Ending Interpersonal Violence (IPV) through Prevention, Awareness
and Support Services
The Phoenix Center at Auraria (PCA) serves students, staff, and faculty at CU Denver, CU Anschutz, Community College of Denver, and MSU Denver who have been impacted by interpersonal violence (relationship violence, sexual assault, and stalking) either directly or as a secondary survivor. The PCA provides free and confidential resources, referrals, and emotional support.
The PCA provides a variety of services to folx who have been impacted by
interpersonal violence including emotional support, resource referrals,
academic/employment advocacy, accompaniment and guidance through the
criminal/civil legal system, accompaniment and guidance through the Title IX
process, and assistance applying for victim’s compensation.
How to contact The Phoenix Center at Auraria
24/7 Free and Confidential Helpline: 303-556-CALL (2255)
(information on interpersonal violence, referrals, options,
appointments, and next steps)
Tivoli Student Union, Suite 259
Office Hours: Monday to Friday 8am-5pm
For Appointments: 303-315-7250
Prevention Education (VPE)
The VPE program provides workshops on a variety of topics related to
interpersonal violence (IPV). Workshops can be customized to run 60-90 minutes
long so they can be easily implemented during a class period, staff meeting, or
conference. To learn more about specific workshop topics and how to schedule,
visit our website at https://www.thepca.org/prevention-education/ or
email us at email@example.com.
Along with our
campus partners, we plan a variety of both passive and active awareness-raising
programs over the course of the academic year. In particular, we host programs
and awareness campaigns during Domestic Violence Awareness Month (October),
Stalking Awareness Month (January), and Sexual Assault Awareness/Activism Month
(April). These campaigns help to raise awareness of these issues, engage our
campus community in creating an environment which is inhospitable to violence,
and let survivors know that there is support available to them on campus.