We are very pleased to be a partner for this amazing support platform. The One Place program offers multiple services from a host of support and domestic violence organizations that was created by the 18th Judaical Circuits Advocates office and others. The program provides a safe place where survivors can address their many needs associated with breaking the cycle. Everything from legal, banking, mental health, food, children's needs and more is provided during these events.
To provide better assistance, 2 events per month are available to verified domestic violence survivors. Locations and times are available in the private section as these are not general public events and invite only.
The Ally Remembered Foundation also provides a secure and private member group for everyone involved in the program to stay in contact, access resources and receive special event notifications. The One Place group is available through our website and on Iphone/Android on our app. Details for access will be provided by the program administrators.
Organizations onsite include:
Services include application assistance for the Address Confidentiality Program, assistance with civil
protection orders, weekly divorce/custody clinics, safety planning, and community referrals.
Gateway Domestic Violence Services
The overall mission of Gateway Domestic Violence Services is to prevent and eliminate intimate partner violence through counseling, residential care and empowering people for social change.
Aurora Mental Health
Available to conduct brief screenings and/or schedule a first appointment with a therapist in one of their offices.
Colorado Access (Medicaid)
Will provide application assistance and member services, Long Term Services and Supports (LTSS)
Tri-County Health Department
WIC, Smoking Cessation, Diabetes Prevention, Healthy Communities, Immunizations and Family Planning
Benefits & Child Support Division, Community Development & Prevention Program
Asian Pacific Development Center
Provides case management, direct services and referrals.
Justice and Mercy Legal Aid Clinic
Intake and screening for civil legal needs.
STRIDE Community Health Center is your neighborhood health care provider in Denver Metro, Colorado. When you need a clinic near you, we'll be there.
Denver Children’s Advocacy Center was founded in 1995 after over 300 professionals in Denver came together to report that child victims of sexual abuse and domestic violence were “falling through the cracks” in a system that was supposed to help them.
Each day at Mile High Behavioral Healthcare we bring a caring, seamless continuum of behavioral healthcare to the most vulnerable in our community—offering affordable care and shelter services with focused programs to address life challenges.
Servicios de La Raza serves as an integral chamber in the heart of Metro Denver’s Latinx community. Our trusted hands are an accessible community resource, strategically linked with churches, schools, and myriad private, public sector agencies in a collaborative effort weaving an unbreakable web of support for the community.
The Center for Trauma & Resilience provides culturally and linguistically responsive programs, health promotion and crime prevention.
At The Blue Bench, we offer free to low-cost services like therapy, case management for sexual assault survivors.
The Victim Compensation program is fully funded through fines collected from adults and juveniles who have been convicted of crimes, including traffic offenses. Awards to victims are made by the Crime Victim Compensation Board of the District, whose three members are volunteer citizens appointed by the District Attorney.
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