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Governor's Press Releases
Governor's Pledge Against Gun Violence in SchoolsMemorial Service
Cohen Brothers' Song "Friend of Mine" Order Information Governor's National Radio Address Memorial Service (Governor's Draft Remarks)
Please direct all donations to:
Community Healing Fund (303-433-8383)
C/o Mile High United Way
2505 18th Street
Denver, CO 80211
All funds will be used to directly support victims families and any other family directly touched by this tragedy.
Families and relatives of victims can contact 303-271-5339 for transportation and lodging assistance.
Crisis Hotline 303-722-7474
Victim Assistance 303-861-1160 or 1-800-879-6682
Jeffco Mental Health 303-425-0300 or 1-800-201-5264
Arapahoe County Mental Health 303-779-9676
Parent Support Line 303-695-7996
4 Parent Support 303-620-4444
Youth Support Line 303-894-9000
Grief Education Institute 303-377-3040
Denver Victim Services Center 24 hrs 303-894-8000
Victim Outreach Information 303-202-2196
Parents of Murdered Children & Other Survivors of Homicide Victims 303-772-6004 (Local) or 1-888-818-7662 (National)
Outstretched Hands for Bereaved Parents 303-427-5017
Trauma Recovery Center 303-455-2655
Project PAVE (offers counseling for adolescent victims of violence 303-322-2382)
Jefferson County Crisis Counseling Links:
Coordination of Volunteer Counselors
Counselors who wish to offer their services should contact Colorado Mental Health Services at 303/866-7400 to make sure you get scheduled where needed. Preference is given to those who have been certified with Mayflower or Oklahoma City Bombing Training for crisis counseling.
Colorado Photo Indentification Cards
The Motor Vehicle Division will issue free Colorado Photo Identification Cards free of charge to Columbine High School students at two Southwest locations. Parents or guardians, please click here for more information.
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