Stand Up Colorado launches October 1, 2017!

Stand Up Colorado is a statewide, collaborative, multi-year relationship violence prevention campaign that goes beyond public awareness to alter behavior and affect long-term social change. The Campaign will prevent future relationship violence by shaping an informed, zero-tolerance public attitude that inspires individual and community action.

Relationship violence is not OK, but it is OK to ask for help.

It is the responsibility of those who use abusive behaviors to seek help for themselves to change their behavior.

It is vital that all members of the community take action to help end relationship violence.

A Future Free From Relationship Violence

Our Colorado community values health and well-being, and will not tolerate relationship violence in any form. As we recognize and act to prevent this violence, people who choose to abuse will take responsibility for changing their behavior and Colorado will create a future free from relationship violence.

Our partnerships continue to expand statewide and currently include:
Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence | Denver City Attorney’s Office | Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault | Colorado Department of Human Services Domestic Violence Program | Colorado Attorney General’s Office | Denver District Attorney’s Office | Advocates Building Peaceful Communities – Steamboat Springs | Advocates for Victims of Assault and St. Anthony Summit Medical Center – Frisco | Alliance Against Domestic Abuse – Salida | Asian Pacific Resource Center | Bright Future Foundation – Avon | Initiative for Women with Disabilities | DOVE | DV and sexual assault offender management boards | Family Tree – Jeffco | Hilltop – Grand Junction and Montrose/Delta | offender treatment providers | Project PAVE | Renew – Cortez | Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley – Longmont | St. Anthony North | San Luis Valley Immigrant Resource Center – Alamosa | Servicios de La Raza | TESSA – Colorado Springs |UC Denver | YWCA Pueblo