Mental Health and Counseling
Aurora Public Schools aims to become a trauma-informed school district, with the foundational belief that obtaining a developmentally relevant and biologically sensitive lens will not only impact the student population who has been impacted by trauma, but more importantly, boost the resilience of all staff and students. It is imperative that all of our staff know and understand human neurobiology to provide the best educational environments.
Helpful Resources for You:
Toolkit includes sample materials for communications and social media as well as printable handouts on the following topics:
Adapting after trauma and stress
Dealing with anger and frustration
Getting out of thinking traps
Processing big changes
Taking time for yourself
Children's Hospital is hosting a Mental Health Awareness event at Mile High Stadium on May, 28th, 2021! The cost is free to the public, doors open at 6pm. See the flyer here for more details.
In Response to Current Events
Asian American Federation's Asian LifeNet Hotline: 1-877-990-8585 (Cantonese, Mandarin, Japanese, Korean, Fujianese are offered)
Anti-Asian Violence Resources (updates, education, allyship, donations, and more)