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Advocates of Routt County is a non-profit organization providing crisis services, a confidential safehouse, victim advocacy, and social change advocacy for victims of domestic and sexual violence in Routt County.
Intimate partner violence, sexual violence, stalking and family violence are crimes that have reached a national epidemic.
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Your donations of goods help our community of recipients feel more at home, while away from home.
Advocates is in need of the following items:
Shelter (please, only new and unused items):
- Computer headset with microphone (for shelter computer)
- Hand Towels
- Kitchen Towels
- Light Bulbs
- Bath Mats
- Oral Thermometers (for children and adults)
- Diapers (size 2, 3, and 4)
- Baby Wipes
- Grocery store gift cards
- Gas gift cards
- Paper goods (paper towels, toilet paper)
- Bunk Beds (current beds in shelter are very old)
- Bike rack
Please call us at 970.879.2034 or email email@example.com if you have other potential donations.
Thank you for your support!
Thank you to our amazing supporters!
How to Support a Victim
Tips on How to Support
Advocates offers these tips to people who know someone that may be in danger.
Listen in a non-judgmental, supportive manner.
Be supportive, regardless of the number of times they return to the relationship.
Remind them that they are not alone and are not to blame for the abuse.
Make referrals to programs that offer assistance to victims of domestic violence. Encourage them to make contact with a victim advocate to discuss options.
Assist in developing a safety plan.
If they tell you they are afraid, trust that there are good reasons for that belief.
Tell them you’re concerned for their safety.
Tell them that they deserve better than this.
Be there for them even when you don’t understand their decisions.
For help in Routt County, people can call Advocates at 970-879-2034. The 24-hour crisis hotline number is 970-879-8888. In Moffat County, people can call Open Heart Advocates at 970-824-9709. The 24-hour crisis hotline number is 970-824-2400. In an emergency, call 911. Those looking for resources outside Northwest Colorado can call 800-799-7233.