Moving to Denver to retire is the best decision an active adult can make.  Aside from the glorious four seasons and over 300 days of sunshine, Denver’s resource for seniors will ensure your retirement years are golden.

American Association of Retired Persons

866-554-5376
www.aarp.org/co

Education, resources and various community service programs.

Association for Senior Citizens

303-455-9642
www.associationforseniorcitizens.com

Resource for information on senior programs, as well as a food bank, medical equipment, and financial assistance.

Benefits Checkup

www.benefitscheckup.org

A service of the National Council on Aging in Washington, D.C., seniors can find programs to help pay for the cost of prescription drugs, health care, utilities and other essential items and services.

Catholic Charities –Archdiocese of Denver

303-742-0828
www.catholiccharitiesdenver.org

Provides information, referrals and special services for seniors and their families

The Legal Center for People with Disabilities & Older People

303-722-0300
www.thelegalcenter.org

A statewide advocacy program for residents of long-term care facilities, The Legal Center protects and promotes the rights of people with disabilities and older people in Colorado through direct legal representation, advocacy, education and legislative analysis.

Denver Regional Council of Governments, Aging Services Division

303-455-1000
www.drcog.com

Helpful information and services for those aged 55 or older.

Elder Abuse Hotline

800-773-1366

A resource to report elder abuse, or to get more information on elder abuse.

Elderly Housing Choices

303-831-4046

Aiding the elderly with housing needs.

H2U – Health, Happiness, You

www.H2Ucolorado.com

HealthONE sponsors the H2U – Health, Happiness, You program for those 50 and older. Benefits include a bimonthly magazine with health, nutrition and activity news; monthly newsletters; VIP services at participating HealthONE hospitals; access to interactive online health tools and assessments; and local/national discounts on products, services and entertainment venues.

Mature Living Choices

800-222-5771
www.maturelivingchoices.com

A comprehensive guide for active seniors that are searching for living options.

Mile High United Way

303-433-8383
www.unitedwaydenver.org

Provides information on senior services, programs and volunteer opportunities, including a full listing of county and area senior housing centers.

CareConnect –Boulder & Broomfield Counties

303-443-1933
www.careconnectbc.org

CareConnect promotes the security, comfort and independence of seniors and adults with disabilities. The group also runs the RSVP Volunteer Program for those over the age of 55, providing matching services to more than 150 charitable organizations throughout Boulder County. Sign up is easy, and all volunteers are eligible for such perks as supplemental insurance and mileage reimbursement.

Alzheimer’s Association –Rocky Mountain Chapter

303-813-1669
www.alzrockymtn.org

Offers support and education for families dealing with age-related illnesses.

Salvation Army – Intermountain Division

www.imsalvationarmy.org

Operates adult day care centers and five low cost, older adult residences throughout the metro Denver area. Senior adult camping also is available.

Senior Hub, Inc.

303-426-4408
www.seniorhub.org

Support and referral services for senior residents in the north Denver metropolitan area.

Seniors! Inc.

303-300-6900
www.seniorsinc.org

Dedicated to promoting independence and enriching the quality of life of seniors in Colorado.

Seniors’ Resource Center

303-238-8151
www.srcaging.org

Provides services and support for seniors in Adams, Clear Creek, Denver, Gilpin, Jefferson and Park counties.

Volunteers of America – Colorado

303-297-0408
www.voacolorado.org

Special programs and volunteer opportunities for older adults, including nutritional and health services, housing, the foster grandparent program, the handyman program.