2010s - 2010s
In 2014, the organization Received the Denver Mayor’s Diversity Award from the Denver Women’s Commission, in recognition of the PSG’s decades of work serving victims of domestic violence.
In 2015-2016, PSG created and piloted the Lawyers for Victims (LFV) program and received Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Special Projects funding to support the statewide replication of this innovative program.
PSG served as a founding partner and advisor in the creation of the Rose Andom Center, Colorado’s first Family Justice Center, which opened its doors in 2016.
In 2018, the organization was one of 6 agencies to file amicus curiae brief to allow victims with out-of-state protection orders to receive protection in Colorado.
In 2019, the organization further expanded attorney services through the addition of a Legal Director and Staff Attorneys to provide in-house representation and consultation to victims of gender-based violence.