Community Health and Resilience is the newest division of Longmont Public Safety.
Find more information about other community programs by clicking the links below:
Programs and Resources
Longmont Ending Violence Initiative (LEVI)The Longmont Ending Violence Initiative (LEVI) Section is responsible for working to combat the problem of domestic violence in Longmont to include prevention/education, public information as well as help victims and their families find easy access to domestic violence services. LEVI staff are available to make presentations on the subject of domestic violence and teen dating violence. LEVI staff also collaborate with other community organizations around the subject of domestic violence and lead the local effort in yearly informational campaigns such as Domestic Violence Awareness and Teen Dating Violence Awareness Months. More information about LEVI.
Office of Emergency Management
The Longmont Office of Emergency Management (OEM) helps to coordinate City departments, private and non-governmental organizations, and the community to prepare for, respond to, and recover from emergencies and disasters in the area. Primary responsibilities of the OEM include working with stakeholders to develop and update emergency plans, track resources, and develop partnerships with organizations at every level of the community to ensure we are all working together when things are at their worst.
The Victim Services Unit is responsible for providing 24/7 on-scene response to victims of crime and/or traumatic events. Victim Advocates can help victims and witnesses by providing crisis intervention, follow up, resources, referrals, advocacy, and practical help.
Volunteer ProgramTo volunteer in the Community Health and Resilience division, contact Assistant Public Safety Chief Dan Eamon (303) 651-8433.