Denver – More Resources
Our mission is to expand lives and minds by providing outstanding educational programs. We believe in lifelong learning and fostering active minds for life. We achieve this by combining excellent teaching with thoroughly researched, compelling topics that matter.
Aging Resources of Douglas County
Address: 104 4th Street Castle Rock, CO 80104
Aging Resources of Douglas County is a non-profit that connects older people to resources that promote aging with independence. We also provide safety net services including transportation, companionship, handyman chores and help at home.
AgeWise Colorado’s mission is to alleviate the challenges older Coloradans and their families face by providing reliable information and trusted resources to help seniors thrive as they age in place, and beyond.
A Little Help
A Little Help provides our older adults increased interaction with neighbors to help prevent isolation and loneliness. We connect older adults to a variety of programs, educational, and social activities as well as many volunteer services. For requests beyond our volunteers’ capacity, we provide resources to neighbor-recommended service providers such as landscapers, home repair and modification specialists, and home health care practitioners.
Circle Talk is a structured conversation program led by trained facilitators who use a unique, non-repeating curriculum. Through high engagement activities and discussion themes, a safe group container is created supporting new relationships and inspire personal sharing.
Colorado Gerontological Society
Address: 1129 Pennsylvania St, Denver, CO 80203
Provide information, education and training, counseling and referral, advocacy and public policy to those working with seniors as well as to provide services for seniors and their families.
Prime Time for Seniors
Address: 17180 E 104th Place, Commerce City, CO 80022
My Prime Time News is the online version of the Prime Time for Seniors newspaper. The Prime Time newspaper prints an average of 50,000 free copies the first Wednesday of each month. The paper is distributed in over 2,000 locations in 13 counties in and around the Greater Denver area.
Spark the Change Colorado
We offer volunteer opportunities and companionship services to people 55+ and better that includes our federally-funded Senior Companion Program in 5 counties: Adams, Arapahoe, Denver, Douglas and Jefferson Counties.
Address: 10190 Bannock Street Northglenn, CO 80260
The mission of The Senior Hub is to advance the quality of life for older adults through advocacy, community partnerships, and a variety of direct services planned to sustain an independent, healthy aging experience.
Spark the Change Colorado
Address: 789 Sherman St., Ste. 220, Denver, CO 80203
We offer volunteer opportunities and companionship services to people 55+ and better that includes our federally-funded Senior Companion Program in 5 counties: Adams, Arapahoe, Denver, Douglas and Jefferson Counties. Beginning April 1 we will offer federally-funded RSVP programming in Jefferson County and 6 other counties statewide.