The Victim Response Team at Alternatives to Violence assists Loveland Police Department on victim of crime calls and provide resources and information to the client at the scene. This position requires an "on call" for 12 hour blocks, and requires a 42 hour training.
Alternatives to Violence (ATV) is an agency committed to the intervention, education and prevention of domestic violence, sexual assault and other violent crimes. Services are offered to female and male survivors of all ages and their families and support systems. Professional services are provided to law enforcement, the judicial system, schools and the community of Southern Larimer County.
Alternatives to Violence offers 24-hour crisis intervention to all victims of violent crimes as well as short-term counseling and long-term legal advocacy. ATV also provides long-term adult, child and adolescent counseling, support groups and educational groups for individuals and families that have been impacted by domestic violence or sexual assault. Emergency services as well as community education and prevention are also provided to agencies and schools in the area. ATV also runs the largest transitional living program in the state serving women and children who are survivors of domestic violence.