIP code don’t determine a person’s access to care and opportunity to live a healthy life. When we uncover commonsense solutions to these complex challenges, we get closer to ensuring our health care system works for everyone. Because when our neighbors are healthy, our communities prosper, and Colorado is stronger.

325 N. El Paso St, Colorado Springs, CO 80903

The Center on Fathering provides materials and training for fathers exiting the prison system or with past issues of domestic violence. Call or write to enroll in a class.

186 Hurt St, Center, CO 81125, USA

Valley-Wide Health Systems is committed to providing, high-quality, safe, effective and integrated health care services in a respectful and inclusive manner for all with special consideration for medically underserved populations.

7520 Grant Pl, Arvada, CO 80002

Cocaine Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from their addiction.

1585 Kingston St, Aurora, CO 80010

Colfax Community Center helps families living in transitional housing. They sponsor events throughout the month that help their members overcome struggles/

The lived experience of many Coloradans isn’t always reflected in the headlines about our robust and growing economy. Research and policy analysis provide a foundation for our policy proposals and informs the public about important issue that affect the health, well-being and economic security of Coloradans.
Through research and policy analysis, we inform the policy dialogue across the state and develop ideas to bridge the gaps in our economy, so all Coloradans have the chance to thrive.
CCLP works in partnership with the advocacy community to provide the data and analysis that support meaningful policy change, like the initiative to increase the minimum wage to $12 by 2020. To better understand the terms and implications of subprime loans, we partnered with the Center for Responsible Lending and the Bell Policy Center to review nearly 200 collection cases filed by a large lender against delinquent borrowers in Denver County Court and published the findings in a report.
We are a trusted resource for media coverage on how the Colorado economy is performing for people across the income spectrum. Our annual State of Working Colorado is widely acknowledged as a barometer of how Colorado’s economy works for everyone.
You can find plenty of examples of our work in research policy and analysis in Resources and Publications.

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789 Sherman St., Suite 300 Denver CO, 80203
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1330 Fox St., Suite 3 Denver, CO 80204

The Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence is not a direct service organization, but they will provide connections to local domestic violence programs.

1330 Fox St., Suite 2 Denver, CO 80204

CCASA provides information and services for victims and survivors of sexual assault.

About Us

History & Purpose

The Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CCASA) was founded in 1984 as a 501(c)3 nonprofit to be the collective voice of rape crisis advocates across the state of Colorado. Today, our membership includes over 100 sexual assault survivors, victim advocates, rape crisis centers, dual domestic violence and sexual assault programs, law enforcement agencies, prosecutors, public health agencies, college and university campuses, medical professionals, offender treatment programs, public officials, as well as other organizations and concerned individuals throughout Colorado. As a statewide coalition, CCASA supports our members, partners, and the broader community through technical assistance, training, information and referrals, educational materials, statewide systems change, and public policy education and advocacy.

Mission Statement

CCASA provides leadership, advocacy, and support to address and prevent sexual violence.

Our Vision

Colorado communities promote safety, justice, and healing for survivors and foster healthy, respectful, consensual interactions.

2130 Stout St, Denver, CO 80205

Provides housing, healthcare, and support for homeless individuals and families.

The Coalition is a national leader in providing integrated, housing, health care, vocational and supportive services, creating lasting solutions to homelessness.

1905 Sherman St # 400, Denver, CO 80203

Offers help with civil legal matters free of charge for low-income people.

What to expect when you contact Colorado Crisis Services If you don’t know where to begin getting help with a mental health, substance use or emotional concern for yourself or someone you know—start here.

603 Main St., Alamosa 81101

Colorado Legal Services strives to provide meaningful access to high quality, civil legal services in the pursuit of justice for as many low-income persons and members of vulnerable populations throughout Colorado as possible.

315 W. South Boulder Rd., Suite 205,Louisville 80027

Colorado Legal Services strives to provide meaningful access to high quality, civil legal services in the pursuit of justice for as many low-income persons and members of vulnerable populations throughout Colorado as possible.

617 S Nevada Ave., CO Springs 80903

Colorado Legal Services strives to provide meaningful access to high quality, civil legal services in the pursuit of justice for as many low-income persons and members of vulnerable populations throughout Colorado as possible.

1905 Sherman St., Suite 400, Denver 80203

Colorado Legal Services strives to provide meaningful access to high quality, civil legal services in the pursuit of justice for as many low-income persons and members of vulnerable populations throughout Colorado as possible.

835 E. 2nd Ave, #300, Durango 81301

Colorado Legal Services strives to provide meaningful access to high quality, civil legal services in the pursuit of justice for as many low-income persons and members of vulnerable populations throughout Colorado as possible.

211 West Magnolia Street, Ft. Collins 80521

Colorado Legal Services strives to provide meaningful access to high quality, civil legal services in the pursuit of justice for as many low-income persons and members of vulnerable populations throughout Colorado as possible.

602 Galena St., Frisco 80443

Colorado Legal Services strives to provide meaningful access to high quality, civil legal services in the pursuit of justice for as many low-income persons and members of vulnerable populations throughout Colorado as possible.

200 N 6th St., Suite 203, Grand Junction 81501

Colorado Legal Services strives to provide meaningful access to high quality, civil legal services in the pursuit of justice for as many low-income persons and members of vulnerable populations throughout Colorado as possible.

912 8th Ave., Greeley 80631

Colorado Legal Services strives to provide meaningful access to high quality, civil legal services in the pursuit of justice for as many low-income persons and members of vulnerable populations throughout Colorado as possible.

150 W. Jackson Ave, #1A Hayden 81639

Colorado Legal Services strives to provide meaningful access to high quality, civil legal services in the pursuit of justice for as many low-income persons and members of vulnerable populations throughout Colorado as possible.

10 West 3rd Street, La Junta 81050

Colorado Legal Services strives to provide meaningful access to high quality, civil legal services in the pursuit of justice for as many low-income persons and members of vulnerable populations throughout Colorado as possible.

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