After Hours Crisis Hotline:
Transitional Housing Program is now Rapid Re-Housing Program
The Rapid Re-Housing program is designed for women with children who have experienced domestic violence, and as a result, economic hardship. Women and their children may participate in ATV Transitional Housing Program for up to one year.
ATV’s housing clients are provided with a stable place to live, counseling to recover from the trauma of abuse and comprehensive case management to help them become self-sufficient and emotionally strong. This program provides a chance for survivors to rebuild their lives and become self sufficient.
Alternatives to Violence opened the first Transitional Housing Program in the state of Colorado in 1988. Alternatives to Violence has one of the oldest transitional housing program in the state, now serving 13 families. 54 women and children.
The financial literacy programming is providing to all program participants requesting this service and is funded by The Allstate Foundation.
Established in 1952, The Allstate Foundation is an independent, charitable organization made possible by subsidiaries of The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL). Allstate and The Allstate Foundation sponsor community initiatives to promote safe and vital communities; tolerance, inclusion, and diversity; and economic empowerment. The Allstate Foundation believes in the financial potential of every individual and in helping America's families achieve their American dream.