The Colorado Gun Violence Prevention Resource Bank is a comprehensive resource for individuals and communities to understand what firearm injury and violence look like in Colorado—and to explore solutions and approaches, informed by research, that may reduce the overall burden of firearm injuries and deaths. It was created by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Office of Gun Violence Prevention and research teams from the Injury & Violence Prevention Center (IVPC) in the Colorado School of Public Health.
The Colorado Out-Of-Home Storage Map was developed to help community members seek local options for temporary, voluntary out-of-home firearm storage.
The listed business and law enforcement agencies can be contacted for further information.
The Firearm Life Plan is an easy-to-use toolkit to facilitate conversations about firearms, aging, and planning for the future together.
This firearm and medication safe storage decision aid tool helps users make decisions about temporarily reducing access to potentially dangerous things, like firearms, medicines, sharp objects, or other household items during times of crisis. The use of Lock to Live supports users and their families in identifying options for secure storage that fit their personal needs.
Approximately 30% of people in the U.S. own a firearm, making safe firearms ownership a priority. Review resources for firearm safety training the Colorado Firearm Safety Coalition believes everyone who chooses to own firearms should be familiar with.
Secure firearm storage is a critical component of responsible firearm ownership and entails locking firearm(s) in a location or with a device that prevents unauthorized users from accessing them.
This Secure Storage Fact Sheet identifies the rationale and various ways firearms can be safely stored.
Talking about firearms and firearm injury prevention can be difficult, and the language we use in health conversations matters. Mutual understanding of language can help clinicians, researchers, and the public better work together to prevent firearm injuries and deaths. This Talking About Firearm Injury and Gun Violence webinar brings together a diverse panel of experts to discuss best practices and considerations for engaging in these conversations.
This voluntary out-of-home firearm storage toolkit for creating maps toolkit provides practical information about voluntary, temporary firearm storage and the rationale for offering this type of storage and logistics in developing a storage program or a map of storage options.
The toolkit includes information on how to find storage suppliers, common concerns, and step-by-step instructions for building a firearm storage map. It is designed to support community organizations, community coalitions, injury or suicide prevention organizations, academic programs focusing on injury/suicide prevention, and other groups that are seeking to promote voluntary, temporary firearm storage.