Children's Advocacy Center for the Pikes Peak Region

Safe Passage is the safe place where child victims of abuse tell what happened to them, and then begin to heal. Your financial contribution will ensure that all child victims receive the protection and support they need to heal from the trauma of abuse.

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General Information

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Childrens Advocacy Center for the Pikes Peak Region Inc​​​​​​​
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Safe Passage
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423 South Cascade Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
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Mission Statement

The mission of Safe Passage is to give abused children a voice and enable the healing process by acting as the single source of contact for medical, investigative, and legal services.

Organization History

Safe Passage was incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1994. This children's advocacy center supports and protects more than 800 child victims each year. Children who are victims of sexual assault or physical abuse, or who are witness to violent crimes come to Safe Passage for the necessary forensic and healing services. Safe Passage grew out of small program operated by Colorado's Fourth Judicial District Attorney's Office. The founders recognized the need for a larger investigative and support program and, in response, developed an accredited children's advocacy center. It is the goal of Safe Passage to provide the necessary and healing services to every child victim of abuse in El Paso and Teller Counties and the entire Pikes Peak Region.


The mother of a child victim who received services at Safe Passage wrote: "Our world was a storm and they brought calm. Our Advocate would always say that it would be OK, that this wouldn't consume our lives. And she was right."

Another parent of a child victim who received services at Safe Passage wrote: "My daughter said that her stuffed animal will always remind her of the people who cared for her and helped her. She felt so loved."

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