Moving to End Sexual Assault – MESA services Boulder and Broomfield Counties
Boulder and Broomfield Counties Victim Hotline
24-Hour Hotline – 303-443-7300
Counselors answer the 24-Hour English/ Spanish Hotline (303) 443.7300. Counselors provide one-on-one help with medical care, reporting options, available community services and emotional support.
Volunteer In-Person Advocates are available to accompany Survivors to the police station and Emergency room. Advocates can explain your options and provide emotional support, criminal justice advocacy, and information regarding crime-related financial compensation. For immediate in-person advocacy call our 24-hour hotline at 303-443-7300.
Denver Colorado Victim Hotlines
If you are in Denver please call RAAP, here are their rape crisis hotline numbers:
24-hour English-speaking Sexual Assault hotline – 303-322-7273
24-hour Spanish-speaking Sexual Assault hotline – 303-329-0031
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Sexual Assault hotline – 303-329-0023 (M-F 9-5)
National Victim Hotlines
24-hour National Sexual Assault hotline – 800-656-4673
If you do not feel you can talk to someone on the phone, we encourage you to use the National Sexual Assault Online website
At Moving to End Sexual Assault we are here to provide support, answer questions and provide information 24/ 7, 365 days a year for Boulder and Broomfield Counties. The calls to our hotline are free. For anyone who has experienced a sexual assault, please call our Sexual Assault Hotline at 303.443.7300 (English and/ or Spanish). The M.E.S.A. hotline is confidential. We use RELAY Colorado for those who are deaf and hard of hearing.
Who Calls the MESA Crisis Hotline?
- Those who have experienced rape or sexual assault
- Those who are struggling with the trauma of past sexual assaults, incest, or childhood sexual assault
- Those who are not sure they have been sexually assaulted
- Friends, family, or partners of survivors who want to learn more about sexual assault and how to help their loved one
- Service providers working with survivors
- Anyone who has experienced a recent sexual assault (within the past 5 – 7 days), and is needing immediate support at the hospital or with regard to reporting. Our Hotline Advocates are available 24 hours a day to accompany you to the hospital. Our advocates can also provide initial support and help you understand and consider your options and available resources.
- You do not have to be in crisis to call the hotline. We are here to offer support and information no matter where you are in the healing process. If you have a question, would like to make a referral, or need more information about the issue or our services, feel free to call us! All callers may remain anonymous if they prefer to do so.
Our Hotline staff
- Keeps your information confidential and private.
- Can help you with safety planning.
- Can offer referrals to counseling, legal services, housing and other support.
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