If you have been raped or sexually assaulted:
*Ensure your personal safety.
*Seek medical attention.
Emergency - 911
Denver Health Medical Center – 303-436-6000
*Call police and/or crisis hotline.
Emergency – 911
Police Non-Emergency – 720-913-2000
Rape Crisis Hotlines:
24-hour English-speaking hotline – 303-322-7273
24-hour Spanish-speaking hotline – 303-329-0031
Deaf and hearing-impaired hotline – 303-329-0023 (M-F 9:00 to 5:00 p.m.)
*Do not bathe or disturb potential evidence.
The Rape Assistance And Awareness Program (“RAAP”) provides support to survivors of sexual violence through counseling, advocacy, crisis hotlines and workshops for friends and family. RAAP works to stop sexual violence through prevention education, community outreach and awareness. The 24-hour hotline is (303) 322-7273 (English) and 303-329-0031 (Spanish). Further information can be found at www.raap.org.
The Denver Center for Crime Victims (“DCCV”) is a nonprofit agency that provides services to victims of crime and crime prevention education. DCCV’s services include a 24-hour hotline, information and referrals, assistance with emergency services, advocacy, crisis counseling and case management, support groups and community outreach. DCCV strives to provide culturally/linguistically appropriate services to meet the diverse needs of victims of crimes. The 24-hour hotline is 303-894-8000. Further information may be found at 303-860-0660 or www.denvervictims.org.
Victim Services Network is a collaborative network that collects and supports agencies and communities to provide innovative, seamless and integrated services to victims of crime in Denver. Further information can be found at www.victimservicesnetwork.org.