Mariposa Center For Safety

We offer a supportive network of individuals and resources that are trusted, tested, and proven to positively assist those looking to break the cycle of abuse.

What We Do

OUR MISSION
To empower survivors of domestic violence, human trafficking, sexual assault and family abuse through increasing self-sufficiency and self-worth, education, prevention, victim advocacy, and by offering emergency services, provisions, and shelter when needed.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTER

We have shelter services for women, women and children, and men who are fleeing domestic violence situations. Our shelter is safely tucked away at an undisclosed location that offers warmth, support, and advocacy services to help with getting a fresh start on living your best new life.

TERESA'S PLACE

Teresa’s Place Visitation Center has created a positive, accessible, and culturally responsive
environment where parents and children who have experienced family violence can participate in supervised visitation and exchanges that are safe and conflict-free.

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Runaway & Homeless Youth

Mariposa Center for Safety offers youth supportive services through our Runaway and Homeless Youth Program (RHY). RHY aims to end youth homelessness in rural Colorado by providing supportive services to unaccompanied youth in Pueblo. Services include temporary shelter, case management, and resource connection. Together we can create solid foundations for Pueblo’s youth, enabling a bright future for Pueblo and its citizens.

Mariposa Center For Safety Group

AREAS OF SERVICE

Legal Advice
LEGAL
Provisions Assistance
PROVISIONS
Education Assistance
EDUCATION
Shelter Assistance
Shelter

MORE SUPPORTIVE SERVICES

Community Education

We offer educational classes on domestic violence to local government, business, and community partners within Pueblo County

Case Management

Our on-site case managers are here to serve you with intake appointments, advocacy services, referrals, assistance with provision arrangements (Food, bills, and basic needs) and if needed, emergency services through our domestic violence shelter.

In-House Partners

We work with several community partners and nonprofits. We currently have both Health Solutions Mental Health Services and Catholic Charities onsite to provide coordinated services for our clients through case management referrals.

Clothing and Food Pantry

Through generous donations and grant funding, we are able to support our shelter clients and assist clients in need with necessities and provisions through our boutique and food pantry by referral.