Cultivate is happy to provide a list of additional resources for transportation, aging, nutrition, and veteran support that keep our senior neighbors connected to their communities. Resources are updated on a regular basis.
The Boulder County Network of Care online Resource Guide of community services for older adults, adults with disabilities, and their informal caregivers are sponsored by the Boulder County Area Agency on Aging.
Additional resources for older adults and adults with disabilities can be found at BoulderCountyHelp.org.
• Denver Regional Mobility & Access Council (DRMAC). The Denver Regional Mobility and Access Council (DRMAC) ensures people with mobility challenges have access to the community by providing regional transportation services and resources.
• VIA is a full-spectrum mobility manager offering transportation, travel training, mobility options information and referral and a wide range of community resources. Our services provide a lifeline and, for many, a bridge to the community.
Contact: 303-444-3043 or email@example.com.
• IntelliRide manages non-emergency medical and non-medical transportation for Health First Colorado members in the state of Colorado. As the state-contracted broker for Health First Colorado, IntelliRide manages NEMT services for the entire state of Colorado.
Contact: (303) 398-2155, (970) 225-4850, (719) 766-4660, (720) 279-3830 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Access-a-Ride is RTD’s ADA complementary paratransit service. It is a shared-ride service intended for those who cannot use regular fixed-route bus/light rail service due to a disability. Covers the entire RTD service area.
• City of Boulder Older Adult Services offers, among other services, individualized help to support the healthcare needs of adults 60 + and their family caregivers. Staff is available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 303-441-4388 for bilingual help.
• Boulder County AAA (Area Agency on Aging) Healthy Aging Programs provides monthly programs concerning nutrition, diabetes, medicare, and other areas for a healthy lifestyle.
• Boulder Public Library works with volunteers to connect with users for one-on-one tech sessions. We call this service Virtual Tech Help. It is available in English or Spanish and includes self-paced tutorial videos on a variety of computer basics.
• SeniorNet provides computer and internet education to adults over the age of 55. SeniorNet provides a wealth of resources for community centers, senior centers, and other organizations to build technology access and training programs.
• GCFLearnFree.org is an online classroom with tutorials on how to use Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, Outlook), email, social media, and more. Tutorials use east to understand step by step instructions for senior learning.
• Tech Cafe - Need help with our digital devices and tech? Drop in with questions about your smartphone, tablet, laptop, or e-reader. Tech Cafe is held at the Broomfield Library (3 Community Park Road, Broomfield, CO 80020) on Tuesdays from 3-5 p.m. More information here.
• Tech Tutor Appointments - The Broomfield Library offers free one-on-one tech tutoring on basic software, device troubleshooting, and internet navigation. For more information or to make an appointment, call 720-887-2350.
• Library Programs for Older Adults - Looking to join a book group, test your hand at a new craft, or listen to a guided meditation? The Broomfield Library offers in-person and virtual programs throughout the week. Visit B-Rex.com and use the search term “seniorlibrary” to discover current adult programs.
• MakeTheConnection.net connects Veterans, their families and friends, and other supporters to mental health information, a tool for finding local mental health resources, and videos of Veterans sharing their inspiring stories of recovery. The site is free to use and accessible to everyone.
• Active Heroes helps military families by providing community outreach, volunteer projects, and home repairs for military families. Our community outreach additionally educates the public about the challenges and needs of veterans and their families.
• Brothers Re-development has assisted in building a ramp for a veteran and replaced a hot water heater.
• House of Heroes is a volunteer program that provides free home repairs for the elderly or disabled military and public safety veterans and/or their spouses as a way of saying “thank you” for their service to our country.
• Operation Homefront’s Critical Financial Assistance program helps military families address critical financial shortfalls. Most often, this means assistance with mortgage payments, rent, utilities, car repairs, home repairs, overdue bills, critical baby items, and groceries.
• United Way call, chat, or text service to find local resources for food, shelter, health care, mental health, and more.
• Colorado Gerontological Society offers online access to videos and classes with an emphasis on seniors being able to stay independent as long and as comfortably as possible.
Help seniors flourish by reconnecting them—as recipients and contributors—with their surrounding communities.