For over 40 years, Alternatives to Violence in Loveland has served to empower victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking by offering them a path to healing with advocacy, resources and a safe place to stay.
This giving season is an opportunity to help us prepare for the next few months. Home and the holidays aren't joyful for everyone. January usually brings a significant spike in crisis calls.
Your donations matter to the many victims we help get out of a violent situation. The funds raised for Colorado Gives Day helps staff our 24-hour phone lines, maintain a clean and comfortable SafeHouse, and much more so we can continue to provide critical services, support and supplies for free to those who need them.
Funds make a life-changing impact for survivors.
- $25 provides groceries or gas gift card for a victim
- $50 provides a victim of violence with the essential items they may have left behind
- $75 provides one night of shelter to a victim and children
- $100 provides transportation for victims and children to school, court appearances, and medical appointments
- $200 provides electricity, water, and heat for 8 families in the shelter
- $1000 helps a family of 4 transitioning out of our Emergency Residental Shelter move and furnish their own apartment
Thank you for helping victims become vic-tors.
FROM FORMER CLIENTS:
"Thank you for your amazing teaching lessons and skills. I have grown so much through this & I am grateful for you, this group and awesome organization. My future looks bright ahead. Thank you. Thank you."
"I have learned the need to set and maintain boundaries. It has definitely helped me become a stronger person and I am more confident in my ability to make good decisions about my life."
"ATV is a wonderful service for those in need of assistance. I came to ATV (on the suggestion of a friend) when I was in deep need of guidance and support. I have been coming here for several months and am working my way out of this mess with the help ATV's advocates and staff. Thank you for being here for me and my children."