You 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 Confidential Hotline
MESA offers free and confidential crisis counseling for survivors of all forms of sexual violence. You can call our 24-hour hotline (303-443-7300) to speak to a counselor or set up a time to meet one-on-one.
Short term, individual therapy and support groups are offered throughout the year. Fees for counseling are based on a sliding scale.
We focus as much on your long-term care and healing as we do on the immediate and short-term response. We understand that over time, different emotions and challenges may occur. So whether you recently experienced a sexual assault or are addressing an assault from you past, we are here to talk to you about your feelings. We can also provide referrals and counseling to survivors, family members, friends, and partners.
For information on the support groups or any of the victim services provided by MESA please contact the Client Services Department via email or at 303-443-0400.
Support through the Criminal Justice System:
- Support in making fully informed decisions about your reporting options.
- Provide referrals to seek legal advice and information.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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