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Reporting Child Abuse

Who To Call?

Anyone may make a report of suspected child abuse to either the Department of Housing and Human Services or Law Enforcement. You do not need proof, just a suspicion.

In Boulder County call the Department of Housing and Human Services:


Other Colorado counties

Outside Colorado call:


If you are uncertain what to do call us at 303-444-1388 and we will guide you.

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Reporting Child Abuse

For Professionals
Domestic Violence

Domestic violence, also known as intimate partner abuse, has become a pandemic across the United States, creating as many as 6 million victims each year. Additionally, over 3 million children are at risk of exposure to parental violence. (Bureau of Justice Statistics, Intimate Partner Violence in the U.S. 1993-2004, 2006.)  

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More Resources

Warning Signs 
The Benefits of Play Therapy
When Adults Play with Children 
Child Welfare Info Gateway 
Child Welfare League of America 
Admin. for Children and Families 

Resources for Care Givers
What Happens Next?

The primary mission of BSB is to conduct a neutral, child-friendly forensic interview and to provide the non-offending caregivers of the child with informative and empowering crisis counseling.

For info on our Caregiver Support Group email 

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More Resources

Characteristics of Offenders
Juvenile Offenders
Keeping your Child Safe
Supporting the Child
Self Care Tips
Therapist Q&A
Importance of Therapy
Therapist Referral List
Reading List
Project Pinwheel

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