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Just as important as taking steps to prepare for and reduce the impacts of a disaster is the need to understand workable ways to cope with disaster's aftermath.

Recovering from Disaster - General advice on steps to take after disaster strikes to begin putting your home, your community, and your life back to normal.
Counseling - Dealing with the emotional toll that disaster brings, with a special eye on the needs of children and the elderly. 

Flood Recovery:

Jefferson County
Jefferson Center for Mental Health, 303-425-0300
Colorado Spirit Flood Support Team, 720-470-0819 or find them on Facebook

Adams County
Community Reach Center (Formerly Adams County Mental Health Center), 303-853-3500
Colorado Spirit Crisis Counseling Program - ColoradoSpirit@CommunityReachCenter.org
English: 303-853-3797
Español: 303-280-6602 

Were you or someone you know affected by the September 2013 floods in Adams County? The Colorado Spirit Crisis Counseling Program is a free, anonymous program designed to help those affected connect with services and receive emotional support. CCP offers in-home individual, couples and family counseling, as well as group discussions in community settings, in both English and Spanish. The services are collaborative, complementary and entirely confidential.

View the Colorado Spirit Crisis Counseling - Flood Recovery Program Brochure (English) (Spanish)  for common emotional and behavioral responses to traumas and disasters. Follow CCP on Twitter.

Additional Resources:

Ready Colorado

Colorado Office of Emergency Management

Colorado United

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

FEMA en Español


Ready en Español 

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