SafeHouse Denver serves survivors of domestic violence and their children through an emergency shelter, a non-residential Counseling and Advocacy Center, and an Extended Stay Program. All of the adults, children and youth who come to SafeHouse Denver have access to a full range of bilingual programming, including individual counseling, group sessions, advocacy and safety planning. Learn more and get involved.
Like you, we are adapting to life in the time of COVID-19. For SafeHouse Denver, the biggest challenge is protecting survivors currently in our care, as well as staff, from the health risks outside our doors while also protecting those facing the threat of abuse inside their homes.
This Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, a SafeHouse Denver Domestic Violence Advocate who serves teen clients, as well as adult survivors whose abuse began in their teens, shares what they're experiencing and how they're working to overcome their abuse.
Five years ago, Sophie and her mom arrived on the doorstep of our Emergency Shelter. These days, their holidays are much brighter. Read how their lives changed as a result of their time at SafeHouse Denver.
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We are here! Our 24-Hour Crisis Line—303-318-9989—remains fully operational and our advocates continue to support and safety plan with clients over the phone. Our Non-Residential Counseling and Advocacy Center welcomes new clients and is providing counseling by phone during the COVID-19 Safer at Home Order.