Boulder stands strong with Arvada

ABC7 Morning Show

The Boulder Strong Resource Center is reaching out with love and support to our friends and neighbors in Arvada. The head of the center, Kevin Braney, offers a message of comfort and tips to heal from trauma on ABC-TV 7 Denver.

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New and Permanent #BoulderStrong Resource Center

#Boulderstrong Resource Center

A new and permanent center for those impacted by the March 22nd King Soopers shooting opens on June 19th. The #Boulderstrong Resource Center is a safe place where people who have experienced trauma can find hope and healing and develop resiliency skills that they will need literally for the rest of their lives.

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King Soopers employees are still dealing with trauma

It has been over two months since the King Soopers Table Mesa incident. However, the after-effects are still felt by the community and employees. According to a recent Daily Camera article, employees shared that they are still traumatized by the experience, even if they were not there.

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How our neighbors in Aurora are helping Boulder heal

The Aurora 7/20 Memorial Foundation is paying it forward by helping Boulder heal from its own tragedy. The “Paper Crane Peace Project” has become integral to the foundation’s mission. The cranes contain words of peace and love.

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Rise Up for Boulder

Rise Up for Boulder   When: May 17th and June 4th    Where: Resolute Brewing Company in Centennial. 7286 S. Yosemite St. #110, Centennial, CO 80112   Description:  Visit Resolute Brewery in Centennial on May 17th and June 4th and they will donate 10 percent of their proceeds to our “Rise Up for Boulder” campaign. The…

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Six weeks since the shooting, community trauma expected to persist

Boulder Weekly addresses a critical issue in their reporting. According to the Boulder Weekly, the traumatic impact of the Table Mesa King Soopers shooting is still hitting the Boulder community. The national media is no longer covering the story, having moved on to the next tragedy. But for the Boulder community, the impact will be…

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The long road to healing from a supermarket shooting

KGNU Radio episode on coping with the Boulder Table Mesa tragedy  On this month’s KGNU Radio episode of “A Public Affair,” representatives from the Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance and Mental Health Partners talk about how people impacted by last month’s shooting at a Boulder grocery store are coping. https://weareboulderstrong.com/wp-content/uploads/APublicAffair_2021-04-26.mp3 Kevin Braney, MHP Incident Commander…

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