Crisis Hotlines

Colorado Crisis Services

When you call Colorado Crisis Services, you will be immediately connected to a crisis counselor, a trained professional with a master’s or doctoral degree, or a trained peer specialist who has overcome similar experiences.

Services are available for non-English speakers.  

You will be connected to resource in your area and supported through immediate problem solving.

1-844-493-TALK (8255)

If you or someone you know is in a suicidal crisis,

CALL The National Suicide Prevention Hotline:

1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433) - English   or     1-877-SUICIDA (1-877-784-2432) - En español


The hotline is part of the largest nationwide network of programs and expert resources and regularly shares insight about domestic violence and crises.  


Denver area 24-Hour Domestic Violence Crisis Lines & Shelters

Adams County: (303) 289-4441 ~ Alternatives to Family Violence
Arapahoe: (303) 343-1851 ~ Gateway
Boulder: (303) 444-2424 ~ Boulder County SafeHouse
Denver - Brandon Center: (303) 620-9190
Denver - SafeHouse: (318) 318-9989
Denver - Servicios de La Raza (Se habla Español): (303) 458-7088
Douglas County: (303) 688-8484 ~ Women's Crisis Center
Jefferson County: (303) 420-6752 ~ Family Tree Women in Crisis
Longmont: (303) 772-4422 ~ "Women in Crisis"

Veteran's Crisis line

The Veterans Crisis Line connects Veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, or text. Veterans and their loved ones can receive confidential support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Support for deaf and hard of hearing individuals is available. 

 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1

Chat online

Send a text message to 83825

Pregnancy Centers

Gabriel Project

With locations throughout the Denver Metro area, the Gabriel Project is a program of Catholic Charities to help women during pregnancy and after a child is born, by offering financial, emotional and spiritual support.

  • (303) 742-2064

  • 301 S Grant Street, Denver, CO 80209

Family Violence Resources

Alternatives to Family Violence 

Alternatives to family Violence offers a variety of services including a safehouse.  Alternatives’ Safehouse provides emergency shelter in a confidential location for women and children who are attempting to leave an abusive living situation and would otherwise be left homeless.  The residence can house a total of 21 women and children and is staffed 24-hours a day 365 days a year.

  • P.O. Box 385, Commerce City, CO 80037

  • Crisis Lines: 303-289-4441

  • 720-495-9760 (24 Hour Bi-Lingual Spanish)

AWTN Services 

AWTN shelters those experiencing homelessness in the winter when temperatures reach 20 degrees or colder.  Year round services include meals, food kits, warm clothing, hygiene items, transportation to shelter, laundry vouchers, bus passes, partner agency referrals, and advocacy.   We operate these services in order to ensure families and individuals meet their most basic needs, learn new skills, and access resources to transition out of homelessness.

  • 1544 Elmira StreetAurora, Colorado 80010

  • (303)361-6905

Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence

CCADV works with a diverse network of rural and urban Colorado domestic violence victim service programs to encourage appropriate and comprehensive responses to family violence, domestic violence, and dating violence against adults or youth.

  • 1120 Lincoln Street, Suite 900 Denver, CO 80203

  • (303) 831-9632

Comitis Crisis Center

"To provide a seamless continuum of behavioral services that empowers healthy, viable, complete lives and communities."  Comitis serves homeless Veterans, runaway/homeless youth and homeless families. Comitis is Aurora's homeless shelter, with over 44 years of experience.

  • 2178 Victor St, Aurora, CO 80045

  • (303) 341-9160


Non-profit, volunteer-based agency created to provide comprehensive and coordinated services to victims of crime. DVSC offers direct assistance in addition to linking crime victims to existing community support services. Services include 24-Hour crisis lines (English, Spanish and TDD), crisis intervention, assistance and advocacy, referrals, short-term counseling, education and training, and support groups.

  • PO Box 18975, Denver, CO 80218

  • (303) 860-0660

  • (303) 894-8000 24-Hour Hotline

  • (303) 718-8289-29 pager Se habla Espanol

  • TTY: (303) 860-9555


The Crisis Center is dedicated to reducing domestic violence and family conflict through advocacy, empowerment, violence prevention and intervention, services and education.

  • PO Box 367, Castle Rock, Colorado 80104

  • (303) 688-1094

Family Tree, Inc.

A private, non-profit agency which provides community-based services for victims of family violence and abuse, youth in crisis, runaways, and families dealing with issues of parental divorce, separation and remarriage.

  • 3805 Marshall Street, Suite #100

  • Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

  • (303) 422-2133


Project Safeguard is a grass-roots, non-profit organization whose goal is to eradicate domestic violence through social policy change on the local, state, and federal levels. Provides direct services to victims, including crisis line response, restraining order assistance program, court room advocacy, individual and group support, and expert witness testimony.

  • 815 East 22nd Avenue, Denver, CO 80205

  • (303) 863-SAFE (7233)

  • (303) 344-9016 Aurora

  • (303) 637-7761 Adams County

Sexual Assault Resources

The Blue Bench

The Blue Bench (formerly RAAP) is metropolitan Denver’s only comprehensive sexual assault prevention and support center. Since our founding in 1983 we’ve worked tirelessly to eliminate sexual assault and diminish the impact it has on individuals, their loved ones and our community. The Blue Bench is a catalyst for change. 

  • P.O. Box 18951 Denver, CO 80218

  • (303) 329-9922

Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault

The Colorado Coalition against Sexual Assault promote Colorado communities believe and support survivors, hold perpetrators accountable, and take action to end sexual violence.  They also provide assistance for you if you have have experienced an unwanted sexual experience.  Learn more about First Steps, Knowing Your Options and Finding Help.

  • 1120 Lincoln Street, Suite 700 Denver, CO 80203

  • (303) 839-9999

Substance Abuse

Bridges Project

The Youth and Families Bridges Project is focused on serving adolescents and their families with substance abuse problems with goals focused on abstinence, recovery, behavior modification and social stability.


Suicide Resources

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention- Colorado Branch

The Colorado Chapter of AFSP serves Colorado by bringing suicide prevention and awareness programs and survivor support initiatives to communities across the State. Working together in making a difference.

  • 8200 South Quebec St A3207 Centennial, CO 80112

  • 1-888-333-AFSP

Rocky Mountain MirECC for Suicide Prevention

MIRECC for Suicide Prevention studies suicide with the goal of reducing suicide in the veteran population.  Rocky Mountain MIRECC offers a guide for those, who have had a suicide attempt in their family, with support and to shareresources that may be helpful as the family recovers. The guide is not intended to replace professional mental health advice. It may be best to use this along with professional support.

  • NW Washington DC 20420


Yellow Ribbon is a grass-roots, community based, volunteer organization developed to serve youth and the communities that surround them, and to address youth/teen suicide through public awareness, education and training to help communities build new and/or strengthen existing programs.

  • (303) 429-3530

  • 1-800-273-TALK (8255).



1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433) - English   or     1-877-SUICIDA (1-877-784-2432) - En español