We know that fear around this public health emergency has already resulted in increased acts of bigotry and discrimination against Chinese and Asian Americans. Racism and Xenophobia are never acceptable responses to fear. Our campus community is stronger, and safer when we support each other. Below are some community-based resources if you are experiencing, or witnessing, anti-Asian racism:
If you are subject to discrimination or discriminatory harassment associated with CCD, please report the incident by filling out a report form here.
American Friends Service Committee has put together this resource on bystander intervention.
Serves and supports all immigrant, and refugee communities with a whole health, community-based engagement approach through health, education, and advocacy. Visit apdc.org to learn more.
Dedicated to advancing the social, political, and economic well-being of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs). Learn more at ocanational.org
A national network of groups and individuals working to undermine white supremacy and to work toward racial justice. Visit showingupforracialjustice.org
Counseling Services are available to registered CCD students from Auraria, Lowry, and the Advanced Manufacturing Center. Each student is eligible for 4-8 sessions each academic year. Services include stress management, grief support, crisis intervention, and self-care support.
The Care team can help connect you with different campus and community resources and provide overall support for any campus community member experiencing significant stress. If you are concerned about yourself or another campus community member, you can file a care report here or visit CCD.edu/Care to learn more.
For non-urgent requests. If you’re feeling stressed, need help answering school-related questions, or would like support in finding community-based resources, call or email to schedule a 30 minute (phone or video) meeting with one of our peer mentors. We will get back to you as soon as possible. Please include the following in your message:
If someone is in crisis, call the Auraria Campus Crisis Line at 303-615-9911.
The Phoenix Center provides free and confidential resources and assistance to survivors of interpersonal violence and their friends and families. The PCA provides victim advocacy and support that includes academic advocacy, assistance reporting to your school, and/or police, safety planning, and a listening ear. ThePCA.org
C-SEAP is a professional assessment, referral and short-term counseling service offered to state employees with work-related or personal concerns, as well as a resource for supervisors and managers.
303.866.4314 or 800.821.8154 | Office Hours: Monday - Friday | 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
This free and confidential crisis phone line is available 24/7 to help in all mental health situations ranging from anxiety and depression to suicide and self-harm. This resource is also available to consult with those supporting individuals going through a crisis. Mobile units and walk-in clinics are available. Learn more here.
CCD Food Pantry | 303.352.3202
Auraria Mobile Food Pantry distributes pre-made boxes of supplies from the Walnut Lot, West 4th Street. Walnut Lot is next to the Auraria West station by lightrail and close to Auraria Parkway & 7th by bus.
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is a Food Assistance program in Colorado, formerly known as Food Stamps. SNAP provides food assistance benefits as part of a federal nutrition program to help low-income households purchase food.
If you are experiencing undue stress, anxiety or sense any type of discrimination to your presence on campus, but do not have any symptoms associated with the Coronavirus, we encourage you to call the Health Center at Auraria to talk to a medical professional or counselor. Simply call us and indicate that you would like to schedule a “Coronavirus Consultation”. There will be no charge for this visit.
Colorado’s call line for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). People who have general questions about COVID-19 can call for answers in many languages, or email them at COHELP@RMPDC.org for answers in English.
If you have a fever, cough, or shortness of breath, but have not been around anyone you know has COVID-19, read here on how to help prevent your illness from spreading to people in your home and community. Learn more here
Denver Temporary Rental and Utility Assistance Program
The Temporary Rental and Utility Assistance program (TRUA) offers resources to Denver residents who are facing a housing crisis or hardship to help prevent eviction or displacement. Learn more.
In response to COVID-19, the Community College of Denver is offering a variety of course formats, including Remote Synchronous and Remote Asynchronous modalities. You get assistance from our Teaching Learning Center team visit CCD.edu/RemoteTeaching
Information Technology is working to help Faculty / Instructors and Staff with remote access options. The IT Help Desk will continue to function as normal because we are all in this together! Visit CCD.edu/IT-Resources to learn more.