Resources for COVID-19

If you need help
TESSA is ready and fully prepared to continuing to provide services while protecting the health of our community. We are here and we are ready to help. If you are considering leaving your abuser or just need to talk, call us at 719-633-3819. If you are considering staying in an abusive situation for financial reasons, we can help you stay safe with resources, basic needs and rental assistance. Keep scrolling for more available resources.
If you want to help someone you are concerned about right now

General Information

Learn more about COVID-19 from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention

TESSA Advocates are available Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm at the following numbers: 

720-924-1463 720-432-8856 720-445-5897 719-357-9543

720-900-1297 720-549-0972 312-880-9213

Rural Numbers:  

719-243-4833 Eastern
719-243-5508 Eastern and Teller
719-822-3033 Teller

Sexual Assault

TESSA remains committed to providing legal, counseling and advocacy assistance for those who have experienced sexual violence of any kind. If you are a victim or survivor of sexual assault, our SafeLine is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 719-633-3819 for you to speak confidentially to a victim advocate. You can also access these listed resources for additional information and support (list will be updated as we become aware of additional resources.)

Local Schools and Universities: In order to access help for campus sexual violence

Colorado Coalition against Sexual Assault (CCASA) CCASA’s Digital Storytelling Project:

National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) :“7 Ways Survivors of Sexual Violence Can Practice Self-Care When Re-traumatized During Tragedy”:

National Alliance to End Sexual Violence (NAESV)

The Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network (RAINN) Information on post-assault help: