Advocacy and Support

Specially trained legal advocates facilitate access to the legal system for victims seeking protection from domestic violence and stalking through the courts by maintaining a presence in the 2nd, 17th and 18th Judicial Districts.

Project Safeguard legal advocates provide appropriate forms required to petition the court for protection, assistance in understanding the intent of information requested in the forms or by the courtroom official who will rule on the case. They explain the process for obtaining protection orders, courtroom protocol, proper document service, and what to do in case of court order violation.

Project Safeguard staff are skilled in helping clients prepare safety plans, and they also identify community resources appropriate to individual clients and can offer legal representation referrals for client consideration. These legal advocates are not attorneys and cannot provide legal advice, but the confidentiality laws apply to all their contacts and communications.

Project Safeguard legal advocates are available to assist individuals when preparing to apply for protection orders in civil court in the Counties listed below.

Our regular office hours are Monday – Friday between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm.  Our offices are closed on all court holidays.

Adams County Office
Adams County Justice Center, Room 151
1100 Judicial Center Drive, Brighton 80601
303-637-7761
Info@PSGhelps.org

Arapahoe County Office
Arapahoe County Justice Center, Room 209A
7325 South Potomac Street, Centennial 80112
303-799-3977
Info@PSGhelps.org

Broomfield County Office
Broomfield Combined Courts, 2nd Floor
17 Descombes Drive, Broomfield 80020
720-887-2179
Info@PSGhelps.org

Denver County Office
Denver City and County Building, Room 177
1437 Bannock Street, Denver 80202
720-865-9159
Info@PSGhelps.org

NOTICE CONCERNING THE FILING OF PROTECTION ORDERS

City and County of Denver COVID-19 Response Update 

Mayor Issues Stay at Home Order

Mayor Michael B. Hancock today announced a new Public Health Order with an explicit stay at home directive for the City and County of Denver that will go into effect at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, March 24. The order continues through April 10 and may be extended as needed. The Mayor is urging all community residents and businesses to escalate their observance of previous stay at home guidelines amid the worsening COVID-19 epidemic.

With the issuance of this order, the Denver County Court will only be taking Verified Complaints for Civil Protection orders by E-mail.

Please E-mail the VERIFIED COMPLAINT FOR CIVIL PROTECTION ORDER TO:

DCCCOURTROOM159@DENVERCOUNTYCOURT.ORG

The courtroom will contact you with information after the complaint has been reviewed by a Judicial Officer

Protection Order Forms can be found on the Denver County Website:

www.denvercountycourt.org/FORMS/PROTECTIONORDERFORMS

 Rose Andom Center Office
Rose Andom Center
1330 Fox Street, Denver 80204
720-337-4468
Info@PSGhelps.org

Advocates may be in court when you call. Please leave a message and a SAFE phone number or SAFE email for us to get back to you. With the exception of holidays and weekends, you should be contacted within 24 hours.