TS- Community In Mourning

Resources for mental wellness in times of mourning.

While mass shootings are something that has, unfortunately, become all too common in our modern world, they send shockwaves through our community every time they occur. On March 22, 2021, there was a mass shooting at the King Soopers on Table Mesa Boulevard that killed 10 individuals, one of who was a Boulder Police Officer. These tragedies encompass not only the grief and mourning of individual families but of entire communities. Please see below for resources and support regarding grief, processing this event, moving through trauma, and more.

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Mental Health Partners is here for the community during this time.
Our 24/7 Walk-in Crisis Center & Addiction Services is available.

A Mental Health Partners Walk-In Center is open 24/7 in Boulder. Services include confidential, in-person support, information and referrals to anyone in need. The center is available to those in need of direct services or those seeking to help engage another person in services, whether the crisis is substance-use related, or psychiatric or both. 3180 Airport Road, Boulder CO

We are continuing to welcome new patients by calling (303) 443-8500

We offer individual and family therapy to assist people in healing from trauma.
Our compassionate team is comprised of expert clinicians who are trained in the most current evidence-based trauma treatments.

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The mission of Mental Health Partners’ Outreach Teams are to increase access to mental health care and other types of care support and resources
throughout Boulder and Broomfield Counties. This team also serves as cultural liaisons collaborates with experts in the community value cultural responsiveness and work to improve the quality of life for everyone in our community. Our Outreach Team is divided into two groups with specific focuses: The Community Health Worker (CHW) Team can connect community members to local healthcare resources including housing, food stamps, mental health ,addiction recovery and healthcare. The Colorado Spirit Crisis Counseling Program (CCP) Team provides support and resources for individuals and families who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Please read below for more information on these teams and how to contact them.

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