Estes Valley Crisis Advocates are professionals and volunteers trained to support victims of crime or trauma. Advocates offer victims information on their rights following a crime, provide person-centered emotional support, and help to find resources through contacting organizations, such as criminal justice or social service agencies, to get help or further information for victims. They can also help ensure safety by creating a personal safety plan and securing a safe place to stay. Advocates understand what it is like to be a survivor of crime or trauma and provide gentle and caring emotional support. Our Crisis Advocates follows a trauma informed care person centered advocacy model. We provide individual crisis counseling to assist survivors as they work through a variety of concerns such as; grief, anger, post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety, coping mechanisms, and understanding the effects trauma has on the individual, family, friends, and community. EVCA is an inclusive nonprofit, serving all victims.
Available in United States
Counties served: Estes Valley area. Crisis service supporting people who've experienced a crime or some form of trauma e.g. domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, abuse, stalking