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redirecting their lives and reestablishing community ties.

Services & Programs


According to SOMB Standard 5.510: “.... The primary responsibility of the victim representative is to provide an avenue for victims and their families to be informed and heard. Involving a victim representative on the CST has many benefits, including improving supervision of the offender, increasing offender accountability, building empathy for the victim, decreasing offender secrecy, preventing an unbalanced alignment with the offender, and ensuring a safer community. The exchange of information between the victim, or the victim representative, and CST is crucial for the treatment of the offender and is often beneficial for the healing of the victim.

Currently, T.H.E. utilizes the services of Allison Brittsan, MA, LPC, on a bi-monthly basis. Allison has been assisting victims of crime and trauma for more than 25 years in many capacities. She is in private practice in Jefferson County and her areas of expertise include: clarification and family reunification. From 2000-2007, Allison served as an appointed member to the Colorado Sex Offender Management Board (SOMB) as the Victim Representative, and was the 2009 SOMB recipient of the, “Excellence In Victim Advocacy Award.” She continues to volunteer her time serving on various SOMB committees.