We are here to support you.
The verdict from Derek Chauvin’s trial gives us a small semblance of accountability for police violence against marginalized communities. While this verdict may offer some hope, we also acknowledge the continued violence and harassment that communities of color experience on a daily basis.
Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) stands in solidarity with BIPOC communities and allies. We acknowledge that everyone processes these events differently and that they can elicit a range of emotions.
CAPS is here to serve as a supportive resource for you and the CU community. If you need someone to talk to or would like assistance with connecting to resources, please call 303-492-2277, schedule a screening appointment or visit e-Let’s Talk drop-in services, which will be available this week with a particular focus on the outcomes of the trial.