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Mission Statement

The Denver Center for Crime Victims (DCCV) provides culturally and linguistically responsive programs, health promotion and crime prevention education. Our services are broad, supporting survivors of simple theft, domestic and sexual violence, to suicide/homicide survivors. We provide crisis intervention, case management, financial assistance, client relocation, integrated physical and mental health programs and more, all without financial cost to our clients.

Description

The Denver Center for Crime Victims was established in 1987 as a safety net for victims of crime in the Denver community. We provide a 24-hour hotline, information and referral, assistance with emergency services, advocacy, crisis counseling, case management, support groups and community education.

We offer specialized services including an Elder/Disability Program, a Children, Youth and Families Program and a Legal Immigration Clinic.

Whether the crime occurred recently or long ago, The Denver Center for Crime Victims is here to help.

Website

http://www.denvervictims.org

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