The Colorado Office of Public Guardianship (OPG) is a public agency established by the Colorado General Assembly.
The Mission of the Colorado OPG is to provide guardianship services for indigent and incapacitated adults who do not have willing and appropriate family or friends, to serve as guardian for them. The Colorado OPG advocates for our clients while safeguarding their individual rights and preserving their independence wherever possible. Colorado OPG must be court-appointed to serve as guardian.
Currently, the Colorado OPG serves indigent and incapacitated adults in the following counties:
- San Miguel
The Colorado OPG is currently expanding into the Sixteenth Judicial District (Bent, Crowley and Otero counties).
The Colorado OPG will provide statewide services by December 31, 2023.