The Mental Health, Emotional, and Spiritual Care Committee was established in order to support services and programs to individuals impacted by the Marshall fire who need mental health, emotional and/or spiritual care. Local organizations providing support to this group include Broomfield VOAD, Mental Health Partners, Spark the Change, Catholic Charities, Jewish Family Services and the Episcopal Church. Flyers for some of the groups are posted at the bottom of this page.
Counselling sessions are available to everyone in need through the Jewish Family Services and sign up for these services can be found here: Boulder County Crisis Counseling Program | Jewish Family Service. Providers interested in signing up to participate in these services may do so here: Mental health voucher | Jewish Family Service
TRU Community Care is offering free grief support groups for those impacted by the Marshall Fire. Contact (303) 604-5300 to request an appointment with a grief counselor.
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Understanding Disaster Stress
Are you not sleeping? Finding yourself overwhelmed? Frustrated and unsure of what’s next?
JFS, the Town of Superior, Boulder County, and the City of Louisville presented two community-wide Disaster Stress online events for anyone impacted by the Marshall Fire. A panel of local experts assembled to share information on recognizing signs of acute stress, supporting loved ones, accessing free services, and practicing self-care. Questions were submitted during the registration process.
Live interpretation was available in Spanish.