Violence Against Women Act


You will receive this notice:

Notification of Rights (HUD form 5380)

1. If you are a denied applicant,

2. At time of move-in/lease signing

3. With any notice of eviction or termination of assistance - unless notices are for the same offense, a copy will be placed in your resident file.


We cannot and will not discriminate due to Victim Status

1. Housing or assistance can not and will not be denied strictly based on the fact that applicant/or tenant is or has been a victim of Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault or Stalking.

2. We cannot and will not deny housing or assistance strictly based on incidents (i.e., previous eviction, arrests, bad credit, etc.) that have resulted from Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault or Stalking.

Bifurcation of Lease

We may bifurcate a Lease, following Federal, State, and local eviction procedures.

1. This means leaving the rest of the household intact & removing the abuser or Perpetrator from the Household.

2. Those remaining in the unit have 90 days to establish eligibility.

Emergency Transfers

We must help facilitate an Emergency Transfer, and in doing so:

1. A victim who fears for their safty may request an emergency transfer - see HUD form 5383

​2. A Victim may transfer within the community but the housing provider is not required to violate any program rules to accomplish this.  The household must be eligible and a vacant unit available.

3. A Victim may be referred to another community, applying as a new move-in which could require being on a wait list.

4. Some state agencies require notification when an emergency transfer request has been made.  If the state agency has such a requirement, management will disclose the information requested.​


Encino Apartments Pueblo Colorado.

Use the map feature below to locate emergency support for your city and state.  Housing choices are also listed for your information.

NDV Hotline

This list is not all inclusive.  This document lists publicly known crises contacts and emergency numbers to assist you.  Updates and more locations may be found on the map feature above 

VAWA Support

 The National Domestic Violence Hotline
(800) 779-SAFE (7233)

                                                                                                     By State & City
Colorado, Colorado Springs
Multiple Locations

Haseya Advocate Program
(719) 896-2560
Colorado, Fort Collins
(970) 782-3502
(888) 541-SAFE (7233) TOLL FREE

Colorado, Pueblo
YWCA of Pueblo Domestic Violence Services
(719) 545-8195
801 North Santa Fe Avenue
Pueblo, CO  81003
Kansas, Basehor
Safe Home
(913) 262-2868

Kansas, Chanute
Hope Unlimited
(620) 365-7566
8 North Washington
Iola, KS  66749

Kansas, Olathe
Safe Home
(913) 262-2868

Kansas, Emporia
SOS, Inc.
(800) 825-1295

Kansas, Hays
Options Domestic and Sexual Violence Services, Inc.
(800) 794-4624

Kansas, Kansas City
Hope House
(816) 461-HOPE (4673)

Rose Brooks
(816) 861-6100

Kansas, Lawrence
The Willow Domestic Violence Center
(785) 843-3333
(800) 770-3030 (Toll Free)
Oklahoma, Ada
Family Crisis Center
(580) 436-3504

Domestic Violence Service Chickasaw Nation
(580) 272-5580

Oklahoma, Bartlesville
Family Crisis and Counseling Center
(844) 311-7233

Oklahoma, Duncan
Women’s Haven
(580) 252-5324

Oklahoma, Shawnee
Project Safe
(800) 821-9953

Oklahoma, Norman
WRC Norman
(405) 701-5540

Wyoming, Casper
Self-Help Center
(307) 235-2814
918 East 2nd Street
Casper, WY

Wyoming, Cheyenne
Safehouse Services
(307) 637-7233
714 West Fox Farm Road
Cheyenne, WY  82007

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