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Boulder Shooting: Resources and ways to help victims and families
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BOULDER, Colo. — Colorado and the nation are grieving after yet another mass shooting.

On March 22, a gunman opened fire inside the King Soopers on Table Mesa Drive, killing 10 people.

The shooting sent shockwaves of grief and anger through a state and country that is all too familiar with these violent attacks. 

"This is a pain that we need to sit with," Governor Jared Polis said in a March 23 press conference. The governor added that we can't become "numb" to shootings like this.

“Jill and I are devastated," said President Joe Biden in a televised address. "I just can’t imagine how the families are feeling."

Below, Rocky Mountain PBS has compiled a list of mental health resources that may help people process the tragic events of this week, as well as a list of places people can go to help the victims and families of the Boulder attack.

Mental Health Resources

Ways to Help Victims and Families






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