Family Tree’s Domestic Violence Outreach Program provides individual advocacy and group support to survivors of domestic violence Services are designed to increase safety planning strategies, increase knowledge of abusive behaviors and create opportunities for healing.
Individual advocacy to address safety planning, explore personal options and provide education about domestic violence
Peer support groups to provide education about domestic violence, build healthy coping strategies and create opportunities for community connection
Support for friends/family members whose loved ones are experiencing domestic violence
Consultation/on-site advocacy for community partners who have clients experiencing domestic violence
We do not provide counseling/therapy. We can provide appropriate referrals for those services, as requested.
Workshops are offered to increase community awareness of the issue of domestic violence and how to support those experiencing abuse. Audiences can include helping professionals, faith communities, community groups and others who are interested in learning more about domestic violence. We are happy to tailor a presentation to meet the needs of your audience.
Youth workshops focus on healthy relationships and identifying unhealthy behaviors. Youth workshops are geared toward ages 12-18.
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All program services are free and most are provided in Spanish.
To get more information about our services or workshops, please call 303-463-6321 or email
For after-hours support, please contact Family Tree’s 24-hour hotline at 303-420-6752.
Know someone who may need help?
CLICK HERE to download "How to Help" A guide for Friends and Family
National Runaway Safeline www.1800RUNAWAY.org