Your internet use may be monitored by your abuser. You can click on “EXIT” at any time to be taken to www.weather.com. This will not delete your search history, so make sure to delete your history if you need to. Be aware that someone can press “back,” and it will go back to this page.
The Initiative is a fully remote victim advocacy organization providing services to people experiencing violence or abuse. We are not an emergency shelter. In some cases, our Victim Advocates may require up to two (2) business days to contact you. We thank you for your patience. Please note that we ONLY serve people currently residing in Colorado.
Please see below for a list of the services we provide. This list is not exhaustive and we try to meet the needs of each survivor who contacts us. Please click on the Intake Form link to start the process of working with a Victim Advocate.
• Safety planning for individuals still living with their abuser
• Safety planning for individuals who have left their abuser
• Address Confidentiality Program support and assistance
• Relocation support and assistance
• Support in affordable housing search
• Direct financial assistance (when available)
• Public benefits application support
Legal System Support
• Referrals for legal support
• Assistance and accompaniment to file a police report
• Court accompaniment
• Victim Compensation support
Substance Use Disorder Support
• Naloxone distribution and opioid overdose training
The Initiative is not an emergency service. Should you need urgent support after business hours (9am-5pm, M-F), please contact the following resources:
SafeHouse Denver | (303) 318-9989 | https://safehouse-denver.org/
National Domestic Violence Hotline | 800-799-7233 | https://www.thehotline.org/
The Suicide Prevention Lifeline | 800-273-8255 | https://988lifeline.org/