DVOMB Provider Applications

Individuals who are interested in becoming a DVOMB Approved Provider need to apply first before providing any services. The DVOMB Approved Provider List identifies the providers who are eligible to receive referrals to provide evaluation, treatment, and assessment services to domestic violence offenders in Colorado.

On January 1, 2020, the process for becoming a DVOMB Approved Provider moved to a competency-based supervision process that is simple, comprehensive, and flexible to each applicant. A Domestic Violence Clinical Supervisor (DVCS) will assess applicants on clinical and administrative competencies. Those who demonstrate greater mastery of competencies based on their experience level, education, and clinical history may be able to move through the application process faster. This process empowers the DVCS to individualize the supervision for each applicant.

Applicants apply as individuals; not as partnerships, agencies, or programs. All application fees for each application are listed below and are non-refundable.

New applicants are encouraged to contact the DVOMB and attend a few trainings prior to starting this process. Other questions about the application process may be directed to carolina.thomasson@state.co.us.

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Position Available at PFA Counseling & Assessment

This is a flexible and dynamic position working with court-mandated clients who have committed domestic violence or other assault related crimes. Clients are referred to the agency through probation departments, and are required to complete treatment following the Colorado DVOMB standards. Employee must be self-driven, a DVOMB approved provider, and willing to work nighttime hours on some weekdays. Employee will be taking over the position from the current treatment provider, and will be able to step into an established program with existing clients.

Job Duties: Location: Aurora, CO

4-5 days per week (typically 11:00am-8:30pm), 4-8 Groups per week at 1.5 hours per group, Individual mental health counseling with clients weekly/biweekly/monthly, Intake evaluations to place clients into treatment, Potential to complete DV evaluations and mental health evaluations, Monthly peer DV supervision, Multidisciplinary Treatment Team meetings with probation and victim's advocate monthly Competitive Pay 

Contact Paige Weinard: pweinard.pfa@gmail.com, 720-299-7320