Helping America's most vulnerable

Southwest Safehouse

serving survivors of domestic violence

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Volunteers of America's Southwest Safehouse serves women and children survivors of domestic violence with comprehensive residential shelter services. The Southwest Safehouse serves 200 women and children each year, and is the only domestic violence shelter in the region. The Southwest Safehouse provides a safe refuge for women and children who have no safe home, and provides the tools and support needed for women and children to recover from trauma and start a new life.

Program Manager: Renee Adams

Southwest Safehouse Division Director: Sarada Leavenworth 

To speak to a counselor on duty, call
Phone: 970-259-5443
voa2107@frontier.net
  • 160,560

    people received Volunteers of America services in Colorado last year