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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.

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Circle of Advocacy's Land Acknowledgement

Circle of Advocacy recognizes the ancestral lands and the native Indigenous cultures' belief that all life is interconnected. We acknowledge that we live on the ancestral homelands of the Hinono'eiteen (Arapaho), Tsétho'e (Cheyenne), Ndé Kónitsąąíí Gokíyaa (Lipan Apache), Očhéthi Šakówiŋ (Sioux), and Núu-ci (Ute) nations and over 48 contemporary tribal nations of this land we now call Colorado. We honor our place in the community as an organization committed to societal change in all realms, attitudes, and beliefs. We reject colonialism with its patriarchal structure resulting in colonial durability. We recognize the resiliency of Indigenous cultures that have maintained culture, communities, and families through their interconnectedness with the land.