to be safe.
We all do. That’s why TESSA empowers victims of partner and sexual violence to take back the life that is rightfully theirs.
|domestic violence calls made to police daily in Colorado Springs|
It happens here. More than you think.
TESSA staff provides help in crisis situations, works with victims to create safety plans, and connects victims with other community services.
TESSA’s Safehouse provides shelter, food, case management, housing assistance, counseling, and support to female survivors and their children.
The TESSA team helps victims navigate the criminal justice system, provides legal assistance, and connects victims with community resources.
Youth & Children's Program
TESSA team members provide counseling, case management, support groups, and fun group activities for kids both in and out of the TESSA Safehouse.
TESSA Therapists provide individual and group psychotherapy, as well as therapeutic support groups for DVSA survivors.
TESSA offers confidential support and services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and their children.
Jessica was new to Colorado after fleeing her state to escape her violent husband, who had severely beaten and nearly killed her. She was not familiar with the resources available in the Colorado Springs region, so a family member referred her to TESSA. Jessica came to TESSA seeking help and information, which she quickly received through a confidential victim advocate.
Ready to be a champion for a violence-free community? Your donation of time, expertise and/or money will change lives.
For safe shelter or to request critical information contact
TESSA’s Safe Line: 719.633.3819.
Please leave a message if it is safe to do so, with a safe contact number and name. We will respond as quickly as we can. For additional support and general questions contact TESSA’s
Main Office: 719.633.1462.