- APS Disaster Recovery Plan
- Aug. 2, 2012 Crisis Management Presentation for APS Parents
- Tips for Talking to Children & Youth After Traumatic Events: A Guide for Parents & Educators
- Managing Strong Emotional Reactions to Traumatic Events: Tips for Parents & Teachers:
- Identifying Seriously Traumatized Children: Tips for Parents and Educators
- Helping Children Cope with Crisis: Care for Caregivers
- National Association of School Psychologists School Safety & Crisis Resources
- Employee Assistance Program for APS Staff Members
- The Horizon Behavioral Services Employee Assistance Program is a free service offered to all APS employees.
- Professional counselors can help you manage any type of problem with complete confidentiality, 24 hours a day.
Reach out for help
If you or someone in your family was either at the Century 16 Theater Complex or evacuated from the Paris Street apartments on July 20, you may be eligible for additional assistance and services to help you following this incident.
Contact the Crime Victim Compensation Program (18th Judicial District) at 720-874-8620 with questions or to request a CVC application, or visit www.da18.org
Contact Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance (COVA) at 800-261-2682 to speak with a victim advocate or visit www.coloradocrimevictims.org.
Flood Recovery Resources
In response to the recent floods, the Colorado Spirit Team is working with the community to assist individuals, families and organizations in recovery. Colorado Spirit provides individual and group support, education and referrals to resources as needed.
If you or anyone you know needs assistance with the recent flooding, please contact our team at 720-515-3329 or firstname.lastname@example.org
View Other APS Safety Resources
- Visit the APS Safety website.
- Visit the APS Security website.
- Visit the APS Incident Response Team website.