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Support Available for Boulder Community Following Mass Shooting
The latest updates for support, resources, and other services can be found at News.KGNU.org.

Several Vigils honoring the victims of Monday's shooting will be held this week. More details, times and dates can be found at news.kgnu.org

Anyone who needs mental or emotional support can visit the CU Events Center, 950 Regent Drive, for free services between 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

You can also call or text the Disaster Distress Helpline at (800) 985-5990.

More support resources are available at news.kgnu.org

In partnership with the City of Boulder, Rose Community Foundation, Together Colorado (our local faith community), and the Colorado Healing Fund, the Community Foundation Boulder County has established a fund to support the victims, their families, and our community in dealing with and processing these events. The Boulder County Crisis Fund will support the needs of those directly affected and the needs of our community to heal.

Any funds raised in excess of need will go towards a general for future local crises.

If you would like to support memorial services and the family of Officer Eric Talley, please direct your support to the Colorado Fallen Hero Foundation.

The Colorado Healing Fund has been activated. The Fund, chaired by former Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman and the nonprofit organizations board of trustees, provides a safe way for people to donate following tragedies, ensuring that the funds go to the victims and their families.

The public can securely donate online by visiting ColoradoHealingFund.org and donating through Colorado Gives. Checks and in-person donations will be accepted at Colorado-based FirstBank locations. Donors should make checks out to Colorado Healing Fund and designate their donations for victims accounts to bank tellers. Donations will be distributed to victims by the Funds community partners, including the Colorado Organization of Victim Assistance.

If you are in crisis, call the crisis hotline at 1-844-493-8255, text TALK to 38255 or go directly to Mental Health Partners walk-in center at 3180 Airport Road, Boulder.

Free support services for community members are available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. today at the University of Colorado Boulder Events Center, 950 Regent Drive.



Created:03/23/21, Modified:03/29/21, expires:04/03/21, priority:1