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Victim Assistance Services

Are you a victim of a crime or a survivor of abuse?  We’re here to help you.

If you’ve been the victim of a violent crime, chances are you’re worried about a lot of things. Getting help shouldn’t be one of them.

At AllHealth Health Network, we offer a wide range of confidential services provided by professionals who are experienced in working with survivors of crime and abuse.

Treatment is available

Mental health services available to people of all ages include:

  • Individual Therapy
  • Diagnostic Assessment
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Group Therapy for Trauma Recovery
  • Family Therapy
  • Substance Abuse Counseling
  • Play Therapy for Children
  • Case Management Services

How are costs covered?

We accept most major insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, Victims Compensation and private pay. If you do not have insurance and are not awarded Victims Compensation reimbursement, we may be able to provide mental health care through the 18th Judicial District Victim Assistance and Law Enforcement (VALE) grant program.

Our staff can assist you in determining if you’re eligible for Victims Compensation. Applications must be submitted to the judicial district where the crime occurred.

How to get started?

The easiest way to start is by calling AllHealth Network. 303 730 8858



Criminal Justice Know Your Rights

Apply for Victims Compensation.

  • You must be a victim of a violent crime in Colorado, or you must be a victim of a terrorist attack.
  • You must be a victim of a compensable crime that occurred on or after July 1, 1982 that resulted in a loss.
  • You must have reported the crime to law enforcement within 72 hours.
  • You must cooperate with law enforcement.
  • You must file an application within one year, or within six months for a property crime

Click below and visit Colorado Division Of Criminal Justice's Victims Rights Page

CDOCJ Victims Rights