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Prevent Abuse - Community Outreach

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Denver Safe from the Start

Denver Safe from the Start is a bilingual school-centered prevention program for children ages three to ten. It is based on the premise that strengthening families helps to protect children from abuse and ensure their healthy development.

The program works to increase the safety and well-being of children by:

  • Teaching educators about child abuse prevention and how to help families access resources
  • Providing child development education for parents and family members as well as access to critical resources to strengthen families
  • Teaching young children self-protective and prevention of childhood sexual abuse

Denver Safe from the Start

We Understand Childhood Developmental Milestones

Our Early Childhood Mental Health Consultants work with Clayton Early Learning Center, Florence Crittenton Services, Adams County Head Start, Southwest Denver Childcare Centers, and other community partners to provide consultations, on-site assessments, and referrals to mental health treatment.

Prevent Child Abuse with Training & Education

We are committed to providing training opportunities for professionals and community members who work with high-risk children, traumatized children, and families. These trainings may benefit therapists, foster parents, caseworkers, police personnel, prosecutors, victim advocates, medical doctors, school personnel, community members, and family members. To view our upcoming training opportunities, please click the button below.

Training Opportunities

Community Outreach to Immigrant Families

The Denver Children's Advocacy Center (DCAC) provides FREE emotional support and resources to children and their families that are worried about their future because of their current immigration situation. If your child is struggling emotionally, behaviorally, or feeling stress at home or school... DCAC is here to help out!

Support includes: 

  • Support groups
  • Crisis intervention
  • Individual, family, and group therapy
  • Information about local resources (including immigrations attorneys)
  • Informative events

To learn more, please contact: 

Tali Linton
Bilingual Community Connector
Phone Number: 303-996-8581