Senior Advocacy Groups

    Results: 16

  • AARP
    Phone: 1-866-554-5376
    Address: 303 E 17th Ave Suite 510 Denver, CO 80203 view map

    AARP is a membership organization leading positive social change and delivering value to people age 50 and over through information, advocacy and service. This is a non-profit 501(c)4....
  • Adams County Aging Network (ACAN)
    Phone: (303) 818-7232
    Address: Margaret Carpenter Recreation Center Thornton, CO 80233 view map

    Appointed representatives meet the first Tuesday of the month at 9:00am. The focus of the aging council is to identify the needs, concerns and issues of older adults, and to advise and advocate for services which will best meet these needs.Agency/Program does not provide transportation services....
  • Arapahoe County Council on Aging (ACCOA)
    Phone: (303) 593-0713
    Address: Greenwood Village City Hall Greenwood Village, CO 80111 view map

    Appointed representatives meet the fourth Monday of the month. The focus of the aging council is to identify the needs, concerns and issues of older adults, and to advise and advocate for services which will best meet these needs.Agency/Program does not provide transportation services. ...
  • Clear Creek County Council on Aging
    Phone: (303) 567-2350
    Address: 1402 Miner Street Idaho Springs, CO 80452 view map

    Appointed representatives meet the second Thursday of the month at 1:00 p.m. The focus of the aging council is to identify the needs, concerns and issues of older adults, and to advise and advocate for services which will best meet these needs....
  • Colorado Respite Coalition
    Phone: (720) 231-5268
    Address: Sorry, no address information available for this agency.

    Colorado Respite Coalition advocates for a statewide respite system. The Coalition is a resource for Colorado families in need of respite options. They do not coordinate individual respite for families. Please call or visit their website for a respite provider locator service. CRC‘s Visi...
  • Colorado Senior Lobby
    Phone: (303) 832-4535
    Address: 655 Broadway, Suite 580 Denver, CO 80203 view map

    An all volunteer organization that promotes the well being of Colorado’s older citizens and advocacy. Activities of the lobby include monitoring of legislation of concerns to seniors, scoring legislators by their voting records, hosting the Annual Statewide Meeting for members and organizing ...
  • Denver Commission on Aging
    Phone: (720) 913-8462
    Address: Volunteers of America Denver, CO 80205 view map

    Appointed representatives meet the third Thursday of the month at 9:30 a.m. The focus of the aging council is to identify the needs, concerns and issues of older adults, and to advise and advocate for services which will best meet these needs....
  • Denver Triad
    Phone: (720) 913-6898
    Address: 1331 Cherokee Street Denver, CO 80204 view map

    Offers various types of outreach services to the Denver senior community, such as free presentations and events. Topics include crime prevention, victim's assistance, current fraud trends and elder abuse prevention. Denver Triad also seeks to resolve problems and issues brought to them for resolut...
  • Douglas County Senior's Council
    Phone: (303) 688-4825
    Address: Douglas County Human Services Castle Rock, CO 80104 view map

    Appointed representatives meet the first Thursday of the month at 8:45 a.m. The focus of the aging council is to identify the needs, concerns and issues of older adults, and to advise and advocate for services which will best meet these needs....
  • DRCOG Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program
    Phone: (303) 455-1000
    Address: 1290 Broadway, Ste. 700 Denver, CO 80203 view map

    The Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program is designed to protect the health, safety, welfare and rights of residents living in assisted living residences and nursing homes. It is a federally mandated free advocacy service. Ombudsmen visit residents on a regular basis and seek resolution of concerns rel...
  • Gilpin County Council Council on Aging
    Phone: (303) 582-5444
    Address: 250 North Drive Black Hawk, CO 80422 view map

    Appointed representatives meet every other month. Call for the schedule and times of the meetings. The focus of the aging council is to identify the needs, concerns and issues of older adults, and to advise and advocate for services which will best meet these needs....
  • Guardianship Alliance of Colorado
    Phone: (303) 228-5382
    Address: 801 Yosemite Street Denver, CO 80230 view map

    Guardianship Alliance of Colorado (GAC) is a nonprofit organization supported by Cerebral Palsy of Colorado. GAC recruits, carefully screens and trains volunteers who serve as guardians for adults who are isolated, indigent and incapacitated. Agencies such as hospitals, nursing homes, home health...
  • Jefferson County Council on Aging (JCCOA)
    Phone: (303) 271-3487
    Address: Jefferson County Human Services Golden, CO 80401 view map

    Appointed representatives meet the second Thursday of the month at 2:00 p.m. The focus of the aging council is to identify the needs, concerns and issues of older adults, and to advise and advocate for services which will best meet these needs....
  • Jefferson County Triad
    Phone: (303) 271-6970
    Address: 1st District Attorneys Office Golden, CO 80401 view map

    The Jefferson County Triad offers various types of outreach services to the Jefferson County senior community and seeks to resolve problems and issues brought to them for resolution through their partner agencies.This is a government agency/program. ...
  • Older Americans Coalition
    Phone: (303) 832-4535
    Address: 1420 Ogden Street Denver, CO 80218 view map

    An all volunteer, nonpartisan organization created in 1999 to increase awareness of, and funding for, programs and services that promote the well being of Colorado's older citizens and advocacy. The OAC's sole purpose is to advocate for funding of the Older Coloradans Program primarily through incr...
  • Senior Resources of Broomfield Board
    Phone: (303) 464-5528
    Address: Senior Resources of Broomfield Broomfield, CO 80020 view map

    Appointed representatives meet the second Tuesday of the month (with the exception of the April meeting to be held on the 3rd Tuesday and the November meeting on the 3rd Tuesday) at 8:00 a.m. The focus of the aging council is to identify the needs, concerns and issues of older adults, and to advise ...
 
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