Help comes in many forms.

For more information, a quick strategy, a new resource or another opinion, STEM Center for Strength, AllHealth Network, and the Office of Victims of Crime have gathered a variety of resources to help you in your recovery.

For when you need immediate help:

Call 911 or click [here] to contact Colorado Crisis Services

If you are in crisis or need mental health help, call this toll-free number 1-844-493-TALK (8255) to speak to a trained professional or text TALK to 38255.

For when you want to feel better fast:



Yoga for Anxiety or Panic Attacks

Self-Care Tool Kit

Resources for Parents

Resilience Guide for Parents and Teachers (Website)

Let’s Talk Colorado (Website)

Mental Health America Screening (Website)


Resources from Dr. April Naturale, PhD, MSW 

Dr. Naturale is a traumatic stress specialist in Disaster Recovery and Community Resilience who facilitated a series of conversations with the STEM community in early 2020.  Many attendees found her talk to be helpful and healing. Her handouts are provided below.

Victim Assistance

Victim Compensation support may be available to those impacted by the events of May 7th.  Click on the application link below for more information.

Victim Compensation Application

Information about the Court Proceedings

STEM victims and families may access confidential information from the 18th Judicial District regarding the court proceedings.

Private password protected information for STEM victims and families can be found here. In order to obtain the password or information regarding information on the site, please reach out to