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This is a scary time for all of us, but seniors are especially vulnerable to COVID-19. Given their increased risk, seniors are more likely to be in complete isolation right now, and many will face elevated levels of loneliness, anxiety and stress. Please reach out to the seniors in your life. Thankfully, stores have begun dedicating certain hours for seniors to lower the risk of shopping. See below for information on food assistance, transportation options, and more.
Senior Care Centers
  • Governor Polis announced new regulations to protect residents of senior care centers: click here.

Grocery Shopping and Food Assistance
  • Seniors-only hours at grocery stores and other locations: click here.

  • For a map of the 44 open food pantries in Denver: click here.

  • Meals on Wheels (for those 60 and older and homebound): click here

    • Call (303) 294-0111 or email to determine if you are eligible

Transportation and Other Resources
  • Transportation options for older adults and individuals with disabilities (provided by the Denver Regional Mobility and Access Council): click here

  • The Older Adult Resource Directory, an extensive directory of contact information, including benefits, emergency services, meals and healthcare (provided by the Denver Commission on Aging): click here

  • A collection of aging and disability resources including guides to in-home healthcare, transportation, and legal assistance (provided by the Denver Regional Council of Governments): click here

  • 7 ways to show your love and support to boost morale (provided by AARP): click here

  • The AARP has compiled common scams to avoid: click here.

Last updated on Monday, April 27th