The Routt County Department of Human Services (DHS) administers numerous state and federal programs while providing social services to the population of Routt County.
The Routt County Department of Human Services (DHS) administers numerous state and federal programs while providing social services to the population of Routt County. Some of the programs include:
- Adult Protective Services
- Child Care Assistance Program
- Family Preservation
- Food Assistance
- Low Income Energy Assistance Program
- Medicaid and Medicaid Transportation
- Old Age Pension
- Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) through Colorado Works
- Economic Security
Old Age Pension (OAP)
OAP provides monthly cash assistance to low-income adults aged 60 years or older. This program has income and resource limits.
Long Term Care (LTC)
This program provides assistance with medical services for eligible individuals residing in a Nursing Facility as well as Home and Community Based Services. Individuals under age 65 must meet Social Security or state approved disability criteria. This program also has income and resource limits.
Free Yoga Classes For Veterans
Comrades, we’re happy to announce that we now have a few options for free yoga classes in Steamboat Springs.
- The Yoga Center of Steamboat, located at 701 Yampa Street, Steamboat Springs (above the E3 Chophouse) now offers all classes free to veterans. Please be ready to present ID in person or email a digital copy to Yoga Center Staff Email to pre-register for classes. Pre-registration is recommended. The class schedule is on the Yoga Center Website. The Yoga Center of Steamboat provides all needed yoga gear, but you’re encouraged to bring your own.
- Veterans Yoga Project offers a variety of free online classes via Zoom and other platforms, and has a library that you can choose from to practice on your own time. Visit Veterans Yoga Project website. If you have questions, please Email Val Brainerd.
Free Dental Care
As many of you know, dental care is not covered by VA medical and if you do not have dental insurance – or even if you do – dental care can be expensive.
Dental Lifeline offers dental care to veterans who meet one of the following criteria:
1) have a permanent disability; or
2) are over 65; or
3) have a chronic or serious illness
Go to Dental Life Line to find out more and to apply.