Campus Resources for those impacted by Lower North Fork Fires

Please see the following campus Resources for students, staff, faculty and their significant others affected by Lower North Fork Fire. These types of events can impact people in many different ways.  Please contact any of these campus offices for support in dealing with how these events may have impacted you.

Counseling and Psychological Services:  Free and confidential counseling for students

Center for Community, S440     303-492-6766     http://counseling.colorado.edu

 Office of Victim Assistance: Free and confidential counseling and advocacy for students, staff, faculty and their significant others

Center for Community, S440     303-492-8855     http://cuvictimassistance.com

 Psychological Health and Psychiatry: Confidential counseling for a fee or using your Buff Gold Insurance

Wardenburg Health Center     303-492-5654

 Faculty and Staff Assistance Program: Free and confidential counseling for faculty and staff

Administrative Research Center (ARC) East Campus, A353      303-492-3020

http://hr.colorado.edu/fsap/Pages/default.aspx

The Office of Victim Assistance can assist you in navigating academic, University or off campus systems.  If you would like to consult with a therapist or advocate regarding how to support a student, colleague, or peer who may have been negatively impacted by the fires please call the Office of Victim Assistance at 303-492-8855. Additionally, please feel free to contact the Office of Victim Assistance if you have questions about what you’re experiencing or resources.

The Office of Victim Assistance would like to send our deepest condolences to those negatively affected by the fires.

Sincerely,

Office of Victim Assistance Staff