We Are #BoulderStrong

A place of healing and support dedicated to serving as a resource and referral center for those affected by the March 22nd Table Mesa King Soopers incident.

Gov. Polis tours new #BoulderStrong Resource Center

BSRC supervisor Karen Schweihs gives a tour to Gov. Polis and Mayor Sam Weaver.

Art therapy available at the new #BoulderStrong Resource Center

Art therapy is under way at the #BoulderStrong Resource Center.  Overseen by Jennifer Finney, LPCC, she is facilitating a drop-in open art studio, as well as the creation of a lasting collaborative Tree of Life art memorial.

Visit the NEW #BoulderStrong Resource Center at 2935 Baseline Road in Boulder. King Soopers and Mental Health Partners continue to manage the new center with the goal of providing hope and healing to the Boulder community for many years to come.

Comfort Dog Schedule

  • Tuesday 7/27 1 pm - 3 pm
  • Wednesday 7/28 11 am -1 pm
  • Thursday 7/29 12 pm - 5 pm
  • Friday 7/30 11 am - 3 pm
  • Saturday 7/31 12 pm - 2 pm

Phone number: (303) 545-0844

#BoulderStrong Resource Center

Rebuilding lives through therapy and partnership

The #BoulderStrong Resource Center is a place of healing and support dedicated to serving as a resource and referral center for residents, visitors and first responders affected by the Table Mesa King Soopers incident. It is a multi-agency resource hub managed by Mental Health Partners of Boulder, Colorado and sponsored by King Soopers.

The center’s trained professionals know that people process grief and trauma differently and on their own timeline. As a result, therapy is never forced. In fact, therapy may not be for everyone, and that is okay. Our goal is to help you work through the traumatic experience to move forward in your life. Each person’s journey and timetable are different. Some people may need to play with a comfort dog while others may need someone to talk to. It’s all about helping you heal.

Open to all

The #BoulderStrong Resource Center is staffed by knowledgeable, compassionate and caring professionals, including therapists provided by Mental Health Partners. The center encourages victims, families, first responders and the Boulder community to seek support when coping with psychological and emotional effects associated with the Table Mesa Kings Soopers incident.

  • The center is located at 2935 Baseline Rd in Boulder.
  • New hours starting on June 1, 2021
    • Monday - Wednesday from 10 am to 6 pm,
    • Thursday from 12 Noon to 8 pm,
    • Friday from 10 am to 6 pm,
    • Saturdays from 11 am to 4 pm,
    • Closed on Sundays
  • Anyone impacted is welcome to call, email or visit the BSRC.

"One moment, one breath, one step at a time."

Dr. Janine D’Anniballe

coping with grief

Making it through together: Coping in the aftermath of trauma

Watch the full presentation in response to the King Soopers shooting in Boulder by Dr. Janine D'Anniballe, Director of Trauma Services at Mental Health Partners. Also, learn more about how to deal with the aftermath of trauma. The community discussion led by Dr. D'Anniballe is available by clicking on this link.


Your support to the TogetherStrong Fund gives hope and helps heal

The purpose of the TogetherStrong Fund is to help cover programming expenses for the center’s first year to assure that the community has access to a full array of no-cost services. Such services include but are not limited to ongoing support groups, health and wellness coaching, peer support specialists, and support from community health workers. Ancillary services include trauma-informed yoga, acupuncture, massage, childcare for families utilizing services, and spiritual support. The facility will also be available to community groups with related missions such as NAMI and Rise Above Suicide.

One hundred percent of each dollar received by this fund will be invested in the resource center. To donate online, please click here and in the drop-down box asking for the purpose of your gift, please indicate TogetherStrong Fund.

#Boulderstrong Resource Center FAQ