Colorado Indigent Care Program

Government program helps low income individuals who are not Medicaid eligible pay for some of the costs of health care services provided by healthcare providers participating in CICP.

Colorado Neurological Institute (CNI)

Offers comprehensive medical care (diagnosis, treatment and follow-up) to people with complex neurological disorders and injuries. Other services include:
- Research projects, including new surgical techniques
- Education (patient, family, and community)
- Support groups for patients and their family caregivers
- Outreach to rural communities

Adult Protective Services (APS)

Adult Protective Services assist vulnerable and elder adults to stop and prevent abuse, neglect, or exploitation. Anyone can make a report about suspected abuse to the Hotline.

Nutrition Services

Government program offers home-delivered and congregate meals. Access Nutrition Services through your local Area Agency on Aging.

Colorado Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

This state department helps residents of Colorado with disabilities to obtain and retain employment. It provides information and referral services for independent living.

Parkinson Association of the Rockies (PAR)

Provides support, information and educational services to people with Parkinson's disease and their families.

Family Caregiver Support Program (FCSP)

FCSP services for family caregivers are provided through local area agencies on aging (AAAs) and include:
- Information
- Assistance
- Individual counseling, support groups and caregiver training
- Respite care
- Limited supplemental services, such as transportation and home modifications

Colorado Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs)

AAAs offer aging services, including:
- Information and assistance
- Care management
- Nutrition services (i.e., Meals on Wheels)
- Legal assistance
- Services for family caregivers through the Family Caregiver Support Program (FCSP)

Disability Law Colorado

Offers legal representation, information, and referrals to people with disabilities, older people, and their families.

Long Term Care Ombudsman

Ombudsmen investigate complaints made by, or on behalf of, individual residents in long-term care facilities, including nursing homes and assisted living facilities. They also answer questions about the quality of care or financial, physical, or mental abuse in residential facilities.


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