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.

 
Celebrating 40 Years of Service to the Community

40th Anniversary Logo

 

2017 marks SafeHouse Denver's 40th Anniversary in serving the community! Our organization was incorporated in 1977 by five courageous women who first recognized the desperate need for safe shelter for victims of domestic violence and their children. At the time, there was no safe place for women to go. Today, SafeHouse Denver is the only agency in the City and County of Denver to provide both emergency shelter and non-residential counseling and advocacy services specifically for survivors of domestic violence.

Learn more about our founding and history...

Help celebrate this milestone year by attending one of our upcoming events...

 
Extended Stay Program – Capital Fundraising Effort

ESP Launch Party

As we approach our 40th Anniversary in 2017, SafeHouse Denver is pleased to announce plans to make a longtime strategic vision a reality with the addition of an Extended Stay Program (ESP). ESP will offer short-term housing and continuing services to survivors of domestic violence leaving our shelter. Click here to read more about this new program and our fundraising efforts to make it a reality!

Here, Victoria McVicker (L), SafeHouse Denver CEO, is joined by Joy Woller, Board Chair, and Michael Baker (R), Board Member and Capital Fundraising Team Member, at our ESP kick-off event on May 5, 2016.