Getting you the services you need,
when you need them.
In addition to the Supporting Our Seniors, Home Connections, and Veteran’s Services programs, we have many specialty services to get you the help you need, in the time of your life you need it.
The ADRC can provide counseling for seniors and adults with disabilities on your options of programs and long term support services to suit your individual needs. Options Counseling can be done over the phone, by appointment or an in home visit.
Having the items you need to stay independent is important. We can help with financial assistance in getting walkers, dental care, and a wide array of other services and items. Please fill out our financial assistance application if you are interested.
Our Respite Program is for caregivers that are 60 and older caring for someone 60 and older. We can help you find a much needed break though day programs, providers coming into your home or a short stay at an assisted living facility.
Matter of Balance
MOB is an evidence based program designed to both decrease the fear of falling and reduce the likelihood of a fall by teaching useful exercises.
This nine week, evidence based program focuses on teaching caregivers self-care in a small group setting. There are specific course tracks for caring for a loved one with dementia or with chronic illness. These programs are scheduled thought the year.
Long Term Support
We can help provide initial intake and functional assessment for those seeking long term care services through Medicaid waivers. Waivers include elderly, blind and disabled, children with a life limiting illness, community mental health support and brain injuries.
We can provide intake assistance for those seeking to receive Strive or Mesa Developmental Services. These services are for the intellectually or developmentally delayed. We can help gather documentation and access testing resources to help get approved.
This targeted case management service helps individuals transition from a stay at an assisted living back into your home. We can help with life skills training, peer mentorship, transition set up, and getting meals delivered to your home.
Area Agency on Aging
Older individuals, their caregivers, or anyone concerned about the welfare of an older person can contact the Area Agency on Aging for information and referral to services and benefits in their community. The ADRC receives their funding through the Area Agency on Aging. If you have any questions or concerns please call (970) 248-2717.
Monday through Friday
8:00-12:00 and 1:00-5:00