How Do You Help?

The Center for Trauma & Resilience provides services to those affected by crime and the resulting trauma. Crimes include: arson, assault, burglary, caregiver abuse, child abuse/neglect, domestic violence, elder abuse, fraud, gang-related crimes, home invasion, harassment, hate crimes, homicide, kidnapping, questionable death, robbery, sexual assault/incest/retrospective sexual assault, stalking, suicide/attempted suicide and vandalism.

Do I Have to Live in Denver?

The Center for Trauma & Resilience services are provided to persons who reside in Denver or if the crime occurred in Denver, Colorado. We can provide referrals for services outside the Denver area for those who do not meet these criteria.

Is There an Age Limit?

The Center for Trauma & Resilience services are available to persons of any age. Specialized services are available for children, youth and elderly persons.

What If Someone I Know Has Been Affected by Trauma?

The Center for Trauma & Resilience services are available to witnesses, family members and friends who may have been affected by the crime.

Do I Have to Report to the Police to Receive Services?

A police report is not required to receive services from our agency.

Is There a Fee for Your Services?

All of our services are provided at no cost.

How Do I Access Your Services?

The Center for Trauma & Resilience services are accessed through our 24-hour hotlines, available in English, Spanish and 711 for the hearing/speech-impaired.

What Type of Counseling Do You Provide?

  • The Center for Trauma & Resilience counselors provide short-term counseling (up to six sessions) for clients of any age. Counseling sessions are conducted at our office or can be provided in your home or at the hospital upon request.
  • If you are in need of longer-term counseling, The Center for Trauma & Resilience has an extensive referral list of therapists in the Denver area.
  • Six- to eight-week support groups are available.
  • Eight-week Befriending the Body – Trauma-Sensitive Yoga classes are available.
  • Community meetings are available in response to events that affect larger groups of people. These are an opportunity to discuss the event and its impact on your office/school/house of worship, etc.

What Services Are Available in Spanish or Other Languages?

All our services are available to Spanish-speaking victims of crime. In addition, we may contract with our in-house Translation & Interpreting Center to provide interpreters and/or translators for individuals who speak other languages.

Do I Have to Be a U.S. Citizen or Legal Resident to Receive Services?

All services are available regardless of citizenship status.

Are Your Services Confidential?

All our services are confidential. Information that you share, or the services you are receiving from our agency are never shared with another agency or individual, unless specifically requested by you.

Is Your Building Accessible?

The Center for Trauma & Resilience offices are wheelchair accessible and our hotline has 24-hour service for the hearing/speech-impaired through 711/Relay Colorado.  Home-visit counseling sessions are available. All support groups, workshops and fundraisers are always held in a wheelchair-accessible facility, and interpreters are available upon request.

How Much Financial Assistance Is Available?

The Center for Trauma & Resilience has a small emergency fund that provides limited financial assistance only for emergency needs related to the victimization.

Are You Part of the Denver Police Department or Denver District Attorney’s Office?

The Center for Trauma & Resilience is a private, nonprofit agency. While we may work with the Denver Police Department and Denver District Attorney’s Office, we are not affiliated with them.

Where Do Your Funds Come From?

The Center for Trauma & Resilience receives funding from the Denver Victim Assistance Law Enforcement Board, the Victims of Crime Act, the U.S. Department of Justice, and numerous foundations, businesses and private donors.

Where Are You Located?

The Center for Trauma & Resilience office address is confidential. Our physical address is given to clients only.  Our mailing address is P.O. Box 18975, Denver, CO 80218.

How Can I Help?

The Center for Trauma & Resilience is always looking for volunteers and interns to support our clients and staff.

You can also support us through a tax-deductible financial gift. Donations may be designated for a specific program of your choice or for general operating support. Contributions may be made online or mailed to:

The Center for Trauma & Resilience
P.O. Box 18975
Denver, CO 80218

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