Aurora Strong Resilience Center's Day of Remembrance on 7/20
A Message from the Aurora Theater Shooting SERG Outreach Team
The Community Support Team has been getting out into the city meeting with all kinds of wonderful groups and organizations, as well as knocking on some doors in the neighborhoods. Now we invite the community to join us at the Aurora Strong Resilience Center for free events that will not only educate citizens about the individual effects of stress, traumatic experiences, and resilience, but also about how traumatic events can effect communities. The education piece will be quite informal, and we will focus on discussions and creating connections between community members. While the content will not be focused only on the Aurora Theater tragedy, we hope to reach people who may be experiencing anniversary reactions, or are anxious about the coming trial.
- View the overall upcoming events list.
- View the upcoming events list for parents.
- View the upcoming events list for Aurora residents.
Aurora Mental Health Center Offers Trauma Support Group
Aurora Mental Health Center is offering a trauma-focused support group for middle and high school students who were presentat the Century 16 theater complex on 7/20/12. The purpose of this group is to give teens an opportunity to talk with others who were in the theater and learn ways to manage trauma symptoms.
Date & Time: Wednesdays from 5-6 pm
Location: 14301 East Hampden Ave. Aurora, CO
For more information contact Erin Staniszeski, LCSW at 303-617-2644 or visit auhmc.org.
The City of Aurora has Launched the 7/20 Community Healing Calendar and Resource Bulletin Board
$350,000 Distributed from Aurora Victim Relief Fund
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan Addresses Movie Theater Tragedy
Please visit the U.S. Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools website at rems.ed.gov.
View Other APS Safety Resources
- Visit the APS Safety website.
- Visit the APS Security website.
- Visit the APS Incident Response Team website.