The Center for Trauma & Resilience

1 in 5 people in Denver will experience a crime this year. CTR assists thousands of individuals 24/7 with their recovery from the unthinkable and unexpected. Join us in promoting emotional, physical and financial recovery. With your support, we provide critical follow-up care to those in need.

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General Information

Official Name
The Center for Trauma & Resilience​​​​​​​
DBA/Trade Name(s)
Former Name(s)
(2015)The Denver Center for Crime Victims
Date Established
Offers Additional Colorado State Tax Credit
Tax ID
Headquarters Address
P.O. Box 18975
Denver, CO 80218
Colorado Location
Mailing Address
Other Address
P.O. Box 18975
Denver, CO 80218
Main Phone Number
Fax Number
Other Phone Number
(303) 718-8289
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Mission Statement

To provide culturally and linguistically responsive programs, health promotion and crime prevention education.
CTR serves:
- all types of crime, property crime - violent crime
- all age, race, language, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, disability, income
- reported to the police or not
- resident status or not
- crime was recent or the past

Organization History

CTR was established in 1987, a collaborative effort between the Denver Medical Society and the Denver District Attorney's Crime Prevention Advisory task force. CTR has been the beacon of hope for more than 175,000 crime victims. From purse snatchings to homicides, our dedicated counseling staff is available 24 hours a day. We strive to provide culturally and linguistically responsive services to meet the diverse needs of our clients. Services are provided at no charge to the individual.


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