Community Directory

For assistance you may contact the victim services program that serves the city in which the crime occurred.

If not listed below, contact your local law enforcement agency and ask to speak with someone in their victim assistance program.

Additional Resources: Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Other Local Community-based Victim Services Programs - Hotlines, Support Groups, Interpretation Services

Victim Services Units
Jefferson and Gilpin Counties

  • Arvada Police Department
    Victim Advocate 303-202-2196
  • Black Hawk Police Department
    Victim Advocate 303-582-5926
  • Broomfield Police Department
    Victim Advocate 303-438-6429
  • Central City Police Department
    Victim Advocate 303-582-5926
  • Colorado State Patrol
    Victim Advocate 303-273-1618
  • Colorado School of Mines
    Victim Advocate 303-202-2196
  • Edgewater Police Department
    Victim Advocate 303-202-2196
  • Gilpin County Sheriff
    Victim Advocate 303-582-5926


  • Golden Police Department
    Victim Advocate 303-202-2196
  • Jefferson County Sheriff
    Victim Advocate 303-271-5339
  • Lakeside Police Department
    Victim Advocate 303-202-2196
  • Lakewood Police Department
    Victim Advocate 303-987-7191
  • Morrison Police Department
    Victim Advocate 303-202-2196
  • Mountain View Police Department
    Victim Advocate 303-202-2196
  • Red Rocks Police Department
    Victim Advocate 303-987-7191
  • Victim Outreach Incorporated
    Serves Arvada, Wheat Ridge, Golden, Edgewater, Lakeside, Morrison, Mountain View and the Colorado School of Mines
  • Westminster Police Department
    Victim Advocate 303-430-2400x4210


Local resources specific to
Domestic Violence Related Crimes

  • Colorado Anti-Violence Program (AVI)
  • Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence
    303-831-9632 (CCADV)
  • Domestic Violence Initiative (DVI)
  • Family Tree -
    Roots of Change (formerly Women in Crisis (WIC))
    Legal Clinic
    Restraining Order Clinic
    Karlis Family Center
    Gemini Shelter


Local resources for the crime of Sexual Assault


Other Local Community-based Victim Services Programs - Hotlines, Support Groups, Interpretation Services

  • Asian Pacific Development Center- 303-393-0304 x19 -
    Committed to providing culturally appropriate health, mental health, and related services to our communities. We employ a holistic approach to address the total well-being of individuals and families. APDC also understands there continues to be barriers of language, culture, and generational issues underlying social determinants that impact well-being.
  • Compassionate Friends
    303-281-8452 -
    The Compassionate Friends provides highly personal comfort, hope, and support to every family experiencing the death of a son or a daughter, a brother or a sister, or a grandchild, and helps others better assist the grieving family.
  • Heartbeat - 303-755-2679
    Grief Support Following Suicide
  • Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
    800-438-6233 -
    Many victims of impaired driving crashes have had their lives turned upside down and they often need support. That is why MADD offers direct victim services at no charge to those dealing with the aftermath of a crash.
  • Parents of Murdered Children (POMC)
    303-772-6004 -
    For the families and friends of those who have died by violence
  • Servicios de la Raza
    303-953-5930 -
    Programs include HIV/AIDS case management and mental health therapy, basic emergency services, food bank, client advocacy, children’s clothing, youth programming for ages 16-21, mental health counseling, benefits acquisition and domestic violence victim services.
  • Senior Resource Center
    303-238-8151 -
    A community partner providing person-focused, coordinated services to enhance independence, dignity and quality of life for seniors.
  • Angel Eyes - formerly Colorado SIDS
    Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
    Provides accurate, culturally competent information and education to the Colorado community regarding SIDS and other sudden, unexpected infant and toddler deaths, while advocating for maternal health care including preconception care, prenatal care and postnatal care.
  • Suicide/Depression Hot Line
    303-860-1200 - Suicide Hotlines