Mental Health Resources and Ways to Support the Community
A big thank you to the Boulder Chamber for compiling this list.
- Boulder’s Office of Emergency Management has opened the Boulder Strong Resource Center, a more permanent space for anyone dealing with the aftermath of the King Soopers shooting, at 603 S. Broadway. The center offers a variety of services, including on-site crisis counseling, therapy dogs, massage and acupuncture, drinks and snacks provided by King Soopers, and more direct services for victims. Open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday.
- The City of Boulder has compiled a mental health resource list, available in English and Spanish.
- Cigna offers access to qualified mental healthcare professionals via a toll-free number (866) 912-1687. The line will be open 24/7. Free of charge, no health insurance required.
- Clinicians with Mental Health Partners are operating remotely at this time and offering mental health services to community members. Call (303) 443-8500 to schedule an appointment or visit the walk-in clinic at 3180 Airport Road, Boulder.
- The Community Foundation Boulder County has established the Boulder County Crisis Fund to support impacted individuals.
- Elevations Credit Union and Premier Members Credit Union are matching donations to support victims; several other funds also accept donations.
- The Boulder Office of Emergency Management Emergency Status page includes mental health/community healing resources and ways to support the victims and their families.