The Aurora Strong Resilience Center is here to serve people who are living and surviving after experiencing stressful situations. We are a community- based center offering a variety of services in a relaxed, welcoming environment.
The Center provides a licensed Mental Health Therapist five days a week and is available for appointments. Aurora Strong Resilience Center provides brief, solution-focused based individual therapy in order to empower people to explore what helps them in their own journey and recovery process. Therapy services are free to survivors of the Aurora Theater shooting.
The Aurora Strong Resilience Center is open to the community Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm, and Saturdays from 9am-3pm. We also offer additional hours in the evenings for therapeutic and wellness services. Please check our calendar for ongoing activities.
Please contact us for more information about our classes and programming, or to schedule an appointment with a therapist. Please refer to the information below to find our address and additional contact information.
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Aurora Strong Resilience Center
1298 Peoria St. Aurora, CO 80011
Monica Pressley, MA, CAC II, LPC
Mental Health Therapist
Marc Garstka, MSW
The Aurora Strong Resilience Center advisory board is comprised of a diverse group of people who are all very dedicated to serving the city of Aurora. We are honored to have them be a part of us, and proud to call them our advisory board.
Advisory Board Members:
Reid Hettich, Pastor of Mosaic Church of Aurora
Betsy Rogers, LCSW, IMH-E (IV) Director, Division of Prevention, Early Intervention and Education, Aurora Mental Health Center
Carole O’Shea, Aurora Police Department Victim Services Supervisor
Curt H Drennen, Psy. D., RN Manager, Disaster Behavioral Health Services
Nancy Freed, Deputy City Manager, City of Aurora
Kirsten Anderson, Psy.. D. Division Director, Child and Family Outpatient; Disaster Coordinator, Aurora Mental Health Center
Paul Suss, Suss Buick GMC
Peggy Hoerner, Marketing Consultant