We schedule Forensic Interviews at 9am, 12pm, and 3pm, Mon-Fri. To check availability Click Here and select the ‘week’ tab.
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:
Outside Colorado call:
If you are uncertain what to do call us at 303-444-1388 and we will guide you.
Handling a Disclosure:
* Remain calm
* Respect the child
* Refrain from conducting your own investigation
* Refuse to discuss outside the appropriate people
* Report the disclosure to the appropriate agency in a timely manner
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.)
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 Christine Springer
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