Assault Victims Internships

The following are a list of possible internships in organizations that deal with individuals that have been assaulted. If there is a place you are interested in that is not listed, please consult Dr. Kyle Anne Nelson for approval:

A Woman’s Place

Provides services specifically geared toward victims/survivors of domestic violence, including emergency shelter, a 24-hour crisis line, individual domestic violence counseling, case management, education, support groups, legal advocacy and a children’s program.

Contact: Darci Darling


Phone: 970-351-0476

Fax: 970-351-6686

Address: P O Box 71, Greeley, CO 80632

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A Kid’s Place

Assessment center for child victims of severe physical and sexual abuse to be interviewed.  Also operates CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates),  providing volunteers to work on behalf of abused and neglected children in court.

Contact: Marsha Stoll

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Assault Survivors Advocacy Program (ASAP)- UNC

Following are flyers put together by students who interned at for this organization:

Intern Flyer

Intern Flyer

Flyer from ASAP

Contact: Emily Hedstrom-Lieser

Contact email:

Contact Phone: 970-351-1490

Contact Fax: 970-351-1485

Contact address: 501 20th St, Campus Box 17, Greeley, CO 80639

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Greeley Police Department-Victim Assistance Unit

Volunteers are trained to help crime victims deal with the confusion, frustration and problems that they face during the process of rebuilding their lives.

Contact: Diana Bratton
Phone:  970-350-9667

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Sexual Assault Survivors, Inc

Make presentations about sexual assault, sexual harassment, and dating violence to local middle and high schools.

Contact: Maribel Talamantes
Phone: 970-352-7273

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Sexual assault victim advocate (SAVA) center

At SAVA, we believe that every survivor of sexual assault should have a safe place to talk. The Sexual Assault Victim Advocate Center is looking for dedicated advocates to provide support to survivors on our 24-hour crisis hotline. To ensure quality service to the clients we serve, all advocates must be 18 years of age, successfully complete an extensive and enriching training process, and be able to staff several evening and weekend shifts a month. Fluent Spanish speakers welcomed!

Contact: Vida Houck

Phone: 970-472-4204

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