Services for Sexual Assault Victims

blowYou have been through a traumatic experience and may need help dealing with the impact of the assault. Even if it happened a long time ago, it is never too late to talk to someone about it. You do not have to go through this alone.

Free 24-Hour Confidential Hotline

Counselors are available day and night, seven days a week and offer:

  • Counseling services by phone.
  • Accompany survivors to the hospital and local police departments.
  • Information and referrals to legal resources, medical care, counseling options, and other community resources.

Who calls the 24-Hour Hotline?

  • Those who have experienced sexual assault;
  • Those who are struggling with the trauma of past sexual assault(s), incest, or childhood sexual abuse;
  • Those who are not sure if they have been sexually assaulted;
  • Friends, family, caregivers or partners of survivors who want to learn about sexual assault and how to help their loved ones; and
  • Service providers working with survivors, who have questions or concerns

Victim Advocacy

Support through the Criminal Justice System: 

  • Support in making fully informed decisions about your reporting options.
  • Provide referrals to seek legal advice and information.

Medical Support:

Counselors provide information about medical care and also meet survivors at the hospital for support and advocacy.

For inquiries about applying for Victim Compensation, please contact Martha Hawkinson at 303-443-0400 or by email:

Therapy Services

If you are seeking information about therapy services, please visit the Mental Health Partners website.

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