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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.
SafeHouse Denver's Director of Counseling & Advocacy Services, Abby Hansen, LCSW, shares the innovative ways we are engaging teens in discussions about dating abuse.
Creating a safe work environment for employees who experience domestic violence is just as essential as any other safety plan.
SafeHouse Denver is thrilled to announce that Cassidy “DJ Bedz” Bednark is the 2018 Susan Noble Community Impact Award Recipient. The award will be presented at The Hope Gala on October 13th at The Art Hotel.
Over the years, SafeHouse Denver staff and volunteers have heard many amazing stories about why people choose to support this work. Whether they’ve been supporting survivors for a day or a decade, everyone has a reason why.
As we enter Sexual Assault Awareness Month (#SAAM), it is important to shine a light on a part of domestic violence that is often not discussed – sexual abuse.
But when he started to control their finances, listened in on her personal phone calls, and began to physically threaten her, she felt as if she was losing herself.
SafeHouse Denver is very proud to announce that we’ve purchased our Extended Stay facility and plan to be operational by June.
Audrey will continue to visit SafeHouse Denver and work with her advocate to safety plan with her school and family to help her care for her daughter as she reclaims her life.
Only a few minutes. That’s all it will take for you to make a gift that will change the lives of someone like Juliana and her daughter. Will you take those few minutes to make a gift today and change the lives of the adults and children who are residing at the Emergency Shelter this holiday season?
Today is the day! Colorado’s largest one-day online giving movement, Colorado Gives Day, is here and survivors of domestic violence need your support.
Despite her hard work and sheer determination, Isabella has found it increasingly difficult to find housing she can afford.
More than 100 Bank of America leaders, non-profit organization representatives, and SafeHouse Denver Board and Staff members gathered at the Denver Art Museum on Monday to learn that SafeHouse Denver had been selected for this prestigious award.