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For Survivors

— About Services


As the statewide coalition, CCASA does not provide direct services to survivors.

Colorado has a large number of rape crisis centers throughout the state that can be of help to you. These centers provide free, confidential referrals and services for sexual assault victims, survivors, and their close family and friends. See below to find your local center.

If you need or want help finding your local resource, contact info@ccasa.org. *Please note, we cannot guarantee the confidentiality of emails sent to CCASA.

— Find Resources —

You can find information to connect to a service provider near you by going to YouHaveTheRightCO.org. This site has the resources you need if you, or a loved one, has experienced sexual assault. Find out resources in your community, your reporting options, medical care, and your legal rights.

— Encuentra recursos —

Puede encontrar información para conectarse con un proveedor de servicios cercano en TieneElDerechoCO.org. Este sitio tiene los recursos que necesita si usted o un ser querido ha sufrido una agresión sexual. Descubra los recursos en su comunidad, sus opciones de informes, atención médica, y sus derechos legales.

— Confidential

Get Help – Things to Know Before You Call

One of the most important services is a crisis line that you can call to talk to a trained staff member or volunteer about your feelings and concerns related to the assault.

Your conversations with rape crisis center staff are kept private and confidential.

If you are concerned about mandatory reporting to the police or to DSS, you can withhold your name and still have your questions answered in privacy.