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

Call (303) 443-7300. Counselors and in-person advocates are available day and night, seven days a week, and they:
  • Offer crisis counseling services by phone.
  • Accompany survivors to the hospital and to local police departments.
  • Provide 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
  • Service providers working with survivors

Victim Advocacy

Support through the Criminal Justice System
  • Respect your decision to report or not report to law enforcement
  • Support in making fully informed decisions about your reporting options and legal rights
  • Provide referrals to seek legal advice and information.

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

Medical Support:
  • Counselors and in-person advocates can provide information about medical care. They also meet survivors at the hospital for support and advocacy.

Therapy Services

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

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