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A Little Help

Information provided by: the DRCOG Area Agency on Aging

Covid 19 update:

A Little Help is a Colorado nonprofit helping older adults to thrive, mobilizing community members to serve older adults in this difficult time. In response to COVID-19, they are organizing neighborhood volunteers to grocery shop, pick up prescriptions, and run errands for older adults and make deliveries to their homes. They are also making regular care calls to older adults for social connection, which also serve as health and safety checks. A Little Help has the ability to coordinate volunteers as part of response efforts and is accepting applications for new volunteers.

Service Area: The Metro Denver Branch typically, loosely serves between Kipling to Havana (west to east), 56th to Arapahoe (north to south), and the rest of Arvada. They are currently accepting older adults outside their standard area if they have volunteers to match with them.

Regular Operations:
A Little Help (ALH) is a Colorado nonprofit agency that connects neighbors and volunteers to help older adults live independently, with a high quality of life.

Services offered:
-Transportation to and from medical appointments, grocery shopping, social events or other errands within a reasonable distance and time commitment
-Help with snow removal
-Check-in Calls and Visits
-Care Navigation/Caregiver Respite
-Household and Yard Help
-Inter-generational Social and Educational Activities

Formerly Washington Park Cares

  • HoursMonday-Friday 9am-5pm
  • Area(s) Served:Metro Denver
  • Fees:Please contact provider for fee information.
  • Application
  • Eligibility Requirements:Please call service provider or visit website to learn more about eligibility requirements.
  • State Certification and/or License Number:CO
  • Application Wait:3-5 business days
  • Service Wait:N/A
  • Acronym:ALH
  • Payment/Insurance Accepted:N/A
  • ADA Access:Please contact facility for accessibility information.
  • Transportation:Provide transportation to: -medical appointments-grocery stores-errands-hair appointments-social events with the help of volunteer drivers who are background-checked, MVR-checked, and trained.


  • Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff.
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Rita Caldwell
4/12/2018 1:21:49 PM

We paid the $225 to this agency in October 2017 after being told that if my mom wanted her snow shoveled for this winter she would have to pay by this date. After the first few snow storms that her sidewalks were not shoveled I called the agency to ask what was happening. They told me they did not have any volunteers in Wheat Ridge and because they were a non-profit they could not do anything unless they could find one. I received a call from their agency telling me that they thought they had found volunteers and would refund my money and call me back if this did not happen. As of today April 12th no one has ever shoveled her sidewalks nor have they called back and/or refunded her money. They did offer her a few other services like someone coming to her home to chat with her but I'm unsure how they would do that if they don't have any volunteers in her area nor did she ever receive any other help. I feel like they just took our money knowing they did not have any one in Wheat Ridge to

Record last updated: Apr 1 2020 10:35AM