Grant Funded Services


The Therapist of Color Collaborative is a proud recipient of the Community Crime Victim Services grant program created by the Colorado General Assembly through House Bill 18-1409.  Through this grant we are able to provide  no-cost mental health counseling services to individuals and their immediate family members that qualify and have been impacted by a crime. 

Some examples of victimization include, but not limited to:

  • Childhood physical / sexual abuse
  • Adult physical / sexual assault
  • Domestic Violence
  • Childhood witness of Domestic Violence
  • Other violent crimes

Additionally, the Collaborative has received other grant funding in partnership with The Center for African American Health and Caring 4 Denver that allows us to expand access and provide care to individuals that are experiencing financial difficulties at no-cost to individuals who qualify. More specifically, these individuals must identify as a member of a “historically underserved population, namely people of color, men, and young adults'' to qualify. Please connect with a member of our intake team and we will help to determine if you qualify for a specific program to begin your journey.

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Your human capacity is limitless when you are empowered to be in control of your life. At the Therapist of Color Collaborative, you will be partnered with a professional to give you the encouragement you need to unlock your healing process and begin your journey.

All of your work in therapy is grounded in an approach centered around your person and is focused on moving you beyond what has held you back.  

Let us help you get this journey started!