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AIM outreach workers provide a range of services for patients and their families. These services include but are not limited to:

Hospital-based services

  • Mentorship
  • Mental health services
  • Substance abuse services
  • Family support services
  • Assistance with medical follow up

Community-based services

  • Education and job training programs
  • Life skills training (financial education, effective communication)
  • Tattoo removal
  • Financial assistance (victim’s compensation, food stamps, social security disability insurance)
  • Legal support
  • Recreational activities and support groups

All AIM services are free and confidential for the patient and their family.


At-risk Intervention and Mentoring (AIM) is the Rocky Mountain region’s only Hospital-based Violence Intervention Program (HVIP) and uses best practices from the national network of HVIPs, the Heath Alliance for Violence Intervention (HAVI), including trauma-informed care, and a public health approach to interrupt the cycle of violence among Denver’s at-risk youth and young adults ages 14-28 years old.

AIM partners with community organization, Gang Rescue and Support Project (GRASP) to promote client wellness and encourages transformational healing by addressing the emotional, psychological, cultural, and spiritual impact of acute physical trauma.

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