Victims of Crime

Who Can Receive Victims of Crime Counseling?

ANY person of ANY age who has been a victim of a crime, witnessed a crime, or was indirectly impacted by a crime, including:

  • Physical and Sexual Assault
  • Arson
  • Bullying
  • Burglary
  • Child Physical Abuse
  • Child Neglect
  • Child Pornography
  • Child Sexual Abuse/Assault
  • Domestic Violence
  • DUI/DWI
  • Elder Abuse
  • Elder Neglect
  • Hate Crime
  • Human Trafficking
  • Identity Theft or Fraud
  • Kidnapping
  • Mass Violence
  • Vehicular Victimization
  • Robbery
  • Stalking or Harassment
  • Homicide
  • Dating Violence
  • Terrorism
  • Violation of Court Order
  • Violation of Probation

How We Support Victims of Crime

We offer bilingual services for victims or witnesses of all ages residing in El Paso County. Counseling can take place in-person or online. Evening appointments available. You work with the counselor to determine how often you will meet and for how long.

Need Support Now?
Call: 915.565.5021

  • Anyone can call.
  • Professional staff standing by to help.
  • Immediate support for families experiencing stress, trauma, upheaval, etc.

Who Can Receive Services?

  • ANY person of ANY age who has been a victim of a crime, witnessed a crime, or was indirectly impacted by a crime.
  • Must reside in El Paso County.

COVID 19 Update

We are open and continue to serve our clients using all available precautions, including PPE, extra cleaning protocols, and social distancing. Our vehicles have sneeze guards between drivers and clients. We’re working hard to stay COVID-free!

“You guys have done so much for me for me these past weeks it’s unbelievable. Really can’t thank you guys more for everything.”

– Center for Children Client

Request an Appointment

For immediate support, call our 24-Hour Helpline: (915) 588-6542. For an appointment, email referral, or appointment request Call (915) 565-5021 or click the button below.