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Dealing with Natural Disasters
Coal Creek flood

As our community continues to be affected by the recent disaster, many people visit the library looking for solace, relief, and hope. The Library offers resources to help create a safe and stable environment for children, families, and patrons. Here are some resources that can benefit our community in providing understanding throughout the following weeks and months.

Flood Recovery Resources
Find local tools and resources at the City of Lafayette Flood Recovery Resources page.

Articles

Additional Resources for Coping

Emergency Family Assistance Association
For all emergency needs for residents of Boulder and Broomfield Counties

Mental Health Partners for Boulder and Broomfield Counties
For emotional support, especially for families in need without insurance.
Phone: For emergency needs: 303-447-1665; to request services: 303-413-6263

Boulder Psychological Services
For a large directory of counselors, therapists, and psychologists throughout our region: Mostly for those with insurance

Community Food Share
For emergency or ongoing food needs for residents of Boulder and Broomfield Counties

FEMA
Anyone who suffered any property damage is encouraged to submit a claim with FEMA at 1-800-621-FEMA (3362) 

Child Abuse Prevention and Risks
Child Abuse Prevention after Natural Disasters

Suggestions for Parents (especially secondary trauma related to TV watching or past trauma exposure)
http://www.zerotothree.org/coping-after-a-natural.html



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