• Access Aurora

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    303-739-7000
    Services: Information regarding city agencies and departments.
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  • Adams County Child Abuse Hotline

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    303-287-8831
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  • Adams County Department of Social Services

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    303-287-8831
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  • Arapahoe County Child Abuse Hotline

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    303-636-1750
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  • Arapahoe Department of Human Services

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    720-944-3666
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  • Denver County Child Abuse Hotline

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    720-944-3000
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  • Denver Department of Social Services

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    720-944-3666
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  • Rose Andom Center

    1330 Fox St, Denver, CO 80204
    (720)337-4400
    Services: For victims of domestic violence, services include: advocacy, children’s services, civil and criminal legal services, medical support, self-sufficiency and counseling services.
    Website: http://roseandomcenter.org/facility/

  • The Center for Trauma & Resilience

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    303-894-8000
    Services: If you are victim of a crime in Denver, CO and in need of support and services call the 24-hour hotline numbers.
    Website: http://traumahealth.org/

  • Colorado Network to End Human Trafficking (CoNEHT) Hotline

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    1-866-455-5075
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  • National Center of Missing & Exploited Children

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    (703) 224-2150
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  • National Human Trafficking Resource Center

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    1-888-373-7888
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  • Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance

    1325 S Colorado Blvd, Suite 508-B, Denver, CO 80222
    (303) 861-1160
    Services: Provide a broad range of services including case management for victims of trafficking,human trafficking training, and victim services internships. Services provided in English, Korean and Spanish – Website is in English.
    Website: http://www.coloradocrimevictims.org/

  • Denver Anti-Trafficking Alliance (DATA)

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    (888) 373-7888
    Services: Works to facilitate a victim-centered, multidisciplinary response to human trafficking through enhancing collaborative efforts and supporting trauma-informed services in addition to improving education and awareness and advancing public policy and advocac
    Website: http://www.denveralliance.org/

  • Restoration Project International

    1609 Havana St, Aurora, CO 80010
    (702) 907-1774
    Services: Restoration Resource Center provides a one-stop-shop of life skills education, mental health and social needs support. Microsoft Certification and Financial Management classes are also provided.
    Website: https://restorationpi.org/

  • Street’s Hope

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    (303) 433-2712
    Services: Provide a continuum of survivor-informed, evidence-based services designed to impact any person who has experienced sexual exploitation, including: case management, classes and support.
    Website: https://streetshope.org/

  • Families Forward Resource Center

    PO Box 39941, Denver, CO 80239
    (303) 307-0718
    Services: The Healthy Babies, Strong Families Program supports African American families address infant mortality by providing direct support to African American families. Services include family advocacy, home visitation, resource referral, infant resources counse
    Website: https://www.familiesforwardrc.org/

  • The Gabriel Project

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    (303) 742-0828
    Services: Provides material, spiritual and emotional support for families including diapers, wipes, clothes, blankets and formula and baby food. One-on-one meetings and referrals to housing, food, employment, education and parenting programs. Services provided in
    Website: https://ccdenver.org/gabriel-house/

  • Aurora Gabriel House

    13101 E Mississippi Ave, Bldg C1020, Aurora, CO 80012
    (720) 325-3216
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    Website: auroragabrielhouse@gmail.com

  • Denver Gabriel House

    1341 Oneida St, Denver, CO 80220
    (303) 377-1577
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    Website: gabrielhousedenver@gmail.com

  • Centro San Juan Diego Gabriel House

    2830 Lawrence St, Denver, CO 80205

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    Website: (720) 450-0788

  • Alternatives to Family Violence – Families

    Commerce City, Commerce City, CO
    303) 289-4441
    Services: Offers a domestic violence safehouse for women, with or without children experiencing domestic violence. Women may live at the shelter for up to 30 days. Provides case management,counseling, food, and clothing. Hours: 24 hours/7 days a week.
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  • Arising Hope Safe Shelter - Families

    Adams County, Adams County,
    (303) 280-3180
    Services: Offers safe emergency housing for women and their children (under 18) who are experiencing domestic violence. The shelter provides housing, bedding, food, clothing, personal hygiene items, basic medical items and other specialty items as necessary, free
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  • Family Tree, Inc

    3805 Marshall St, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
    (303) 422-2133
    Services: Provides services for children and adolescents in Adams and Douglas Country who have been abused or neglected and are not safe in their homes. Programs include family supportive services, stabilization serves, domestic violence services, homelessness prog
    Website: https://www.thefamilytree.org/

  • Gateway Battered Women's Services (Aurora) - Families

    Aurora, Aurora, CO
    (303) 343-1851
    Services: Offers emergency housing to women, with or without children, who are victims of domestic violence. Transgender individuals who identify as women are welcome. Must live in Aurora or Arapahoe County. The short-term facility can house up to 24. Residents can
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  • Latina SafeHouse

    PO Box 11174, Denver, CO 80211
    (303) 433-4470
    Services: Shelter for immigrant women. Services provided in English and Spanish - Website is in English and Spanish.
    Website: http://latinasafehouse.org/

  • SafeHouse Denver - Single Women

    Denver, Denver, CO

    Services: Provides shelter and services to single women and transgender individuals who identify as women, with or without children, who are in danger or are victims of domestic violence. Maximum shelter stay is 30 days, followed by reevaluation. Provides a 24-hour
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