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“No Pet Left Behind” Project

Learn more about our biggest project of the year by watching the video bellow.

SPAN offers support and services that provide healing, hope and opportunity to adults, youth and children who have been impacted by domestic or dating violence, are seeking resources or information or are questioning unhealthy aspects of their relationship.

All services are confidential and FREE of charge. All services are available in English and Spanish.

Getting involved with SPAN is easy! There are many ways you can support the work we do.


One of the best ways to support our work is to donate.

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Browse our list of needed items, and purchase what you wish.


Get involved by volunteering your time with SPAN.

Sponsorship Opportunities

From events, to fundraisers and supply drives, your sponsor ship makes a difference.


Domestic violence related deaths occurred in Colorado in 2023


BVSD Students received our violence prevention curriculum in the 2022-2023 school year


Crisis hotline calls were responded to in 2023


Nights stayed in SPAN’s shelter in 2023 — 230 adults and 146 children

To encourage and promote an unparalleled quality level across the entire organization, fostering organizational excellence.

To provide meaningful and effective resources that support adults and children impacted by interpersonal violence.

To implement violence-prevention initiatives that promote safety, dignity and liberation for all people.

To engage individuals, groups, policymakers and the entire community in efforts that promote economic, racial and social justice.


Letter from a Client

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I am so grateful for SPAN and their Lawyers For Victims Program (LFVP). SPAN advocates were available to support and assist me throughout the entire process of getting protection to…


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Irene was referred to SPAN through our Domestic Abuse Response Team (DART) in September 2013. Irene was arrested for the incident, however upon further assessment, we determined that she was…


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Alice entered SPAN’s Emergency Shelter Program in January 2014 and became a Transitional Housing client in April 2014. She moved in with three of her children. Her eldest has autism…