With ongoing COVID-19 situation, MADD Colorado is unable to hold in-person Victim Impact Panels until at least May 18th. As an option, we are making MADD’s online Victim Impact Panel available as a resource for courts, probation, and people who have gotten a DUI. 

This decision is based on feedback we’ve received from judges, probation officers, and people who need to attend a panel. 

MADD’s online Victim Impact Panel was originally developed for areas that do not have an in-person option. Normally, the online program is only available in other states.
The online option will be available here until the State of Colorado recommends resuming events of 10 or more people and we can hold our in-person Victim Impact Panels again.

Please know judges and probation officers can decide if they will accept the online Victim Impact Panel in lieu of an in-person panel. If judicial districts prefer to wait until in-person panels can resume, we have suggested a 90-day extension of the deadline to complete a panel.   

Here are the online Victim Impact Panel (VIP) details: 

·       MADD’s online VIP can be accessed at 

·       The cost to complete the program online is $65. While the VIP fee is still $50, the online VIP program carries an additional service fee of $15 which covers the cost of hosting and servicing the program. 

·       The certificate of completion looks different than our typical VIP certificate, but it still features the MADD logo. To verify the identity of the attendee, the online VIP also takes a photo of the attendee upon completion and prints the photo on the certificate. 

·       The program can be completed on a computer, smartphone, or tablet—any device that has a camera. Please contact MADD if you have questions. We are still working and will be available for you. We are so grateful for all you do to keep our communities safe and we want to support you during this time.


2-1-1 is a free, confidential, multilingual service that refers callers to non-emergency health and human services.

2-1-1 Colorado employs trained information and referral specialists who assist individuals and families that are seeking answers regarding community services in times of need.

  • Referrals you can access by dialing 2-1-1:
  • Rental / Utility Bills Assistance
  • Housing / Emergency Shelter
  • Food / Clothing Banks
  • Mental Health Assistance
  • Dealing With and Preventing Abuse
  • GED / ESL Classes
  •  Suicide Intervention and Prevention
  • Medical Clinics
  • Rx Assistance
  • Senior Services
  • Youth Programs
  • Support Groups
  • Legal Assistance

Call to Volunteer or To Make an In-Kind or Financial Donation And MORE!
The 2-1-1 Colorado database holds information about more than 11,000 services across the state of Colorado. These services are supported by more than 3,900 agencies.     If you are hearing impaired you can reach 2-1-1 by calling: Relay Colorado (7-1-1) or 1-800-659-2656 



Pikes Peak Work Force Center has virtual job fairs, online information for filing for unemployment insurance, and job that are available and are hiring currently. If you have lost your job or are worried about income please check out their website.



DUI information from Office Of Behavioral Health Colorado



Care and Share Food Bank

*COVID-19 Impacts and Updates*

As this situation continues to evolve, we will share updates and information on pantry closures and cancellations. Please visit for the latest news.

Update for El Paso County Schools 3/17/2020: El Paso County’s 15 public school districts set up a network and online map of food distribution locations:

We can help.

Good news! We are here to connect you to food in Southern Colorado.


or call Pikes Peak United Way's 211 Helpline at 719-955-0742. 



  Front Range Clinic 1304 N. Academy 970-493-9193

Behavioral Health, Out patient, opiate and medication assistance mobile services located in Colorado Springs and other Colorado locations   

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Celebrate Recovery Groups in Colorado Springs

Pikes Peak Christian Church
4955 Bradley Road, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80911 United States

Springs Community Church 
7290 Lexington Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80920

New Life Church
11025 Voyager Parkway, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80921 United States

Woodland Park Group
Impact Christian Church 
27400 N. Hwy. 67, Woodland Park, Colorado 80866 United States

The ManKind Project USA
Purpose driven and supportive brotherhood of men. Find local groups dealing with men issues.

720-608-1603 or &20-259-6018 Rita Petersen MA, LPC, NCC -
Codependency in primary relationships. Education, conversation, mindfulness, and challenging introspection. Deep women issues.

Resources - Inside/Out Youth Services
What other resources are available in the community for youth support? Inside/Out is the sole LGBTIQ youth services center in Colorado Springs, yet there are other needs we may not be able to fulfill!
Our 11 groups are led by trained peer facilitators, with valuable life experience. All groups are 90 minutes unless otherwise noted. There is no fee or registration required—just show up.

Support Groups - Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance
24 hour safe line is available 719-633-3819 
Due to COVID19 TESSA has advocates available by phone, to include rural areas such as Teller County.

TESSA - Building a community without domestic violence - TESSA of Colorado Springs
TESSA of Colorado Springs empowers victims of partner violence to take back the life that is rightfully theirs. 24 Hour Crisis Line: 719-633-3819

Colorado Springs:
1287 Lake Plaza Dr. Suite 109, Colorado Springs
​CO 80906
​719-227-9170 | Fax: 719-576-1500

Centro de la Familia - Inicio
Centro de la Familia es un centro bilingüe de consejería que sirve a la comunidad hispana/latina.

Women support group 
Penrose Cancer Center
2222 N Nevada Ave
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80907

Penrose Cancer Center - Cancer Care | Centura Health
To get the very best cancer care, you don't have to travel very far. Strengthened by the Centura Health Cancer Network, the Penrose Cancer Center brings world-class cancer technology and physicians right to southern Colorado's residents.

A Good Life Counseling Offers FREE Support Groups Please Contact us @