Advocates was incorporated in December 1983. The grassroots beginnings of the organization were initiated by the Routt County District Attorney’s office. Initial services included 24-hour crisis response by volunteers and the director. Through the years services were expanded as the needs in the community presented. AABA began providing 24-hour crisis response to other crime victims in 1999. A sexual assault program was initiated in 1985 and outreach services expanded in the following years to include a high school peer education program, criminal justice advocacy, and a residential shelter.
- 24-hour Crisis Response for all victims of crime
- Residential Shelter
- Women's Support Group
- Teen Support Group
- Criminal Justice Advocacy
- Civil Protection Order Assistance
- Education/Awareness Presentations
- Outward Bound
- Violence Prevention
- Workplace Violence
- Routt County Supervised Visitation & Safe Exchange
- Lethality Assessment
Advocates Building Peaceful Communities
24-Hour Crisis Hotline: 970-879-8888
If you are in Moffat County, call 824-2400 for the Crisis Hotline.