PorchLight is a Family Justice Center located in Jefferson County, Colorado. We bring together essential services for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, human trafficking, elder & child abuse, all in one place. We excitedly opened our doors in 2021, and have seen a steady increase in the need for our services. Our center features on-site childcare, advocacy, virtual court rooms, trauma informed therapy, pet care and more.
No appointment is necessary, we are open from 8:30AM - 4:30PM.
"Getting all services in one place is so much more helpful especially when you are trying to leave a dangerous abusive relationship."
"I felt very safe and respected. They helped guide me in the right direction and checked in on me after to make sure I didn’t need any additional support. Wonderful place!"
"Thank you for all your help. Before I found out about you guys, I was feeling hopeless! I didn’t understand how there was no help for someone going thru my struggles before coming here. "
"The staff are Amazing. [redacted], my dog, and I felt loved and cared for. "
"Nicole was AMAZING! With her help, I had more viable resources in minutes than I had gotten in years of trying to navigate the system myself. Nicole was so kind and helpful."
Our mission is to bring together essential services for victims, survivors and their children to create a positive pathway forward, and to foster public safety.
Lifting Victims' Voices in Jefferson and Gilpin Counties
PorchLight Family Justice Center (FJC) provides comprehensive legal, emotional and critical supportive services for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, abuse of at-risk individuals, elder abuse, and human trafficking. The center is centrally located in Jefferson County, Colorado. The FJC is a safe, caring environment that provides one-stop services and support. Key local government agencies, law enforcement, community, social and legal service providers, and District Attorney's Offices are located on-site at the FJC to make it easier for victims and survivors to get help. We strive to offer our community a kind-hearted, victim-centered home where victims, survivors, and their children come first as they work through the healing process.