Legal Resources (Statewide)



Colorado Division of Criminal Justice, Office for Victims Programs 303-239-5719

    • Provides links to the Victim Rights Act Compliance Program (brochures available in English, large print, and five other languages), Crime Victim Compensation Application, and Local Victim Assistance & Law Enforcement (Local VALE).

Colorado Legal Services 303-837-1321

    • Assists with civil legal matters. 

    • Clinics are available in Denver and throughout Colorado offering free or low-cost legal services to qualifying individuals. 

    • Some clinics offer one-on-one meetings; other clinics are more lecture or group oriented.

    • Many clinics are available in Spanish or translators are available.


Colorado Office of the State Court Administrator 303-861-1111 / 800-888-0001 

    • Offers access to forms (e.g. protection orders, domestic/family, and civil)

    • Provides information on child support enforcement, restorative justice, victims of crime, and child welfare.


Project Safeguard 303-863-7416     Legal Advocate: 303-863-7233

    • Provides direct services to victims of domestic violence in the following ways:

    • Court support and courtroom advocacy to victims at their temporary and permanent protection order hearings, as well as divorce/custody and other court hearings 

    • Technical assistance and support for professionals working on domestic violence issues and victims of abuse throughout Colorado 

    • Daily legal clinics to assist victims with completion of legal forms


Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center 303-295-2001

    • Provides direct, pro bono legal representation for victims seeking to enforce their rights under the Colorado and Federal Crime Victims' Rights Acts.

    • Skills of legal representatives include violent criminal cases such as homicide, sexual assault, child molestation, assault, robbery, menacing, stalking, and domestic violence.


Denver Center for Crime Victims 24 hour hotline: 303-894-8000 (English) / 303-718-8289 (Español)

    • Provides culturally and linguistically responsive services to victims of crime and crime prevention education. 

    • Serves all victims of crime regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, race, religion, sexual orientation, disability or national origin. 

    • All services are offered at no cost in over 41 languages and dialects.