A long term residency program, that is currently under development, and will include personalized support services to survivors of sexual and intimate partner/domestic violence, stalking and teen dating violence, including survivor’s dependents and pets. Transitional housing is provided after crisis or emergency shelter. Transitional housing is designed as a bridge to self-sufficiency and permanent housing. Residents have the opportunity to continue to work their way to economic self-sufficiency and embrace their new lives free of violence

Not all survivors need to or want to leave their homes. The goal of this program is to support victims/ survivors, and their loved ones, to maintain their current housing. This program is a community-based domestic and sexual abuse advocacy support program that focuses on a victim/survivors’ self-identified needs and involves meeting victim/survivors in safe (physical and/or virtual) locations of their choice.

Friends & Families

All Hallows Eve Celebration

Saturday October 7th

5pm - 8pm

Aspen Park Community Center

26215 Sutton Rd, Conifer

Tarot Readings

Kids Games & Goodie Bag

Hors d'oeuvres and Drinks

Silent Auction

Costume Contest: Creative, Magical, Spookiest, & Couple

Parking Info: Please park at the Aspen Park PnR and then cross Sutton Rd to Aspen Park Community Center.

Collectively, Circle of Advocacy's Founding Board of Directors has over 30 years of experience supporting survivors of intimate partner violence / domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence and stalking. Education of the Founding Board ranges and includes degrees in Clinical Psychology, Educational Psychology, Behavioral Neuroscience, and Early Childhood / School Age Education, as well as certified training in Reiki, Yoga, and Shamanic Healing.

Rebecca has worked with vulnerable populations in a wide range of service areas, with a current focus on domestic and sexual violence. She works for Teller County Victim Advocacy as an advocate, supporting victims on their journey in becoming survivors.

Ashlee is a nonprofit consultant. She has expertise in Strategically Growing Nonprofits to support maximizing impact. Ashlee has 11 years of nonprofit work experience, which is in the area of human services. Ashlee specializes in marginalized communities with a focus on racial justice, disability justice, gender equality, and victim services.