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Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley

24/7 emergency shelter program for victims of relationship abuse at an undisclosed confidential location. Stay average is 4-6 weeks.

Our Emergency Shelter is just one of seven major programs we offer for victims of domestic and dating violence. We also provide the following:

    24-hour crisis line
    Individual and group counseling
    Case management
    Legal advocacy
    Community and peer education
    Information and referrals

All services are available in English and Spanish.

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  1. Nyx
    Nyx
    Dec 24, 2020Reply
    My children and I were treated like criminals from the moment we got there. We agreed to room cleanliness checks, but They'd wait til we left for errands and then search our rooms and drawers, they'd wait til some of the girls were outside but their kids were sleeping and they'd go search our rooms even with the child alone in there. Searching thru drawers and our clothes isn't a "cleanliness check". Then on Christmas Eve, me and one other girl had presents for our children just "disappear" like we're idiots. Very poorly run facility. Micromanage and condescending. The advocates spent hours upon hours a day locked in the office unaccessible to us, gossiping about us. Very uncomfortable. The theft is what made me leave. I can deal with them talking about me, but don't take from me when they KNOW how little I have to begin with. The child advocate was no better, locking himself (yes! MALE) alone in the basement and refuse to let the parents or even another adult, per the laws, down to observe, even after I voiced my discomfort with my female child who has past sexual abuse. I felt safer with my violent and drunk abuser than I did with them

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