Our Partners - Available to help now!
If you are a victim or survivor and need assistance please contact
Nicole Lopez at 303-271-6839 or
This is a joint project of local community partners and national experts from the Family Justice Center Alliance. Community partners include non-profit service providers, medical providers, governmental agencies, law enforcement, mental health providers, schools, legal services, the faith community leaders, civic leaders, and more.
How can the Family Justice Center Help Me?
Once open, the Center will provide services all in one location:
Case managers will be able to help you plan for your safety and provide advice and referrals for public benefits, housing, shelter and other needs.
Counselors, therapists and psychiatrists will help support adults and children dealing with the emotional and psychological impact of intimate partner violence.
Economic empowerment services will be available to help you with budgeting, credit repair, and other financial issues. They can also provide referrals to job training and educational programs.
Lawyers will be advising and representing people in housing, orders of protection, child support, custody, visitation, divorce and immigration matters, and will give referrals for other legal issues.
Specialized law enforcement will assist with filing police reports if desired, and getting police paperwork.
Prosecutors from the District Attorney's Office are specially trained in family violence prosecutions and will be able to provide information about criminal cases.
Child Care will also be available while you are receiving services at the Family Justice Center!