Help For Abused Partners, Inc. is an equal opportunity provider.

What we believe


We know that Abuse Is Never Ok!

We appose the use of violence and emotional abuse in any situation to assert power over another or as a means of control .

We support equality in relationships!

Equality in a relationship means that each person's interests and desires are respected and met to a reasonable degree as opposed to just one partner's needs dominating the relationship.

We work with great partners!

We recognize and support the efforts of other organizations and individuals that challenge oppression and societal violence.
Who we are and what we do.

Our Vision

Help for Abused Partners is a non-profit organization dedicated to advocating, supporting, and empowering victims of domestic violence. We provide a 24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter, individual advocacy, group support, court advocacy, help with protective orders and victim compensation claims, and children's programs.
"Sometimes the bad things that happen in our lives put us directly on the path to the best things that will ever happen to us!"

- Nicole Reed -
Help for Abused Partners provides services to adults and children affected by domestic violence and/or intimate partner abuse.

Services That Make A Difference

Emergency Shelter

We work with Emergency Shelter Programs to ensure a safe place for you and your family.

Support Groups

Adults and youths work with trained specialists individually and in group settings to share their experience.

Transitional Housing

We provide access to rental assistance and other services to help you gain permanent housing.

Safety Plans

A safety plan is a set of actions that can help lower your risk of being hurt by your partner.
The experiences you may be going through

When you're a victim of domestic violence

Because you are being exposed to threats, violence, intimidation, and emotional or psychological abuse, your sense of self will be altered. Reactions to violence may include difficulty concentrating, chronic physical complaints, shame and embarrassment, feelings of hopelessness and helplessness, anxiety, social withdrawal depression, fear, self-blame, inability to relax, anger, numbness, low self-esteem, nightmares, substance abuse, hyper-vigilance.

You may blame your own behavior, rather than the abuser's behavior and circumstances in order to please the abuser, believing that if you follow certain rules and make sure the abuser is happy, you will not be hurt. However, the abuser's violence is self-driven, and depends little on your words or actions. You may minimize the seriousness of the incident in order to cope, and not seek medical attention or assistance when needed. You may fear the abuser and may be ashamed of the situation; you may be reluctant to disclose the abuse to family, friends, at work, or to the authorities or victim assistance professionals.

If you suffer from physical or emotional abuse, need safety or freedom from violence, need help with solving problems created by domestic violence or if you fear for your safety of your children contact us. We are here to help and provide support.
Would you like to help?

Become A Volunteer

Volunteers make everything we do possible! The financial support and assistance we receive from the Northern Colorado community is what gives us the ability to assist our residents and clients. We are extremely grateful to the volunteers and donors that continue to help us provide services to families in need. Thank you for your support, advocacy and partnership!
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