CSU Extension has created a comprehensive webpage of resources for older adults. Find resources for health, food assistance, transportation, and unemployment benefits.
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The Alzheimer's Association created tips for caregiver's supporting individual's with Alzheimer's disease and dementia specific to COVID-19. There are resources specific for caregiving at home, at assisted living, and for staying healthy.
Benefits in Action continues to serve those who need services.
For any needs, contact 720-221-8354 or email Benefits in Action.
Information for Medicare beneficiaries related to COVID-19 can be found at Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services or call 303-480-6835.
Denver Regional Mobility and Access Council offers a list of available transportation services.
DRCOG offers a variety of supports and programs to older adults. They currently have a phone line set up connecting those over 60 with services and supports. Call 303-480-6700 to get connected.
At Homecare.org, our mission is to ensure that seniors and their loved ones have the help and resources they need to remain independent and safe in their own homes. We believe that every older adult should have the opportunity to choose their own path in their senior care journey. No matter what challenges they face, we are here to empower seniors and their loved ones by providing tools and the resources they need to make informed decisions.
Jefferson County Human Services continues to investigate reports of abuse and neglect of at-risk adults. We have a 24/7 screening hotline at 303-271-4673. For an overview of all programs and how they can help, please use our Resource Guide.