Resources

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Click Here to find out about free happenings in Aurora this summer!

Services at The Aurora Strong Resilience Center

The Aurora Strong Resilience Center is a source of free, direct services and resources for anyone to learn how to build personal resilience skills helping them manage stress and its impact on their lives. Below is a list of services that are offered at the Aurora Strong Resilience Center:

  • One-on-one counseling
  • Health & Wellness Classescounseling pic
  • Arts & Music Classes
  • Meditation Classes- enjoy peace of mind while meditating and learning strategies of self-healing.
  • Faith Based Groups
  • Group therapy: Grief and Loss as well as The Thursday Group!
  • Topic Based Classes & Workshops
  • Diabetes Self-Management Classes- learn how to deal with symptoms of diabetes, improve exercise levels, and educate yourself on proper nutrition techniques.
  • Cooking Matters Classes-Starting again soon!
  • Connecting people to community resources
  • Yoga starting again in the new year! Stay tuned for more details.
  • Acupuncture brought to you by Colorado Acupuncture Medical Reserve Corps

 

Aurora Mental Health Centeraumhc-logo[1]

Aurora Mental Health Center remains committed to provide counseling to individuals who would benefit from professional support as they continue to cope with the emotional impact of the events of July 20, 2012.  The Board of Directors of Aurora Mental Health Center has approved the following: The center will not charge any out-of-pocket costs for services to anyone who was in the theater complex the night of July 19, and the morning of July 20, 2012, and their immediate family members.  This also includes all first responders to the tragedy and their immediate families.

New Connect to Care Centers

Aurora Mental Health Center is proud to announce that they have opened two new walk in clinics. These clinics can help you get connected to community resources and benefits, your first therapy visit, wellness services, medication assessment and management, There are two convenient locations at 11059 E Bethany Dr. Aurora, CO 80014 and 791 Chambers Rd. Aurora, CO 80011. The hours are Monday-Thursday 8 am-8 pm and Friday 8 am- 5 pm. No appointment needed, and for more questions call 303 617 2300 and ask for the Connect to Care Clinic.

Additional Resources for Trauma Care

We have setup the following links to provide the best information available to help you and your family to cope with the aftermath of recent tragedies including the Aurora Theatre shooting. Please use this information when talking to your family, friends and especially children who might appear to be having a difficult time dealing with these events.

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Resources for Trauma Anniversaries

For many survivors of traumatic experiences, anniversary dates can cause an increase in distress. The following articles may be a helpful resource if you or someone you know is experiencing an anniversary reaction.

http://disasterdistress.samhsa.gov/coping-tips/anniversaries-trigger-events.aspx

Resources for Helping Children in Response to Disasters:

How to Help Children Cope with Trauma—download —pdf

Children and Grief—download —pdf

Tips for Parents and Caregivers on Media Coverage of Traumatic Events- including age specific appendix—pdf

Tips for Talking With and Helping Children and Youth Cope After a Disaster or Traumatic Event

Talking to children about disasters:

Resources in Response to Disasters or Traumatic Events:

Alcohol, Med, and Drug use after a disaster.pdf

Take Care of Yourself During Times of Crisis and Trauma.pdf

Resources in response to Disasters—Spanish versions

Samhsa Talking to children after Trauma (Spanish).pdf

Resources in Response to the Shootings:

Managing Your Distress in The Aftermath of a Shooting

Managing Your Distress in The Aftermath of a Shooting for helping kids

2 thoughts on “Resources

  1. Dianne says:

    Do you have support groups for people dealing with chronic mental illness themselves–or people dealing with chronic suicidal thoughts and failed attempts? When are your arts and music classes? Are they therapy based or more just for fun? I’ve looked at your calendar, but am not sure what all the titles mean. A couple people have recommended you as a resource.

    • Hello! I recommend you call the center so that we can talk to you about some of your questions. We currently do not have art and music classes but keep checking the calendar for new opportunities in the future. You can reach the mental health therapist for the center at 303-739-1581.

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