MROC Marshall Fire Recovery Center

The MROC Marshall Fire Recovery Center is a centralized location dedicated to expediting the access and delivery of disaster related support, services and resources to fire survivors in Superior, Louisville and Unincorporated Boulder County as they navigate the complexity of their recovery.

The Marshall Fire Recovery Center will house the Marshall ROC office and provide spaces for mental health, rebuilding and technical programs, and the network of professionals who are all helping to support the impacted community as well as to facilitate coordination and collaboration among local, national and governmental organizations. The Navigating Disaster for Boulder County program, operated by Lutheran Family Services – Rocky Mountains, will also be located at the Center. Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains (LFSRM) is a non-profit human service agency that has implemented broad-based disaster recovery efforts to those affected by fires and other disasters in Colorado since 1997. The Navigating Disaster Program is funded by Boulder County and the BOCO Community Foundation.

Marshall ROC is grateful for the financial contributions from The Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP) Colorado Wildfire Fire Recovery Fund), Colorado 211-United Way, Episcopal Diocese of Colorado, Ascent Church, Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, Tebo Properties and United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR), who are all supporting the Center in collaboration with Marshall ROC. We also appreciate the in-kind contributions from the University of Colorado Boulder Property Services Division and A Precious Child who helped us outfit all of the offices and the conference rooms with furniture, and to the Information Technology Disaster Resource Center, Crisis Cleanup, and Voltage who have all collectively supported the technology equipment, the Marshall ROC website, and our logo design.