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Archuleta County Victim Assistance Program | Pagosa Springs, Colorado
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Supporting Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
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Monthly Groups:

W.I.S.E. Women Support Group, Every 2nd and 4th Thursdays, 6pm to 7:30pm - Women In Support
of Each Other meets twice per month to learn how to have healthy, caring relationships; improve self-esteem; learn new communication skills; and provide and receive support from other WISE women. Group facilitated by Codie Wilson, LPC.
FREE dinner provided by Loaves & Fishes. Call ACVAP at 264-9075 for confidential location.

Expressious Children's Group, meets at the same time as WISE Women (above) - Lots of fun
with crafts, games, and activities! Group facilitated by Debra Ewing, Child Specialist.
FREE dinner provided by Loaves & Fishes.

WISE Teens Group, meets at the same time as WISE Women and Expressions Groups - Fun, interactive groups just for teens. Have you experienced bullying or other harassment? Are you in an unhealthy dating relationship and need support? This group is for you! Heal yourself and help others through art therapy workshops, education on how each teen has the power to prevent violence, and other youth leadership opportunities.

WISE Boys, meets every Tuesday after school 4-5:15pm at the Pagosa Springs Youth Center - Much like the WISE Teens group, but for middle school boys.

Call (970) 264-9075 for group locations or for more information about all of our support services.

 

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The 7th Annual
Pagosa Duathlon
Saturday July 13, 2013

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You are Not Alone...

You do not have to go through this alone. Reach out for help to a minister, counselor or ACVAP. Talking with a victim advocate can help you understand your feelings.

NO ONE deserves to be abused or assaulted. You did nothing to deserve abuse. You are a victim of a violent crime. You need not feel ashamed, guilty or embarrassed to ask for support.

The Archuleta County Victim Assistance Program (ACVAP) is a private nonprofit organization. Our primary mission is to assist victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. We work to ensure victims rights are exercised and needs met.

Through the support of grants, donations, fund-raising efforts and volunteers ACVAP provides the following services:

  • Immediate crisis intervention available 24 hours a day by an advocate trained to listen and provide support. Call day or night (970) 264-9075..
  • Court Advocate to explain the criminal justice system and assist with civil restraining orders.
  • Emergency transportation to safe shelter. Shelter provided by the SW Safehouse.
  • Advocates to assist with other community agencies and supportive organizations.
  • Information and referrals.
  • Speakers and trainers to provide community education.

If you or someone you care about has suffered from Domestic Violence
and/or Sexual Assault, call our 24-Hour Hotline
at 264-9075.

We do not discriminate against those with disabilities, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, age or income level.

All services are free and confidential



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