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Asian and Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence 415.954.9988 x.315 ASISTA seeks to enhance the security, independence, and full participation in society of immigrant and refugee survivors of gender-based violence by promoting integrated holistic approaches and educating those whose actions and attitudes affect women who experience violence Phone: 515.244.2469 National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma and Mental Health Phone: 312.726.7020, TTY: 312.726.4110 Battered Women’s Justice Project Phone: 800.903.0111 Casa de Esperanza Crisis Line: 651.772.1611; Admin: 651.646.5553 The National [email protected] Network for Healthy Families and Communities (NLN) exists to advance effective responses to eliminate violence and promote healthy relationships within [email protected] families and communities.
Do you have a great picture of your kids, pets, yourself, friends, grandparents, favorite plant with Santa? Tweet us @thknwco with #weknowsanta, we’ll create a gallery and you could even be published in The Denver Post. Some parents may have a problem with telling their kids to be good or they’ll get coal on Christmas morning, but c’mon. If all else fails, the outing will make for fun photos to remember for Christmases to come. The little ones walk into Santa’s Wonderland and have loads of toys, attractions and more holiday entertainment to keep them busy, such as a foam toy arcade, remote control trucks, Lincoln log building and more. There will also be a horse-drawn carriage giving rides through Olde Town plus holiday entertainment. Website: Boulder Head to Boulder’s famous Pearl Street Mall to see Santa for the special St. Kids can visit with Santa and you can bring your own camera for photos.
It works for one month to get them to behave, so we’ll use it. Santa’s Flight Academy at Cherry Creek Shopping Center Location: 3000 E. 24: Monday-Sunday, 10 a.m.-9 p.m.; Christmas Eve, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. New this year: Lovepop Cards, a 3D paper sculpture designed by naval engineers on cutting-edge software and then hand-crafted in the Asian art form of sliceform kirigami. Bonus: You can get the hunter-fisher-hiker-camper-outdoors fanatic in your life their presents while you’re there. Make Memories with Santa at Park Meadows Mall Location: 8401 S. Pictures with Santa are free with a donation of canned food for The Rising Church. The kids can talk to Santa, get pictures, ride festive holiday rides (such as the Santa’s Sleigh zipline or giant Santa Slide), write letters to Santa, eat loads of treats, pick out personalized ornaments and much more. Nick on the Bricks Location: Downtown Boulder Visitor Information Center, 1301 Pearl St., Boulder When: Every Saturday through Dec. Bonus: Maybe you can get some holiday shopping done after you’re done. It’s impossible to go shopping with kids.) Holidays at The Orchard Town Center Location: 14697 Delaware St., #850, Broomfield Hours: Through Dec. to 9 p.m.; Sundays, noon-5 p.m.; Christmas Eve, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Denver, CO (Serving Denver County) Crisis: 303.318.9989 * Admin: 303.318.9959 Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence Member Program The Crisis Center Castle Rock, CO (Serving Douglas and Elbert Counties) Crisis: 303.688.8484 (TTY available) Admin: 303.688.1094 Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence Member Program Advocate Safehouse Project Glenwood Springs, CO (Serving Garfield County) Crisis: 970.945.4439 * or 970.285.0209 Admin: 970.945.2632 Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence Member Program Advocates Building Peaceful Communities Steamboat Springs, CO (Serving Routt County) Crisis: 970.879.2034 Admin: 970.879.8888 Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence Member Program Advocates Crisis Support Services Craig, CO (Serving Moffat County) Crisis: 970.824.2400 * Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence Member Program Advocates For a Violence Free Community Hot Sulphur Springs, CO (Serving Grand County) Crisis: 970.725.3412 * Admin: 970.725.3442 Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence Member Program Advocates for Victims of Assault Frisco, CO (Serving Summit County) Crisis: 970.668.3906 * Admin: 970.668.3906 * Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence Member Program Advocates of Lake County, Inc. Alamosa, CO (Serving Alamosa, Conejos, Costilla, Mineral, Rio Grande and Saguache Counties) Crisis: 719.589.2465 * Admin: Same as Crisis Line Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence Member Program YWCA of Pueblo Family Crisis Shelter Pueblo, CO (Serving Pueblo County) Crisis: 719.545.8195 * Admin: 719.542.6904 Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence Member Program Asian Pacific Development Center Admin: 303-923-2920 (Aurora) Admin: 719.459.3947 (Colorado Springs) Colorado Anti-Violence Project (serving LGBTQ populations statewide) Crisis: 888.557.4441 Admin: 303-839-5204 Denver Indian Family Resource Center Phone: 303.871.8035 Denver Indian Health and Family Services, Inc.
Leadville, CO (Serving Lake County) Crisis: 719.486.3530 * Admin: Same as Crisis Number Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence Member Program Bright Future Foundation Avon, CO (Serving Eagle County) Crisis: 970.949.7086 * Admin: 970.949.7097 Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence Member Program Clear Creek County Advocates Georgetown, CO (Serving Clear Creek County) Crisis: 303.679.2426 (TTY available) Admin: Same as Crisis Line Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence Member Program Latimer House Grand Junction, CO (Serving Mesa County) Crisis: 970.241.6704 Admin: 970.241.0324 Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence Member Program RESPONSE: Help for Survivors of Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Aspen, CO (Serving Pitkin and West Eagle Counties) Crisis: 970.925.7233 * Admin: 970.920.5357 Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence Member Program Safehouse, Inc. Phone: 303.953.660 DOVE (Deaf Overcoming Violence through Empowerment) Crisis: 303.831.7874 (an advocate will respond to you within 15 minutes) Admin: 303-831-7932 Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence Member Program Haseya Advocate Program (Serving native survivors in El Paso County) Phone: 719-896-2560 The Initiative (serving women, men and children with disabilities) Admin: 303.839.5510/ 877.839.5510 Muslim Family Services of Colorado Phone: 303.755.5228 Project PAVE (working with youth to end relationship violence) 303.322.2382 * (not a crisis line) Project Safeguard (legal advocacy services) Adams 303.637.7761 * (not a crisis line) Arapahoe 303.799.3977 * (not a crisis line) Broomfield 720-887-2179 (not a crisis line) Denver 720.865.9159 * (not a crisis line) Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence Member Program San Luis Valley Immigrant Resource Center Alamosa, CO (serving the SLV region) Admin: 719-587-3225 Servicios de La Raza (bilingual & bi-cultural services for [email protected] survivors) Crisis: 303.953.5930 * Admin: 303.458.5851 Voces Unidas for Justice (cultural and linguistic services for [email protected]) Colorado Springs, CO (providing services statewide) Admin: 720.588.8219* Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence Member Program Zoe House (shelter for youth survivors ages 18-24) Grand Junction, CO Crisis: 970.234.7004 Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence Member Program Address Confidentiality Program (a statewide program that provides survivors of domestic violence, sexual offenses, and/or stalking with a legal substitute address for interacting with all state and local government agencies and a confidential mail forwarding service) Admin: 303.866.2208 Animal Cruelty: To report animal cruelty, call the Animal Control Department in your location or report to the Colorado Humane Society by filling out the online form or calling 800.249.5121.