Fire Response REsources

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Sunday, MAY 15th 


in the Tire Center

As we continue to process all of the emotions and ways we have been impacted by the Marshall Fire, join us for lunch and a conversation. We will be led by two licensed counselors who will provide education around grief and healing from community trauma.

Whether you've lost your home, have been displaced, or have struggled watching so many in our community lose so much, you are welcome here.

Please consider joining us and invite anyone else who might benefit.

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One of the values of Ascent is PERSONAL. As a community we want to care for the people impacted by the Marshall Fire in a personal way by pairing households to care for the long haul.

You will not be on your own in this. We will send out ideas, encouragement and ways to support you as you care for your household.

Fire Response Fund

Ascent has created a fund to meet the needs of our community as we respond to the Marshall Fire. To give, select the "give one time" gift type and "fire response fund" under the giving type drop down menu.

For Those In Need:

  • Support through Prayer - We believe in the power of prayer at Ascent and in a God who "is close to the brokenhearted" (Psalm 34:18). We are in this with you, share how we can pray with and for you or request a call from our Prayer Team.

  • Free Legal Services Available through May​ - The East County Housing Opportunity Coalition (ECHO) announces a generous donation from Ascent Community Church in Louisville to help provide no-cost legal services to fire survivors. ECHO is making free legal services available through the law office of Stephen Hennessy to Marshall Fire survivors. Those affected by the fire can request legal assistance on the ECHO website,, by downloading the form for requesting legal services and submitting it there. ECHO has been doing interviews with renters post-fire and has found that many of them have issues regarding consumer protection practices and habitability of units post-fire. Many renters have spent their own time and effort to secure remediation and may need legal assistance in reimbursements. The resources from Ascent Community church should provide ECHO resources to manage these free legal services through the end of May. So, sign up right away if you need legal assistance. ECHO will manage these free legal services through the end of May. So, sign up right away if you need legal assistance.  

  • The Boulder Fire & High Wind Disaster Relief Donation and Resource Center is now open daily 10 AM to 7 PM to those affected by the fires at Flatiron Crossing Mall, former Nordstrom store between Dick’s Sporting Goods and Macy’s.

  • Additional Living Expenses (ALE) Coverage - ALE provides you with money that allows you to maintain your normal lifestyle and compensates you for the extra costs of living elsewhere when your home is destroyed or uninhabitable. The coverage lasts until your home is repaired or until the policy limit is reached. Anyone with home, condo, or renter's insurance is eligible.

  • Car Insurance Settlement and Replacement HelpThe staff and ownership at AutoSearch USA are deeply saddened over the losses our friends and neighbors have incurred from the devastation of the Marshall fire.  As 28 year residents of Superior we deeply mourn your loss and as many, are looking for ways to help get our neighbors back on their feet. We are experts in negotiating with insurance companies regarding total vehicle losses and will help you maximize the value you receive from your insurance settlement.  We are not an insurance company but have helped our clients negotiate higher vehicle  insurance settlements for the last 21 years. We would like to offer you the opportunity to discuss any automotive loss you might have suffered.  Furthermore and if appropriate we can assist you in obtaining a NEW or Pre-Owned replacement vehicle in this inventory restricted car market.  We are WAIVING ALL OUR FEES as a way to assist our community in this time of need.  Please contact our office at 303-247-9300  to discuss any and all your questions and we can begin your vehicle replacement process promptly.

Facebook Forum:

  • A place for you to share needs and meet the needs of others. It can be for yourself, friends or neighbors. We want to connect people to each other and mobilize our community. Click Here

For Those Looking To Help:

  • Opportunity to help our adopted school, Coal Creek! Conscious Alliance is looking for volunteers who can help deliver food support to families as well as assist with school-based dinner distributions taking place each week until spring break at Fireside, Coal Creek, Monarch K-8 and Superior. The school-based program provides restaurant prepared meals at afternoon dismissal for the whole school community as a response of care to the Louisville and Superior community. They have at least 100 meals each day. They generally set up before afternoon dismissal and provide dinners for the community until they are gone. If you're interested in volunteering, please complete this form.

  • Colorado Responds - Multiple positions and shifts available to volunteer at the donation center. To be notified of other volunteer opportunities, register here.

  • Boulder Office of Emergency Management - If you have shelter to offer displaced residents, household or food items be donated, or want to make a monetary donation, follow the details listed on this form.

    • If you have shelter to offer displaced residents, please sign up to be a vetted host at and you will be alerted through the Airbnb Open Homes Program if needed.

Other Resources:

  • Trinka and Sam, The Big Fire - This story was developed to help young children and their families begin to talk about feelings and worries they may have after they have experienced a fire.

Mental Health Resources: