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A Woman's Place provides survivors with the space and resources needed to get back on their feet. All our services are free, confidential, and available to all victims of domestic violence.
Journey to Wellness is a grant funded year-long lifestyle change program that will give you the tools you need to become a healthier you. Designed for folks who live with pre-diabetes, have previously been diagnosed with Gestational Diabetes, or who score a 5 or higher the risk test for Prediabetes.
APS uses community-based services and resources and other support systems while protecting the at-risk adult's right to confidentiality, self-determination, and least-restrictive intervention.
The Alliance’s retiree activists are from all walks of life. We are former teachers, auto workers, state and federal government workers, construction workers, and community leaders united in the belief that every American deserves a secure and dignified retirement after a lifetime of hard work.
Red Cross volunteers and staff work to deliver vital services – from providing relief and support to those in crisis, to helping you be prepared to respond in emergencies.
The CIDE team works together with stakeholders throughout Colorado to provide AT information and assistance to individuals with disabilities, seniors, and their service providers.
CAPABLE, which stands for Community Aging in Place – Advancing Better Living for Elders, was developed by the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing. Its goal is to allow older adults to remain in their homes longer, achieve better health outcomes, and decrease medical costs.