The ACP provides free informational training sessions and Application Assistant Certification. If you are interested in scheduling a training session for your agency, you may send a request by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 303-866-3344 to speak with the Outreach Coordinator. Please specify whether you would like an Application Assistant Certification session or a general Informational Training.
Informational Trainings provide details about the program and substitute address. They may be catered to the needs of your agency, whether that includes details about ACP Compliance or program information relevant to your clientele and workplace responsibilities.
Application Assistant Certification
Application Assistant Certification may be completed with staff, interns, or volunteers who provide direct services to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and/or harassment. Direct services can come in many forms and Application Assistants need not specifically be advocates. If you would like to learn more and potentially pursue Application Assistant Certification, please see this Application Assistants page for further details and training options.
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If you would like to request Colorado ACP brochures or materials, please email us at email@example.com or call 303-866-3344.
- Since its inception in July of 2008, the ACP has served more than 12,000 survivors.
- Over 4,500 Colorado residents are active participants in the ACP.
- ACP participants receive approximately 25,000 pieces of mail each month.
- The ACP staff manage an average of 725 participant calls and emails per month.
- The ACP processes more than 200 changes to participant households each month.
The Colorado ACP was the first confidential address program to impose an offender surcharge as a source of program funding. The offender surcharge brought in $156,029 in Fiscal Year 2018.
In 2013, Colorado and Arizona hosted the first multi-state planning session to explore the need for a formal organization dedicated to confidential address programs.
In 2015, the ACP received the Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance (COVA) "Outstanding Victim Service" award.
In 2016, the Department of Personnel &, Administration nominated the Address Confidentiality Program for the Governor's Elevation Award.
In 2016, NACAP (National Organization for Confidential Address Programs) was filed as a 501C(3) non-profit organization. Colorado is a founding member.