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.
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.
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.
CCASA provides leadership, advocacy, and support to address and prevent sexual violence.
Colorado communities promote safety, justice, and healing for survivors and foster healthy, respectful, consensual interactions.
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.
he Eating Disorder Foundation is a non-profit resource center to the general public and the medical community in the collective effort to prevent and eliminate eating disorders. The Foundation engages in education and advocacy initiatives together with timely support and help in identifying appropriate treatment options for individuals with eating disorders and their families.
The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation is a force of healing and hope for individuals, families and communities affected by addiction to alcohol and other drugs. It is the nation’s largest nonprofit treatment provider, with a legacy that began in 1949 and includes the 1982 founding of the Betty Ford Center.
Mental Health Center of Denver is a non-profit, 501(c)(3), community mental health organization providing comprehensive outpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment. It is a primary treatment center in Denver and surrounding areas, providing primary health care along with mental health …
The National Domestic Violence Hotline is available 24/7. They provide intervention, safety planning, information, and agency referrals.
“Dedicated to quality, accessible intervention and prevention services in workplaces and communities, focused on substance use and related issues.”
The Rose Andom Center is a place for domestic violence victims to find the safety, support, and services needed to rebuild their lives and heal their families.
YPR envisions a world where everyone can access the necessary resources to recover from substance use disorder. YPR’s mission is to provide the training and networks all individuals, families, and communities need to recover and maximize their full potential.