Find Community Mental Health Resources for Traumatic Events, Disasters and More

If you or someone you know is currently experiencing a life-threatening crisis or emergency, call 911.

This is not a complete list, and we encourage you to check elsewhere if these resources do not fit your needs.

24/7 Crisis Assistance

Suicide Prevention

Colorado Suicide Prevention/National Suicide Prevention : 24/7, free, confidential crisis intervention. 1-844-493-TALK (8255), text TALK to 38255. Services and information available in English and Spanish at . ​

  • Prevención de Suicidio de Colorado : 24 horas al día, 7 días a la semana, intervención de crisis confidencial y gratuita. 1-844-493- TALK (8255), envíe un mensaje de texto a TALK al 38255. Servicios e información disponibles en inglés y español.

Disaster Support

Disaster Distress Helpline : Call or text 1-800-985-5990 . Spanish-speakers can call the hotline and press “2” for 24/7 bilingual support. Resources available in multiple languages at help/disaster-distress-helpline . ​

Boulder Strong Resource Center

The #BoulderStrong Resource Center (BSRC) is a place of healing and support for those impacted by the Boulder shooting. The BSRC is open to all and is staffed by knowledgeable, compassionate and caring professionals, including therapists provided by Mental Health Partners.

The center’s trained professionals know that people process grief and trauma differently and on their own timeline. Their goal is to help the community work through the traumatic experience to move forward. Each person’s journey and timetable are different. Some people may need to play with a comfort dog while others may need someone to talk to. The center encourages victims, families, first responders and the Boulder community to seek support when coping with the psychological and emotional effects of the Boulder shooting.

The center is located at 2935 Baseline Road in Boulder. All are welcome.

Victims of Crime

National Crisis Line for Crime Victims : Assistance available in 20 languages at 855-4-victim or 855-484-2846.

The Rebels Project: Not a crisis response organization, this Colorado-based organization connects survivors of mass shooting and other trauma events for peer support. ​

  • “The Rebels Project”: no es una organización que ofrece respuesta a una crisis, esta es una organización con sede en Colorado que conecta a los sobrevivientes de tiroteos masivos y demás eventos traumáticos para el apoyo a las personas.

Other Local Resources

Mental Health Partners: Call 303-443-8500 or 1-844-493-TALK (8255) 24/7 or visit or Facebook for virtual help.

Boulder County Crisis Counseling: Jewish Family Service and Community Foundation Boulder County have partnered to offer counseling services to Boulder County residents. Call 720.248.4686 or visit

Naropa Community Counseling: services 303-546-3589 or . ​

Other Local Resources - Youth, BIPOC, LGBTQ​

Boulder Valley School District : trauma support for BVSD students. Contact BVSD through a form in Spanish and English at . ​

  • Distrito Escolar del Valle de Boulder : apoyo en trauma para estudiantes de BVSD. Comuníquese con BVSD a través de un formulario en español e inglés en

Boulder Public Library: In response to the recent shooting, Boulder Public Library has put together a list of resources to help families process tragedies and acts of violence.

Natural Highs: Weekly teen trauma support groups on Tuesdays at September School. . ​

  • “ Natural Highs ”: Grupos semanales de apoyo al trauma de adolescentes los martes en la escuela de septiembre

Queer Asterisk : LGBTQ “Queer Conversations” and other community or (720) 507-6161. ​

Rise Against Suicide: Counseling services for youth experiencing suicide ideation. or (720)-212-7527. ​

  • “Rise Against Suicide” servicios de asesoramiento para jóvenes que experimentan ideas suicidas o 720-212-7527 ​

Umbrella Collective : LGBTQ, 720-663-0163 or . ​