We all deserve to be safe.
TESSA empowers victims and stands in solidarity with all citizens
of the Pikes Peak region against family violence.
See more of TESSA's 2013 Community Impact Report here.
Donated Items are always needed and appreciated.
Visit our In-Kind donations page for details.
TESSA Main Office Hours
Monday through Thursday | 7:30AM - 4:30PM
Friday | 7:30AM - 12:00PM
435 Gold Pass Heights
Colorado Springs 80906
Calhan Office Walk-in Hours
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday | 10:00AM - 4:30PM
Community Outreach Center | 328 Tenth Street
Cripple Creek & Divide Offices Walk-in Hours
(Cripple Creek) Monday & Wednesday | 9:00AM - 5:00PM
Aspen Mine Center | 166 E. Bennett Avenue
(Divide) Tuesday & Thursday | 8:30AM - 4:30PM
Teller Co. Public Health Bldg. | 11115 US Highway 24
For HELP outside of office hours, please contact the
Crisis Line: 719.633.3819
Keep up with TESSA events as they happen!
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
In support of survivors, TESSA is collaborating with multiple community businesses and organizations at a variety of events during the month of April.
Please follow the links for more information
on any specific event:
Denim Day Jeans Campaign (Throughout the Month of April): Local boutiques Barracuda Bazaar, Nice N’ Naughty, and Terra Verde will show their support with donations from jean sales and more.
Brewer’s Dinner (4.02): Sponsored by Old Chicago and featuring Red Leg Brewery beer pairings. Tickets available at Old Chicago (Austin Bluffs & Academy) or TESSA’s Main Office.
Check out the Menu here!
Tap Takeover (4.04): Lofty Brewing Company takes over the taps for a day at Old Chicago (Austin Bluffs & Academy)to raise money for Sexual Assault Survivors.
T-Party Benefit (Also on 4.16): The Women’s Club of Colorado Springs is sponsoring a fun evening to benefit TESSA and Partners in Housing.
Denim Day (4.23): Join TESSA, the El Paso County Department of Human Services, COLSA Corporation, and 14 local Starbucks locations in an international awareness campaign that challenges the myths around Sexual Assault.
Run for Mothers (4.26): A 5K or 1Mile fun-run sponsored by American Mothers at The Broadmoor. Proceeds to benefit TESSA and the R.J. Montgomery Center.
Love is Respect provides peer mentors 24/7 online, by text and by phone for youth and young adults.