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If you were affected by the recent shooting at King Soopers in South Boulder, reach out to one of your neighbors at the link here who can help. You can search for the type of help you are looking for – help with errands, therapy, counselling, pet care, and more has been offered.

Don’t see what you’re looking for? Check the resources below, or email us at and we will get back to you as quickly as we can.

General Help

The Community Foundation
The Boulder County Crisis Fund will support the needs of those directly affected and the needs of our community to heal from this horrendous event.

Crime Victims Services Directory
The Directory will help you find: Victim service agencies in specific geographic areas; Agencies by specific service type; Agencies that specialize in working with specific types of crime victims.
Directory Website

Colorado Crime Victim Compensation
If you or your family have been physically or emotionally injured as the result of a crime,  you may be eligible to receive compensation for your financial losses. Apply by contacting the administrator in the judicial district where the crime occurred.
Judicial District Map – find your district Victim Compensation Administrator List – find who to contact in your district

CU Boulder Emergency & Crisis Care
If you are experiencing a crisis you can access 24/7 support through a variety of resources.
Counseling & Psychiatric Services (CAPS) 303.492.2227 Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741

Free Acupuncture for Trauma Relief
Acupuncturists Without Borders is offering free acupuncture for trauma relief to anyone affected.
Where: Congregation Nevei Kodesh, 1925 Glenwood Dr, Boulder, CO 80304 When: Sunday March 28th 9am-12pm, Monday March 29th, 4pm-6pm

Playing Tetris and Word Games to Prevent Symptoms of Trauma
Playing word games or Tetris after a traumatic event can help prevent intrusive memories – a key symptom of PTSD
Google Play | Apple App Store

Emergency Family Assistance Association
For qualified individuals, the association provides access to a food bank, financial assistance, family housing, and offers a children’s program. If you need help, please call their front desk at (303) 442-3042 to see if you qualify and to make an appointment.

HeartLight Center
A nonprofit gathering place open to all in our community, HeartLight Center seeks to provide education about, and support through, the grief process.
(720) 748-9908 11150 E Dartmouth Ave Denver, CO 80014

TRU Community Care
TRU is offering multiple grief processing sessions for our community as well as additional types of grief support. Please view our community support events and resources here.
For grief counseling, please call (303) 604-5300.

Click here to learn about PTSD, how to recognize symptoms, and learn more about where you can get treatment.

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Food, Errands, Delivery

Boulder Valley Mutual Aid
If you don’t feel safe going out, or if you could use someone to bring you groceries or run other errands, Boulder Valley Mutual Aid can help.
Fill out the form linked here to request aid.

Harvest of Hope Pantry
HOH’s mission is to provide a sense of hope to Boulder families and individuals by relieving the stress of food insecurity; To be a sustainable source of supplemental food to those in need; and To provide an efficient outlet for the redistribution of food.
Sign up at the link here.

CU Boulder Emergency & Crisis Care
If you are experiencing a crisis you can access 24/7 support through a variety of resources.
Counseling & Psychiatric Services (CAPS) 303.492.2227 Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741

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Talk to Someone

Disaster Distress Helpline
Provides crisis counseling and support for anyone in the US experiencing distress or other behavioral health concerns related to any natural or human caused disaster, including public health emergencies.
Call 1-800-985-5990 or Text TalkWithUs to 66746

Colorado Crisis Services
Provides confidential crisis support, information and referrals are available 24/7.
Call 1-844-493-TALK (8255), text TALK to 38255, or access chat via their website.

National Helpline
Treatment referrals and information is available 24/7

Mental Health Partners
Clinicians are working remotely 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 Rd, Boulder.

Community Health Workers
Community Health Workers is a virtual team of Mental Health Partner’s providers who are available on Facebook to connect to the community. Community health workers are available to share resources, connect people to resources, and share helpful tips. Deems expertise includes housing, veteran affairs, and Latin X communities.
Connect to Community Health Workers on Facebook, or through Mental Health Partners website.

University of Denver Counseling Services Clinic
Counseling services for adults, children, couples, families, etc. at affordable rates. The sessions are provided by graduate student counselors under direct supervision of licensed psychologists and a peer consultation group. Prices range from $5 – $30 per session.
Call 303-871-2528 or email to schedule an appointment.

Therapy Aid Coalition
Free short-term therapy is available for those directly impacted by the Table Mesa Shooting at King Soopers. Fill out the form linked below to be matched with one of their therapists.
Form for therapist matching

Therapy Aid Coalition & The Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute
Therapy Aid Coalition & The Somatic Experiencing ® Trauma Institute are co-hosting FREE drop-in crisis counseling for those impacted by the King Soopers shooting.
Where: Unity of Boulder Church, 2855 Folsom St, Boulder, CO When: Friday March 26th 9am-11:30am, Saturday March 27th, 11am-3pm

Bigger than the Trail
BTTT will provide 3 Free months of Betterhelp service to anyone that is seeking support. 24/7 access ot licensed counselors. Call or Text. Must be 18 or older.
Click here for more info

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Support for Veterans & Suicide Prevention

Suicide Prevention Hotline
People are available to provide free and confidential support 24 hours a day. Visit their website for additional supports.

Veterans Crisis Line
Are you a veteran in crisis or concerned about one? The Veterans Crisis Line’s caring qualified responders are available 24/7 to provide confidential support no matter what you are experiencing.
Phone: 1-800-273-8255 Text: 838255 Chat Online

Veteran Combat Call Center
ll staff members are either combat veterans themselves or spouses of disabled veterans. They are available 24/7 for veterans, family members and anyone looking to help the veteran. “If you call, they can help.

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