African Americans In Gerontology, AAIG, is a national nonprofit organization designed to improve the quality of life for African American elderly by providing guidance, professional development and networking opportunities, and promoting community activism for African American professionals and students in the field of gerontology.
Army Community Service offers a variety of services for military families, including financial counseling and assistance, emergency food, counseling, deployment readiness program, family advocacy, domestic abuse advocacy, relocation information, loan closet, and new parent support at Fort Carson, Colorado. (719) 526-4590
Since 1986 the Colorado Anti-Violence Program has been dedicated to eliminating violence within and against the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) communities in Colorado, and providing the highest quality services to survivors.
Bijou House provides transitional housing to homeless, indigent men, ages 18 and older. Light breakfast and family-style meals served. (719) 635-5078.
Strengthens, encourages and supports fathers to be actively and positively involved in the care and development of their children. Offers weekly support groups and resource library. Fathers can attend classes on fathering, conflict resolution, domestic violence, nurturing, and a preparation class for incarcerated dads to help resume fatherhood. (719)634-7797.
Family Therapy Center dedicated to helping Hispanic families obtain information and resources for adjusting to a new culture. To empower Hispanic families to access life-sustaining resources and become self-sufficient through education, training and social services. Offers services in English and Spanish to Hispanic/Latino families and individuals. Services focus on parenting skills, domestic violence issues, advocacy, • Read More »
To provide financial, emotional and community support to individuals with cerebral palsy and their families. To ensure individuals with cerebral palsy are provided equal opportunities and access to an array of services. To promote independence, social awareness and inclusion in community life. To educate the public regarding all aspects of cerebral palsy. (719) 638-0808.
Inspiring Colorado to end domestic violence. That’s our mission statement and it truly describes our work. As a leader in the anti-violence movement, we are a domestic violence resource for policymakers, the media, and our community.
The Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CCASA) is a membership organization promoting safety, justice, and healing for survivors while working toward the elimination of sexual violence. Colorado communities believe and support survivors, hold perpetrators accountable, and take action to end sexual violence
The Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance (COVA) is committed to fairness and healing for crime victims, their families and communities through leadership, education, and advocacy. By operating in an inclusive and compassionate manner, COVA creates solutions and positive change. COVA’s vision is to be recognized as a national leader in building a collaborative environment where • Read More »