|Assistive Technology - Independence Center||Provides information on tools to increase mobility, communication, and overall independence, as well as assistance with researching funding options to purchase these tools.
||El Paso County||Independence Center||Independence Center|
|Family Support Services - Community Connections, Inc.||Providing funding for families to support the extra expenses experienced when caring for individuals with developmental disabilities, Family Services monies can be applied for:
- Respite care for the family member with a disability
- Professional services for an individual with a disability
- Medical services not covered by public or private insurance
- Transportation and other costs associated with accessing medical or professional services
- Assistive Technology
- Home modification
- Parent and sibling support||Montezuma County||105 S Harrison St. Cortez - Community Connections, Inc.||Community Connections, Inc.|
|Financial Assistance for Cerebral Palsy - Cerebral Palsy Association of Colorado Springs||Provides financial assistance to clients with cerebral palsy. This financial assistance is for purchasing medical equipment and orthotic appliances, physical, occupational, speech and horseback riding therapies, medical expenses and emergency situations and camperships and recreational activities.
||El Paso County||Cerebral Palsy Association of Colorado Springs||Cerebral Palsy Association of Colorado Springs|
|Financial Assistance for MVEA Customers - Mountain View Electric Association||Operation Round-Up is a fund to assist customers of Mountain View Electric Association (MVEA). The fund has paid for past due medical bills, propane, utility bills (does not cover MVEA utility bills), car repairs, wheel chairs, dental, glasses, rent, mortgages, and more.
||El Paso County||Mountain View Electric Association||Mountain View Electric Association|
|Medical Equipment - South Central Colorado Seniors||Provides assistance for seniors age 60+ with purchasing equipment necessary to remain living in their home. Items include grab bars, walkers, eyeglasses, etc.||Alamosa County||South Central Colorado Seniors||South Central Colorado Seniors|
|SAMS / RAP - Senior Assistance for Materials & Services and Respite Assistance Program - Aging and Disability Resources of Colorado||Financial contribution towards purchase of goods and services in order to meet long term support goals of community independence.||Mesa County||510 29 1/2 Road||Aging and Disability Resources of Colorado|
|Senior Assistance Program - Partnership for Age-Friendly Communities||Provides specific grants for seniors who are referred by Larimer County Office on Aging, whose needs are not being met with the following issues:
- Dental care
- Limited prescriptions
- Adult day care
- Respite care
- In-home assistance
- Handicapped equipment and home modifications
- Home repairs||Larimer County||Partnership for Age-Friendly Communities||Partnership for Age-Friendly Communities|