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Supporting the #BoulderStrong Resource Center

Rebuilding Lives Through Therapy and Support To Create a Stronger Community

Mental Health Partner is providing a variety of services and support, including therapists, at the #BoulderStrong Resource Center, which has been set up to serve those impacted by the Table Mesa Incident. The Center is located on the second floor of Chase Bank in the Table Mesa Shopping Center (603 S. Broadway). The hours are 11 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday (closed Monday).

Individual Therapy

Individual, supportive counseling is available at no cost through August 1, 2021 for King Soopers employees, employees of other businesses in the Table Mesa shopping center, and customers shopping at Table Mesa merchants on March 22. Please call MHP’s Main Line at (303) 443-8500.

Moving Beyond Trauma
Offering individual and family therapy to assist people in healing from trauma. A compassionate team is comprised of expert clinicians who are trained in the most current evidence-based trauma treatments. Call (303) 443-8500.)

Resiliency Trainings
Four trainings are available that include easy-to-understand and valuable information to help individuals understand and develop skills to deal with stress and adversity in their lives, assist others and navigate this tumultuous time with compassion, grace, and positive outcomes. To register and for more information, call (720) 406-3690 or email criley@mhpcolorado.org.

Walk-In Crisis Services

For immediate crisis support, call the 24/7 Statewide Crisis Line at 1-844-493-TALK (or text TALK to 38255), or visit the 24/7 Walk-in Crisis Center & Addiction Walk-In Services located at 3180 Airport Road, Boulder CO

My Resilience Website

This free, interactive experience is a customized learning and skill-building environment that aids in understanding what a person may be experiencing in the aftermath of a traumatic event, as well as the teaching the skills necessary to aid in trauma healing and empower a sense of resilience. All information is confidential and accessible only to the user.

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Resources for Coping, Grief and Trauma Response Following the Table Mesa Incident

While mass shootings are something that has, unfortunately, become all too common in our modern world, they still send shockwaves through our community every time they occur. On March 22, 2021, the Table Mesa Incident killed 10 individuals – all of whom had strong connections to the fabric of our close-knit and community and one who was a respected Boulder Police Officer. These tragedies encompass not only the grief and mourning of individual families but of entire communities. We invite you to explore this page for resources and support regarding grief, processing this event, moving through trauma, and more.

Boulder Strong: Cultivating Our Hope

After a year of challenges, including recent events in our community, we invite clients and community members to digitally submit an art piece or creative writing (max 250words) sharing their experience with grief, resilience and hope. These submissions will be posted on a special #BoulderStrong blog series and on MHP’s Instagram and Facebook pages. Submissions must be appropriate for a general audience and are selected on the determination of MHP’s digital marketing team. One submission per individual. Send submissions to websitemhp@mhpcolorado.org including name, link to video if applicable, and summary of art piece.