Health Enabling for Listening Professionals (HELP)
An experiential workshop for those who bear witness to others’ stress and trauma
Anyone who works with people in trauma can experience Vicarious Trauma. Serving over 6,000 victims a year, the staff at The Denver Center For Crime Victims is on the front line witnessing the trauma of others. … Learn more
DCCV is proud to be named a “Champion of Inclusiveness” by The Denver Foundation, and is a grant recipient and featured case study of the Foundation’s Expanding Nonprofit Inclusiveness Initiative (ENII).
DCCV’s Inclusiveness Statement
The Denver Center for Crime Victims is an inclusive agency which values the contributions and cultures of all its stakeholders and clients. We create an organizational culture based on respect, accountability and trust. Our commitment to inclusiveness is evidenced by our agency’s policies, practices and strategic plans.
Culturally and linguistically responsive crisis intervention services are available to all crime victims. The Denver Center for Crime Victims provides an immediate response to police requests for emergency services, as well as the victim’s call for help. All DCCV services are confidential and provided by bilingual/bicultural counselors and trained student interns. With the generous support of our donors, all services are available at no cost and are provided in the native language of...
DCCV is in need of caring individuals who are available during weekdays for internship or volunteer positions with our Hotline or The Translation & Interpreting Center. Students of social work, psychology, human services and other related fields are needed to assist in the hotline providing case management, information, advocacy, counseling and support groups for victims of crime. Community volunteers are always welcome. The Translation & Interpreting Center seeks graduate...