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Irish eyes are trees

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Curbing domestic violence is more than just stopping violence. It’s about promoting family stability and assuring the well-being of parents and children exposed to abusive behaviors and violence.

Remember, domestic violence comes in many shapes and sizes. Abuse and neglect often result in economic hardship. Denver is host to a wealth of programs and services for families that experience domestic violence and child abuse. One organization that helps support families in need is FamilyTree.

Here you will find programs that help support families that have experienced domestic violence, child abuse, separation and other conflicts. You can gain access to educational videos, programs that will help your family regain stability, educational programs, legal advocacy, counseling, homelessness services, gift programs and more.

FamilyTree also sponsors emergency shelter and support services for victims of domestic violence and their children. Remember domestic violence is a crime that can happen to anyone. Learn more about what you can do to protect your family and children today by visiting




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