|Cheyenne VA’s Mobile Telehealth Clinic (Logan)||The Cheyenne VA’s Mobile Telehealth Clinic allows you to take advantage of receiving high quality healthcare services closer to your home. The Mobile Telehealth Clinic has regularly scheduled clinics in Sterling, CO as well as in Wheatland, Torrington and Laramie, WY.
The primary of the Mobile Telehealth Clinic is to provide Primary Care and Mental Health Clinics to Veterans in the rural areas within the service area of the Cheyenne VAMC.
The Mobile Telehealth Clinic will not operate during hazardous weather conditions. In the event of regional weather that may impact highway conditions, listen to local radio stations for the status of the day’s Mobile Telehealth Clinical appointments or call 1-888-483-9127, ext. 3816.
To schedule or cancel your appointment in the Mobile Telehealth Clinic, call 1-888-483-9127, ext. 3816.
||Logan County||Cheyenne VA Medical Center||Cheyenne VA Medical Center|
|Community Emergency Assistance Coalition - Housing Solutions for the Southwest||Provides one-time emergency assistance to households who are otherwise self-sufficient in La Plata and San Juan County. Emergency assistance includes but not limited to:
- Utility Bills
- Car Repair
- Medical travel
Assistance is reserved for individuals who are otherwise self-sufficient, but have fallen on hard times.||La Plata County||295 Girard Street||Housing Solutions for the Southwest|
|Emergency Assistance - Las Animas Helping Hands||Provides emergency assistance for the following needs:
- Utilities disconnection prevention
- Obtaining other sources of fuel for heat
- Emergency food
- Paying rent
- Prescriptions assistance
- Gasoline for transportation to medical appointments
- Transportation to medical appointments||Bent County||Emergency Assistance||Las Animas Helping Hands|
|Emergency Services, Community Health Care, Youth Enrichment Program - 32nd Avenue Jubilee Center||Provides a range of services including:
- RTD passes for medical or mental health appointments.
- Emergency food boxes
- Co-payment assistance for prescriptions.
- Blood pressure checks, help scheduling eye exams and payment assistance for glasses.
- Assistance completing LEAP applications in the winter.
- Assistance completing naturalization applications
- After school and Summer Educational Enrichment Kamp (SEEK).
- Referral to other agencies for additional needs.
||Denver County||32nd Avenue Jubilee Center||32nd Avenue Jubilee Center|
|Health Transportation (S Lemay Ave) - UCHealth||Provides free transportation to designated medical locations in Fort Collins, Loveland, and Greeley. A van will run the full route three times a day between the hours of 7:20 a.m. and 4:40 p.m. (ending at UCHealth).
||Larimer County||S Lemay Ave - UCHealth||UCHealth|
|Home Care Services - Plan B Home Care Services||Offers the following to individuals in need:
- Respite care
- Personal care
- Personal hygiene
- Heavy/light housecleaning, laundry
- Meal planning and preparation
- Grocery shopping and errands
- Medication reminders
- Medical appointment transportation
- Recreational outings
- Overnight care
- Travel companionship
- Handyman assistance/referrals
||Boulder County||Plan B Home Care Services||Plan B Home Care Services|
|Local Transportation - Moffat County Housing Authority||Provides transportation within a five-mile radius of Craig. In addition to scheduled trips to local stores, the bus transports seniors to individual medical appointments and other appointments.
||Moffat County||Moffat County Housing Authority||Moffat County Housing Authority|
|Medicaid Coordination Services (Colorado Springs) - Colorado Community Health Alliance||Colorado Community Health Alliance (CCHA) administers physical and behavioral health benefits for Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program) members who access primary care services in El Paso, Park or Teller counties. They can assist with understanding your health plan benefits and navigating the health care system, finding a primary care provider that is the right fit, assistance with appointments, coordinating services for physical and behavioral health, creating personal health and wellness goals, learning more about your health conditions and self-management tools to improve your health, enrolling in programs for chronic disease and overall health and wellness, and connecting with services and programs offering assistance for non-medical needs that impact your health and well-being.||El Paso County||Colorado Springs - Colorado Community Health Alliance||Colorado Community Health Alliance|
|Medicaid Transportation - Archuleta County Department of Human Services||Non-Emergency Medicaid Transportation (NEMT) of "Medicaid Transportation" is available for eligible Medicaid/Health First Colorado recipients. This is available when the recipients has no other means to get to a medical appointment.||Archuleta County||551 Hot Springs Blvd.||Archuleta County Department of Human Services|
|Medicaid Transportation - La Plata County Department of Human Services||Provides non-emergency medical transportation services to Medicaid clients.||La Plata County||10 BURNETT CT||La Plata County Department of Human Services|
|Medicaid Transportation - Pueblo County Social Services||Colorado Medicaid Non-Emergent Medical Transportation (NEMT) will assist Pueblo County Medicaid recipients with non-emergency medical transportation to and from their scheduled Medicaid doctor appointments for those who have no other means of transportation including free transportation. This service is a benefit provided by Colorado Medicaid. Mode of transportation must be least costly.
MODES OF TRANSPORTATION
-Mileage Reimbursement for your own private vehicle use to and from your doctor appointments.
-City Bus Round Trip Tickets or a 22-ride Pass for the month.
-Citi-Lift monthly pass. You must also be approved through Pueblo Transit Citi-Lift program and provide your registration number to NEMT to receive a pass.
-Taxi-Cab or Privately Contracted Vehicle services through:
--1st A&A Transportation (719) 583-6924
--Golden Gate City Cab (719) 544-3231
-Non-emergency ambulance as medically required for transport. Which must be indicated on medical certification application
Services NOT covered:
Picking up prescriptions, medical
equipment, non-medical rides,
emergencies, or completing interviews or
paperwork.||Pueblo County||Adult Services||Pueblo County Social Services|
|Medical and Non-Medical Transportation Services - Millennium Medical Transportation Services||Provides transportation services for persons in wheelchairs in and out of Mesa County for medical and non-medical appointments.
Service is operated on a 24 hours a day 7 days a week but most trips are pre-scheduled. Provides service to all nursing homes and assisted living.||Mesa County||622 FORT UNCOMPAHGRE DR||Millennium Medical Transportation Services|
|Medical Appointments Transportation (Loveland) - Disabled American Veterans Department of Colorado||Assists disabled American Veterans with transportation to the Denver and Cheyenne VA hospitals. 17 pick-up stops, ranging from Loveland to Wellington. Call for information regarding specific pick-up times and locations.
- Denver van runs on Wednesday (as drivers are available)
- Cheyenne van runs Monday through Friday (if passengers are scheduled)
||Larimer County||Loveland - Disabled American Veterans Department of Colorado||Disabled American Veterans Department of Colorado|
|Medical Appointment Transportation - Boulder County CareConnect||Provides volunteer-escorted rides to medical appointments and pharmacies. Volunteer drivers can accommodate destinations throughout Boulder County with some limited availability for requests outside the county. Ride fulfillment is based on volunteer driver availability.||Boulder County||Boulder County CareConnect||Boulder County CareConnect |
|Medical Appointment Transportation - Coach Home Services||Provides free door-to-door transportation services for Medicaid recipients living in El Paso county to get to and from non-emergency medical appointments.||El Paso County||Coach Home Services||Coach Home Services|
|Medical Appointment Transportation (Colorado Springs) - American Cancer Society||Provides free transportation to medical treatment for cancer patients.||El Paso County||Colorado Springs - American Cancer Society||American Cancer Society - Nationwide|
|Medical Appointment Transportation - D & M Transport||Provides free transportation services to medical appointments, primarily for cancer patients, those on dialysis, and those with multiple sclerosis in Colorado Springs.||El Paso County||D & M Transport||D & M Transport|
|Medical Appointment Transportation ( Greeley) / Disabled American Veterans Department of Colorado||The Veterans Transportation Service (VTS) and Disabled American Veterans (DAV) are teaming up to provide an ambulatory shuttle service from Greeley Mall to the new, Loveland VA Outpatient Clinic||Weld County||Greeley / Disabled American Veterans Department of Colorado||Disabled American Veterans Department of Colorado|
|Medical Appointment Transportation - K.A. Dorman Enterprises||Provides non-medical emergency transportation for those receiving Medicaid. This service is able to transport to appointments in Denver and other areas outside of El Paso county.||El Paso County||K.A. Dorman Enterprises||K.A. Dorman Enterprises|
|Medical Appointment Transportation (Salida) - Upper Arkansas Area Council of Governments||Provides transportation assistance for seniors age 60+ to get to their medical appointments outside of the senior’s county. This is run through the Upper Arkansas Area Agency on Aging.||Chaffee County||Salida - Upper Arkansas Area Council of Governments||Upper Arkansas Area Council of Governments|
|Medical Appointment Transportation - Transit 2 Care||Provides free door-to-door non-emergency medical transportation for Medicaid eligible individuals.||El Paso County||Transit 2 Care ||Transit 2 Care |
|Medical Transportation (Denver) - Disabled American Veterans Department of Colorado||Provides transportation for veterans to and from scheduled VA Medical Center appointments at the Rocky Mountain Regional VA Hospital.||Denver County||Denver Disabled American Veterans Department of Colorado||Disabled American Veterans Department of Colorado|
|Meeker Streaker Bus - Pioneers Medical Center||Provides regular trips to accommodate doctor's appointments and shopping needs to the following locations:
- City of Grand Junction
- City of Rifle
- City of Craig||Rio Blanco County||Medical Center - Pioneers Medical Center||Pioneers Medical Center|
|Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (Med Trans) - Mesa County Department of Human Services||Medicaid Transportation is for those who receive Medicaid and have exhausted all other means of transportation. Transportation can be arranged for appointments to services that are billed to Medicaid.
Call your transportation provider of your choice to set up rides. Your transportation provider will verify your eligibility. If medical services can't be provided locally and out of town travel is required call Medicaid Transportation line for arrangements.
The Medicaid Transportation line is NOT a manned phone and you will need to leave a message with your name and a contact number for a return call.||Mesa County||510 29 1/2 RD||Mesa County Department of Human Services|
|Non Emergency Medical Transportation / Veyo||Veyo is the transportation broker responsible for coordinating Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) for Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program) eligible customers residing in the counties of Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Jefferson, Larimer, and Weld.||Weld County||Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)||Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)|
|Non-Emergent Medical Transportation - Golden Gate Manor||Provides transportation to scheduled medical appointments for clients who have Medicaid.||Pueblo County||Golden Gate Manor Transportation||Golden Gate Manor|
|Non-Emergent Medical Transportation (MoCo) - Montezuma County Senior Services||Provides transportation to Seniors over 60 to medical appointment. If enrolled in the Medicaid Insurance Program there is no charge to the client.||Montezuma County||107 N CHESTNUT ST||Montezuma County Senior Services|
|Regional Medical Shuttle - Tri-County Health Network||Non-emergency medical transportation service (round-trip) on scheduled days from designated pick-up points to certain facilities in Montrose and Grand Junction.
Services may be used for transportation needs such as:
- Physician offices
- Mental health services
- Health fairs
Transportation is offered to those with medical appointments as well as the general public for personal errands. Home pickups may also be available for disabled individuals.
Rides are limited every month. Call or go online to view the complete schedule for the Montrose and Grand Junction area.||San Miguel County||238 East Colorado Avenue||Tri-County Health Network|
|Road to Recovery Transportation (Weld) / American Cancer Society||Provides ambulatory cancer patients who have no way to get to medical facilities with ground transportation to and from cancer treatments.||Weld County||American Cancer Society / Weld||American Cancer Society - Nationwide|
|Senior Center - Durango Senior Center||The Durango Senior Center is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for all adults age 60 years and older and helping them age with dignity and purpose.
HOME CHORE SERVICES which include:
- Installation of grab bars and handrails
- Correction of trip hazards
- Minor step and porch repair
- Small home repairs
- Heavy house cleaning
- Spring and Fall yard clean-up
- Limited snow removal assistance
- Firewood for low income families
***Services are limited. Not able to address roof repairs, structural problems and major furnace, plumbing or electrical problems.
TRANSPORTATION SERVICES provides door-to-door assisted transportation for:
- Medical appointments
- Senior Center lunch and activities
- Exercise classes
- Other shopping needs
***Medicaid clients may use our services for medical transportation with an approval from Medicaid.
MEAL PROGRAMS which include:
- Meals on Wheels-home delivered meals to seniors age 60+ and their spouses Monday-Friday
- Dining at the Durango Senior Center-reservations must be made by 9:30 am for that day. Lunch served at 12:00 pm
SUPPORT GROUPS every month:
- Family Caregiver support group - for people who serve as caregivers for family members or loved ones. Meet twice per month.
- Vision Impaired (VIP) support group - for people who are blind or who are visually impaired. Meets monthly.
- Disabled American Veterans (DAV) support group - facilitated by the Veteran's Service Officer. Meets monthly.
- Widow/Widower's support group - Meets twice per month.
- TOPS (Take off the Pounds Sensibly) - Members support each other with their effort to lose weight and keep it off. Meets weekly.
***For details on different meeting times, see the monthly newsletter for the schedule or call for details.
RECREATIONAL ACTIVITES include:
- Learn to use computers
- Practice Tai Chi, Zumba, Yoga, Line Dancing and more
- "Watch Your Step" class for fall prevention and to improve overall fitness
- Play cards, BINGO and other games
- Play billiards and table tennis
- Study history, music, language and healthy living
- Join the quilting group, craft group or writing group
- Participate in dog training classes in the summertime
***See newsletter on the website for more events and activities guide.
||La Plata County||2424 Main Avenue||Durango Senior Center|
|Senior Programs - MFC Grand Seniors||Offers programs and services to assist seniors in order to maintain their independence. Services include:
- Providing adaptive medical equipment such as walkers and crutches free of charge.
- Lunch served on Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays at sites located in Granby and Kremmling.
- Social meetings
- Nutritional supplement programs
- Transportation service that takes people to social events, medical appointments, and to run local errands like grocery shopping.||Grand County||MFC Grand Seniors||MFC Grand Seniors|
|Senior Services (Community and Senior Center) - Summit County Department of Health and Human Services||Offers a wide range of activities, programs, and services for seniors in the community, including:
- Monday night dinners
- Tuesday and Thursday lunches
- Computer classes
- Indoor/outdoor activities and monthly trips
- Legal assistance
- Resources for senior care and caregiver respite support
- Home health and in-home assistance
- Meal delivery
- General and medical transportation
- Timberline adult day services||Summit County||Community and Senior Center - Summit County Department of Health and Human Services||Summit County Department of Health and Human Services|
|Senior Transportation Services - Dolores County Senior Services||Provides transportation services for seniors. Transportation can be provided for medical appointments, errands and recreational outings.
Transportation provided from Dove Creek to surrounding communities of Cahone, Egnar, Pleasant View, Cortez and Durango in Colorado and to Monticello & Moab in Utah and to Farmington, New Mexico.
Wheelchair accessible transportation is available.
Also offers Medicaid Transportation services for those who qualify.
||Dolores County||52288 HWY 491||Dolores County Senior Services|
|Senior Transportation, Supporting Our Seniors, Aging and Disability Resources of Colorado||Provides transportation for seniors age 60 or older who are unable to drive and do not have any other means of transportation. Recipients must be able to get themselves in and out of a car with only elbow assistance. Due to limited volunteer drivers rides are limited to 1 a week with a weeks advance notice after enrolling in the program.
Transportation services for:
- Doctor appointments
- Physical therapy
- Dental appointments
- Grocery shopping
- Pharmacy pick up||Mesa County||510 29 1/2 Road||Mesa County Aging and Disability Resources of Colorado|
|Shuttle to Cheyenne VA Medical Center / Weld County Veterans Service Office||Regional hospital for veterans, shuttle service from Greeley to Cheyenne Hospital.
Pleas schedule 2 days in advance.||Out of State||Veterans Service Office / Weld County Department of Human Services||Weld County |
|Support Services for Families - Families Plus||Provides long-term support for families enrolled in the program so that their children and their families.
The program provides a variety of other services to children and families enrolled with the agency to improve their quality of life.
Service can include:
- Household needs such as washers, dryers, beds, bedding and clothing
- Donated or low-cost computers for families who cannot afford one
- Transportation to doctor's appointments and activities
- Financial assistance to enroll children in summer camp, team sports, after school programs, classes and other activities
- Mother's and Father's Day gifts for children to give to their parents
- Christmas presents for children and their families based on donations for that season.
The program screens and trains volunteers to help parents with a variety of services, which can include:
- Volunteer families who become permanent mentoring families to a child
- Educational Tutors
- Help parents monitor the child's schoolwork
- Mentors who can work with children on skill-building activities
- Crisis Intervention||Delta County||115 GRAND AVE||Families Plus|
|Transportation (3224 Independence Rd) Upper Arkansas Area Agency on Aging - Upper Arkansas Area Council of Governments||The Upper Arkansas Area Agency on Aging offers transportation assistance for senior medical appointments outside of the client’s county. Client must live in Chaffee, Custer, Fremont & Lake counties to qualify.
How the program works:
The client finds a driver and then the driver is reimbursed up to $150.00 for mileage. The driver must provide a copy of their driver’s license, car insurance, and a W-9. Call for more information.||Fremont County||3224 Independence Rd - Upper Arkansas Area Council of Governments||Upper Arkansas Area Council of Governments|
|Transportation Assistance - Community Budget Center||The Heartfelt Destination program provides transportation for medical related appointments. Will travel statewide, however all rides must originate in Moffat County. Offers gas vouchers available for people who need financial assistance to get to their medical appointments. Also assists with local rides to pick up food (grocery store or food banks) and medical appointments in the town of Craig on a case-by-case basis.||Moffat County||Community Budget Center||Community Budget Center|
|Transportation Services - Eagle County Department of Human Services||Transportation is provided to Eagle County residents to and from meal sites, medical appointments and to run errands. Transportation services are available to those over the age of 60 and disabled adults. Senior Services operates van and bus service at all three sites on nutrition days. Call for more information: Eagle Valley 970-328-1121, or Roaring Fork Valley: 970-309-8465.
Minturn: Meal transportation on Wednesday and Friday; shopping on Friday
Eagle: Meal transportation, shopping, Post Office and local medical appointments, Tuesday and shopping on Thursday.
Basalt: Meal transportation on Tuesday and Thursday; shopping and Post Office on Thursday; medical van to Glenwood Springs from Eagle on the last Monday of each month; medical van also available by appointment.
||Eagle County||551 BROADWAY||Eagle County Department of Human Services|
|Transportation Services - Mercy Medical Services||Provides transportation services to medical appointments for disabled individuals unable to use regular transportation services.
Service hours are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week but most trips are scheduled in advance.||Mesa County||586 COLANWOOD ST||Mercy Medical Services|
|Transportation Services -Pitkin County Senior Services||Transportation options for seniors and the disabled in Pitkin county for those in need and qualify.
-Senior Van - free door-to-door service for appointments, shopping errands, and senior programs. Must call in advance to arrange a pickup
-Volunteer Escort - available for unusual situations, e.g. out of town medical visits or special assistance needs
-Taxi - Available when the Senior Van is not operating. Half-price service from Mountain High Taxi. Used only for essential trips where other options cannot serve.
-RFTA Bus Service for Seniors - must show proof of age, door to door service for seniors on Mt. Valley Dial-A-Ride (970-920-9999), limited to regular bus routes and times, seniors age 65 and older travel free of charge on the Highway 82 corridor, service on all Aspen and Snowmass Village routes free to everyone
-Paratransit Service for People with Disabilities & Mobility Impairment - arrangements made a day prior to requested service date - call 970-925-4482 for information and arrangements. For Snowmass Village paratransit call 970-923-2543 between 8am-5pm, after hours call 970-923-3500. Geographic and other eligibility restrictions apply||Pitkin County||0275 CASTLE CREEK RD||Pitkin County Senior Services|
|Transportation Services, Southwest Rides - Southwest Center for Independence||Provides a safe affordable transportation service for those living with a disability, elderly and veterans. Must call 5 days in advance to schedule a transportation request.
- Medicaid Non-emergent Medical Transportation Services (call to check your eligibility)
- Free trips to the Durango Food Bank on Thursdays
- Free trips to monthly commodities distribution at the La Plata County fairgrounds
||La Plata County||3473 MAIN AVE||Southwest Center for Independence|
|Transportation Services, The Traveler - Garfield County Department of Human Services||The Traveler provides wheelchair accessible, curb to curb, demand responsive, driver-assisted transportation to Garfield County residents, 60 or older or disabled adults (over 18) who have difficulty using public or private transportation services.
Based in Glenwood Springs and Rifle, the Traveler serves qualified individuals within the following service area parameters: a five (5) mile radius off of Interstate 70 between Parachute and Glenwood Springs, and a five (5) mile radius off of Hwy 82 between Glenwood Springs and Carbondale. To help support its operation, the Traveler does request a voluntary contribution for the services it provides.||Garfield County||108 8TH ST||Garfield County Department of Human Services|
|Transportation to Medical Appointments - Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)||Provides Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) for Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program) eligible customers residing in Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Jefferson, Larimer, and Weld counties through Veyo.
||Arapahoe County||Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)||Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)|
|Veterans Assistance - Routt County Veterans Affairs||Assists veterans of armed services and their families with benefits and resources by providing transportation for veterans to medical appointments in Grand Junction and Denver, providing assistance applying for VA benefits and compensation, and providing temporary financial assistance to Veterans and active military.||Routt County||Routt County Veterans Affairs||Routt County Veterans Affairs|
|Veterans Services - Moffat County Veterans Service Office||Assists veterans of armed services and their families with benefits and resources. Also coordinates transportation with the VA hospital in Grand Junction for free. One to two weeks advanced notice is preferred for medical transportation.||Moffat County||Moffat County Veterans Service Office||Moffat County Veterans Service Office|
|Veteran's Transportation (Salida) - Chaffee County||This program provides transportation to veterans.||Chaffee County||Veteran's Services (Salida) - Chaffee County||Chaffee County|