SafeHouse Denver
Domestic Violence Emergency Shelter, Intervention, Counseling and Education

We serve victims of domestic violence and their children through both an emergency shelter and a non-residential Counseling and Advocacy Center. All of the adults, children and youth who come to SafeHouse Denver have access to a full range of bilingual programming, including individual counseling, group sessions, advocacy and safety planning.

However you define domestic violence - relationship violence, intimate partner violence, violence against women, teen dating violence – you have the right to be safe and we are here to help.

 
Joey has seen more violence than any child should...

Fingerprint Tree

Joey has seen more violence than any child should. When his dad became angry, Joey watched him choke his mom until she couldn’t breathe. “One time,” Joey said, “I saw my dad set Mom’s clothes on fire. After that, she lost her job because you can’t go to work with no clothes. That’s when we came to stay at the SafeHouse Denver shelter.” Read Joey’s full story and how you can help by clicking here.

Please consider making a gift today in support of survivors of domestic violence like Joey’s mom.

During one of the Children’s Group sessions at our Emergency Shelter, Joey and some of the other children created this beautiful fingerprint tree. Your support, like the fingerprints on this tree, will leave a lasting imprint on the hearts of Joey, his mom, and all of the other survivors of domestic violence that enter our shelter. Please donate today.

 
2014/2015 Annual Report to the Community

We're pleased to share our Annual Report to the Community for Fiscal Year 2014/2015. Throughout the report, you’ll find highlights and updates about our programs and services that reflect our impact and stability as an organization. Click here to access the full report.