Colorado Wildfire Support

To heal a whole community, it takes a network of community partners working together to recover, rebuild, and reinvest in resilience. We recognize recovery takes time, and we are committed to offering continued support. Those impacted by the Marshall Fire can get support by phone (303-545-0852) or email (

Youth/Kids Resources


Healthy Young Minds
(303) 317-6504

OUT Boulder
(303) 499-5777

Early Childhood Council of Boulder County
(720) 548-3981

A Precious Child
(303) 466-4272

Boulder Valley School District
(303) 466-4272

Nurturing Strides
(303) 335-0221

Active Louisville Kids
(303) 665-9669

Mental/Emotional Resources

Spark The Change
(720) 420-3218

Mental Health Partners
(303) 443-8500

Jewish Family Services
(720) 248-4686

Tru Community Care
(303) 442-0961

Household Resources

Sister Carmen
(303) 665-4342

Harvest of Hope
(720) 382-1971

Marisol Health
(303) 665-2341

Our Front Porch
(720) 593-8606

Financial/Housing Resources

Small Business Administrative
Assistance Program
(303) 682-1071

Jewish Family Services
(720) 248-4686

Boulder Area Rental Housing Association
(303) 494-9048

Colorado Housing and Financial Association
(303) 297-2432

Logistical Resources

Colorado Legal Services
(303) 837-1313

United Policy Holders

211 United Way
Dial 211 or 866-760-6489

Colorado Resources

(877) 726-4727

CO Crisis Line

Sobriety Resources

Alcoholics Anonymous
Near Louisville
(866) 641-9190

Narcotics Anonymous
Near Louisville
(866) 801-6621

LGBTQIA+ Resources

OUT Boulder
(303) 499-5777

The Trevor Project
(212) 695-8650

Bilingual Resources

(303) 443-9899

OUR Center
(303) 443-9899

A Precious Child
(303) 466-4272

Resilience Resources

Boulder Resilience

Boulder Strong Resource Center
(303) 545-0844

Rebuilding Resources

Pet Loss Resources

Humane Society of Boulder
(303) 442-4030

Resources in Response to the Marshall Fire in Colorado

In response to the recent wildfires in Colorado, the National Child Traumatic Stress Network has developed resources to help children, families, and communities navigate what they are seeing and hearing, acknowledge their feelings, and find ways to cope together. Resources include:


Support Helplines 

  • SAMHSA has a Disaster Distress Helpline – call or text 1-800-985-5990 (for Spanish, press “2”) to be connected to a trained counselor 24/7/365.
  • Colorado Crisis Services Crisis support available 24/7   1-844-493-8255 | Text “TALK” to 38255
  • Domestic Violence Hotline and Support    1-800-799-SAFE (7233) |TTY: 1-800-787-3224 | Text ‘START’ to 88788


Organizations Providing Resources & Information

Boulder County Public Health

Please reach out to the Boulder County Public Call Center if you were impacted by the fire and need information. 303-413-7730

Boulder Office of Emergency Management

Plans, coordinates and supports wide-range of activities that help prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters and large-scale emergencies.

FEMA Assistance for Residents and Businesses

Call 1-800-621-FEMA (3362) or 1-800-462-7585 (TTY) for the hearing and speech impaired. The toll-free telephone numbers will operate from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. (local time) seven days a week until further notice.

Disability & Disaster Hotline     

Community members who need additional support can call or text 1-800-626-4949.


Supporting Children Impacted by Wildfires


Psychological First Aid and Skills for Psychological Recovery

The NCTSN also has resources for responders on Psychological First Aid (PFA; En Español). PFA is an early intervention to support children, adolescents, adults, and families impacted by these types of events. The PFA Wallet Card (En Español) provides a quick reminder of the core actions. PFA Handouts include:


Mobile Apps:

Available from the Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress at the Uniformed Services University and other partners:


Pet Loss Support Group

Free Boulder Pet Loss Support Group. First Saturday of every month from 1:00-2:30 p.m.

Human Society of Boulder Valley 303-442-4030