Domestic Violence Initiative Serving Women, Men and Children with Disabilities

WELCOME

DVI_Logo__Domestic Violence Initiative serving women, men, and children with disabilities (DVI) is dedicated to the survival and safety of Colorado's people with disabilities and their children who are victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, caregiver abuse, elder abuse and stalking.  They have access to advocacy, information, support and safety planning here at DVI.

However you define domestic violence - relationship violence, intimate partner violence, violence against men or women – you have the right to be safe and we are here to help.


If you are in need of medical help, or are in immediate danger, please call 911.

If you are experiencing domestic violence or spousal abuse and are seeking assistance, please call us at (303) 839-5510/ (877) 839-5510.

DVI Phone Numbers
Office/Administration 303-839-5510
Toll Free 877-839-5510
FAX 303-839-1181

DVI Email
Administration/Donations info@dviforwomen.org
Volunteer Opportunities samantha@dviforwomen.org
Request a Speaker/Training samantha@dviforwomen.org

Postal Mail
Domestic Violence Initiative serving women, men, and children with disabilities
PO Box 300535
Denver, CO 80203

Facebook

Our Facebook page includes updates and event information to encourage community involvement! Link to http://www.facebook.com/DomesticViolenceInitiative for more information.

Survivor of Sexual Assault? Sexual Assault Survivors: Your Voices are Needed! The University of Denver Traumatic Stress Studies Group is conducted a study, called The Denver Women's Health Project. The project invites women (including trans women) who are 18 or older; experienced any type of sexual assault in the last year; and told someone (such as a counselor, police officer, advocate, health provider) about the assault for the first time in the last 4 months. The researchers will ask you to tell them what helps and doesn't help after a sexual assault. The things learned will be used to try to improve services for women coping with sexual assault. For more information, click here (please hyperlink to pdf flyer attached or use this link: http://mysite.du.edu/~adeprinc/womenshealth.pdf )