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Visit our coronavirus page to stay up-to-date on the latest information and resources. Safer at Home Orders are in effect. All City programs and events are cancelled through May 31. See current closure details.

 

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Coping Through Crisis

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We'll get through this. But we all need a little help.

These are unprecedented times for all of us. Many adults are juggling working from home, homeschooling children, and managing elevated emotions of stress, anxiety, fear, and depression of their own and others in their family. It's a lot to deal with and many of us are struggling.  Your librarians have compiled a list of resources to help you care for yourself and those around you during this crisis. So, please be kind to yourself, and we'll see you at the library soon.

Don't see what you need here?  Email us and we'll find something for you.


If you are particularly struggling right now to cope with the mental and emotional impact of the COVID-19 public health crisis, you are not alone.  This situation is completely new and stressful for everyone, and people manage that stress differently and with varying degrees of success. Mostly, just remember that you are are not the only person having trouble coping right now and everyone is struggling in their own way.  Some of us may need extra mental health supports at this time. Whatever you are going through, you don’t have to go through it alone. Reach out for free, confidential, professional 24/7 support:

Mental Health Partners of Boulder County is also accepting clients for remote sessions.

Do you or someone you know not feel safe in your home? Domestic violence support is still available and ready to help. Contact one of these organizations, even if it's just to talk. You aren't trapped and someone will help.

  • Safe Shelter Of St. Vrain Valley Crisis Line
    (303) 772-4422
  • Moving to End Sexual Assault
    Boulder County Rape Crisis Line
    (303) 443-7300
  • Safehouse Domestic Abuse 24-Hour Crisis Line
    (303) 444-2424

Finally, if you or someone close to you is having thoughts of self-harm or suicide, please dial 911 to get immediate assistance. 

You are important, you are valuable, you are #Strongmont.

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