Estes Valley Crisis Advocates provides an array of free and confidential services to survivors of crime and trauma. We have services available 24/7, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
If you need help, please reach out! (970) 577-9781
24/7 Crisis Line
If you or someone you know is a survivor of a crime, traumatic event or abuse, please contact us for help. A highly trained team of crisis advocates are available to help.
My Sister's Place offers safe shelter to survivors of domestic violence and their family members. If you are in need of safe shelter, call our office at (970) 577-9781. After office hours call the Estes Park Police Department Dispatch Center at (970) 586-4000 and ask for an Advocate. An Advocate will be available to assist you in securing safe shelter.
We partner with local bilingual speakers to work with Spanish-speaking clients.
An advocate is someone you can talk to in complete confidence. They have real information on victim’s rights, useful information on police and court procedures and down-to-earth advice about victim’s compensation. 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.
We provide individual 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. In addition, trained EVCA Advocates host support groups once a week for survivors of crime and trauma.