Helpful Resources

Caregiver Respite Information

Whether you are the caregiver for an aging parent/grandparent, helping out after a hospital stay, or you are taking care of your spouse with a chronic health condition, taking care of yourself is one of the most important things you can do. The Caregiver Respite Program assists qualified residents with a limited amount of no-cost, in-home care services, which provides family caregivers with the temporary relief they need from day-to-day caregiving tasks. Respite care also provides the person you care for with beneficial social engagement and the support they need to age in place. Funded through the Denver Regional Council of Governments, the Older Americans Act, and voluntary contributions from individuals. Eligibility is based on the physical and/or cognitive needs of the care recipient, not finances. To learn more or to make a contribution, contact Senior Services at 303-464-5529.

Information and Assistance Program

The Community Resources Coordinator helps older adults and their caregivers understand and navigate a wide variety of resources including legal, financial assistance programs, housing, long-term care, mental health, and more to support their independence and changing needs. Through solution-focused resource counseling and education, residents are empowered with a simple plan for the next steps to take on their own, including resource contacts and as-needed advocacy to meet their individual needs. Follow-up may be provided to support the client in connecting with appropriate service providers. Call 303-464-5529 for assistance. 

Financial Assistance

Qualified applicants aged 60+ may receive assistance paying for homemaking help, dental and medical procedures, hearing aids, vision assistance, medications, and other material items or services that support health and well-being. Requests for assistance are considered on a case-by-case basis to address needs not covered by Medicare, Medicaid, or other health insurance. Financial assistance is made possible by a grant from Senior Resources of Broomfield and other charitable organizations. Contact the Community Resources Coordinator at 303-464-5529 to request an application.

  • Broomfield Community Resource Guide: Broomfield Community Resource Guide-Your one-stop-shop to find, filter, and search for Broomfield community resources! 
  • Cultivate : Offers free services that are open to Broomfield county residents 60 years of age or better.
    • Carry-Out Caravan: Provides grocery shopping and delivery for   seniors facing the challenge of access to a grocery store. 
    • FixIt: Connects seniors with volunteers to perform simple home repairs,   grab bar set up, and smoke detector installation. 
    • VetsGo:  Provides rides from volunteers to senior veterans and their immediate family to medical appointments. 
  • SRB (Senior Resources of Broomfield): Enhancing quality of life for seniors.
  • Village Connector Experience: Free newly launched program through the Juanita C. Grant Foundation to combat the increased social isolation among older adults as a result of COVID. 
  • RTD Access-a-Ride: Grocery delivery service is now available to RTD Access-a-Ride customers. 
  • Seniors Bluebook: Resources for aging well.
  • Denver Regional Council of Governments Area Agency on Aging
  • Denver Regional Council of Governments Network of Care
  • North Metro Fire Department, Ambulance Membership Program (AMP): The North Metro Ambulance Program helps offset the medical bills after an ambulance ride due to an emergency. This service can be very valuable for you and your family. Memberships are available year-round and last one year. Please see the North Metro Fire Department website for more information.
  • Senior Reach: Senior Reach is a community program to help provide various health services to seniors. Help is provided to those in need of mental, physical, emotional, social, or economic aid. This program is at no cost to the senior. If you know of someone or are in need of services yourself, please contact Senior Reach at 866-217-5808 or visit their website.
  • Protect Yourself Against Fraud, Identity Theft: Please visit the Broomfield Police Department Fraud & Identity Theft webpage for information on how to protect yourself against fraud and identity theft.
  • Power Against Fraud: The 17th Judicial District Attorney's Office for Adams and Broomfield Counties offers free presentations on identity theft and fraud prevention to the community in support of senior citizens and others wanting to know how to protect themselves against fraud. For information, contact the 17th Judicial District Attorney's Office, at 303.835.5639. Read more about fraud and identity theft presentations on the District Attorney's website.
  • AARP Elder Watch Resources: The AARP has compiled a list of resources to help elders protect against a variety of bad actors.
  • Adult Protection Services (APS): Supporting at-risk adults in our community; Report concerns of abuse or neglect of at-risk adults. 1.844.264.5437.
  • Seniors' Resource Center: Providing an array of services that support older adults so they can remain in their homes and be a part of our communities. 303.238.8151.

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    Senior Services
    280 Spader Way
    Broomfield, CO 80020

    8 a.m.–5 p.m.


    Dinah Pollard
    Program Coordinator
    Community Resources