Aging and Disability Resource Centers

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    Programs that create a single, coordinated system of information and access for older adults and people with disabilities who are seeking long term support to minimize confusion, enhance individual choice, and support informed decision-making. ADRC centers serve as a single point of entry to public long term support programs and services. They offer information and counseling regarding available long term support options; assist individuals in determining their eligibility for public long term support programs and benefits including level of care determinations for Medicaid nursing facility and home and community-based service waiver programs; provide short-term case management to stabilize long term supports for individuals and their families in times of immediate need; help people plan for their future long term support needs; and provide information about and referral to other programs and benefits (such as health promotion and disease prevention, transportation services, housing and income support programs) that help people remain in the community.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    ADRC - Aging & Disability Resources of Colorado - Mesa CountyAssistance through ADRC is meant to streamline access to long-term care information and services for people age 60 and over and age 18 and over with a disability that have long-term care needs. Options Counseling is a person-centered approach to help individuals gain an understanding of the benefits and limitations of long-term care support and service options. Options counselors can assist clients with: - Interviewing and assessment of needs - Exploring individualized options and resources - Decision support - Assistance in accessing services - Action planning - Follow up to assure service delivery and quality of careMesa County510 29 1/2 Rd., Grand Junction - ADRC- Aging & Disability Resources of Colorado - Mesa CountyAging & Disability Resources of Colorado (ADRC) of Mesa County
    Aging and Disability Resources for Colorado (ADRC) / Area Agency on Aging (Weld)ADRC program is to empower individuals to effectively navigate their health and other long-term support options. Assistance through ADRC is meant to streamline access to long-term care information and services. The ADRC program is available to people age 60 and over and age 18 and over with a disability that have long-term care needs. Weld CountyArea Agency on Aging (Weld)Department of Human Services (Weld)
    Aging and Disability Resources for Colorado (ADRC) - Associated Governments of NW ColoradoAssistance through ADRC is meant to streamline access to long-term care information and services for people age 60 and over and age 18 and over with a disability that have long-term care needs. Options Counseling is a person-centered approach to help individuals gain an understanding of the benefits and limitations of long-term care support and service options. Options counselors can assist clients with: - Interviewing and assessment of needs - Exploring individualized options and resources - Decision support - Assistance in accessing services - Action planning - Follow up to assure service delivery and quality of care Garfield County510 29 1/2 Rd., Grand Junction - ADRC- Aging & Disability Resources of Colorado - Mesa CountyAging & Disability Resources of Colorado (ADRC) of Mesa County
    Aging and Disability Resources for Colorado (ADRC) - Larimer County Office on AgingProvides information and assistance to access programs and services which allow individuals to remain as independent as possible in the following ways: - Help understanding and navigating the long term service and support system - Information and Assistance specializing in programs and services for older adults and adults with disabilities. - Options counseling, individualized, one-on-one support to help you understand your options and find the programs and services to meet your needs. - Help completing Long Term Care Medicaid and Medicare Savings Program applications - Assistance accessing Chore Voucher Program and In-Home Services Voucher Program Larimer CountyLarimer County Office on AgingLarimer County Office on Aging
    Aging & Disability Resources for ColoradoADRC empowers older adults, adults with disabilities, and care givers to navigate health and long term care options. ADRC offers a range of services including: - Information - Referral - Planning Assistance - Options Counseling - Application Assistance - Follow Up Montrose CountyRegion 10 - Western ColoradoRegion 10 - Western Colorado
    Archuleta County Aging & Disability Resources of Colorado (ADRC) - San Juan Basin Area Agency on AgingADRC provides information and support to adults 60 and over and adults over 18 with a disability and their family members as they explore their options for long term supports and services. ADRC Office Contacts: - Archuleta County - 970-264-0501 ext 2 - Dolores County - 970-562-4626 - La Plata County - 970-382-6444 - Montezuma County - 970-564-2772 Archuleta CountySan Juan AAA (Archuleta County) - San Juan Basin Area Agency on AgingSan Juan Basin Area Agency on Aging
    Disabled Resource Services (Fort Collins) - Disabled Resource ServicesProvides the following services to any individual living with a disability: - Application assistance with SSI, SSDI, health care, transportation - Employment counseling - Low vision/blindness program - Medical equipment loan closet - Case management - Housing advocacy related to the American Disabilities Act (ADA) and Fair Housing Act - Nursing Home Transition Program which helps individuals move from nursing homes to independent living facilities - Peer support and independent living skills training on budgeting and communication - Youth Transition Program to assist individuals exiting high school into young adulthood with job skills and independent living skillsLarimer CountyDisabled Resource ServicesDisabled Resource Services
    Disabled Resource Services (Loveland) - Disabled Resource ServicesProvides the following services to any individual living with a disability: - Application assistance with SSI, SSDI, health care, transportation - Employment counseling - Low vision/blindness program - Medical equipment loan closet - Case management - Housing advocacy related to the American Disabilities Act (ADA) and Fair Housing Act - Nursing Home Transition Program which helps individuals move from nursing homes to independent living facilities - Peer support and independent living skills training on budgeting and communication - Youth Transition Program to assist individuals exiting high school into young adulthood with job skills and independent living skillsLarimer CountyDisabled Resource ServicesDisabled Resource Services
    Family Support Services Program (Colorado Springs) - The Resource ExchangeThe Family Support Services Program provides advocacy, referrals, and coordination of supports to families of persons aged three years and older who have a developmental delay or disability. The family member with the developmental disability must: Be a child or adult of any age with a developmental disability/delay, and reside with the family seeking support services. Be eligible and enrolled with TRE and living within the service area covered by TRE – El Paso, Teller and Park counties. Meets program criteria determined through a Most in Need Assessment. Services and Supports Advocacy in schools, court hearings, meetings, and on the job Assessment of needs and coordination of referrals Assistance with completing applications for Social Security benefits, Medicaid benefits, etc. Help in promotion of family stability and addressing needs that impact quality of life. State general funds may be available to assist for the following: Medical and dental expenses not covered by private insurance or Medicaid. Vehicle and home modifications Dietary and clothing needs In-home or center based respite For further information about this program contact The Resource Exchange’s Navigation Department at (719) 380-1100.El Paso CountyDevelopmental Disability Services (Colorado Springs) - The Resource ExchangeThe Resource Exchange
    Information and Referral - Boulder County Area Agency on AgingOffers information, referral, and options counseling services to seniors over 60 and adults living with a disability who need information about long-term services and supports, or assistance accessing those services.Boulder CountyBoulder County Area Agency on AgingBoulder County Area Agency on Aging
    La Plata County Aging & Disability Resources for Colorado (ADRC) - San Juan Basin Area Agency on AgingADRC provides information and support to adults 60 and over and adults over 18 with a disability and their family members as they explore their options for long term supports and services. ADRC Office Contacts: - Archuleta County - 970-264-0501 ext 2 - Dolores County - 970-562-4626 - La Plata County - 970-382-6444 - Montezuma County - 970-564-2772 La Plata CountySan Juan AAA (La Plata County) - San Juan Basin Area Agency on AgingSan Juan Basin Area Agency on Aging
    Navigation Services (Colorado Springs) - The Resource ExchangeThe Resource Exchange (TRE) serves as the entry point for persons with a developmental disability to receive services in El Paso, Park, and Teller Counties. We have the responsibility for determining whether a person has an intellectual or developmental disability and is eligible to receive services and supports. The first step is to contact Navigation Services at (719) 380-1100. They will assist you in completing an application. The next step is to submit the following documentation: Proof of legal residency, such as a birth certificate or social security card Medicaid and/or Medicare card (if applicable) Psychological Evaluation or IEP that includes IQ testing Our Navigation Services staff can assist you in getting added to the waitlist for services appropriate to meet the needs of you or your loved one. It is important for applicants to understand that currently there is a lengthy waiting list for services and support. The sooner you complete and submit the application, the sooner we can begin the eligibility process.El Paso CountyDevelopmental Disability Services (Colorado Springs) - The Resource ExchangeThe Resource Exchange
    Options / Benefits Counseling - ADRC of Mesa CountyOptions counseling provides information and support to adults over 60 and adults over 18 with a disability and their family members as they explore their options for long term supports and services. Options Counseling is person centered and explores all options, including public assistance and private pay.Mesa County510 29 1/2 Rd., Grand Junction - ADRC- Aging & Disability Resources of Colorado - Mesa CountyAging & Disability Resources of Colorado (ADRC) of Mesa County
    Senior Services, Area Agency on Aging - Region 10The Area Agency on Aging (AAA) helps seniors with support services. Services available are: - Dental Prevention Program - Family Caregiver Program - Homemaker & Personal Care - Legal Aid - Mental Health Services - Nutrition Services - Long-Term Care Ombudsman - Transportation Montrose CountyRegion 10 - Western ColoradoRegion 10 - Western Colorado
    Support Services - Center for DisabilitiesProvides a single point of entry to long-term support services, a provider network, and resources for independent living for those with disabilities, including hearing, vision, mental, emotional, cognitive, and physical disabilities. Also provides medical equipment for rent.Pueblo CountyCenter for DisabilitiesCenter for Disabilities

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