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The staff at Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley can provide your community group with presentations on a large variety of topics, including but not limited to:

  • Domestic violence (DV) 101
  • Client-centered advocacy
  • Protection orders and DV
  • Faith communities and DV intervention
  • Batterer dynamics
  • Batterer treatment and containment
  • Caring Dads - certified parenting training for batterers/child abusers
  • Links between child abuse and DV
  • Mental health issues and DV
  • Substance abuse and DV
  • Children and the effects/impact of DV
  • Adolescents and the effects/impacts of DV
  • Dating violence and adolescents
  • Trauma and intervention with adults, adolescents, and children impacted by abuse
  • Child/adolescent development
  • Teen dating violence- adolescent, parent, school personnel and community audiences
  • Abuse in later life
  • DV and the Latino/a community
  • Community re-entry (prison/jail) and DV
  • LGBTQPI community and DV
  • The relationship between DV and poverty
  • Effective collaboration between system and DV agencies (TANF, Child Support, Law Enforcement, CPS, etc.)

Safe Shelter staff will speak on any DV related topic as needed. If you are interested in scheduling a presentation, please contact Brandon at 303.773.0432 or brandon@safeshelterofstvrain.org

Advocates work directly with victims of domestic violence to address all areas of concern. Call 303.772.0432
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Act as an advocate against domestic violence: provide support for victims in addition to educating the community.
Safe Shelter provides safety, support and resources to individuals affected by domestic abuse. We promote empowerment through direct services and community education, advocating for the right of every individual to live a life free of intimidation, exploitation and abuse.

Our vision is provide the tools to empower our community to break the cycle of domestic violence. To stay focused on this vision, we are guided by values that define us. Those values include:

  • Treat All with Dignity & Respect.
  • Accomplish Results through Competence and Creativity.
  • Offer Support and Opportunity.
  • Manage Activities with Proper Regard to the Rights of Others.
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