Senior Services

Are you a senior living in Douglas County? Do you need assistance with community resources, transportation, homemaker assistance, or handyman duties around the house? Do you know a senior who would benefit from adult day-care? To learn more about what assistance may be available, contact

Aging Resources of Douglas County: 303-814-4300, your first call for information and assistance.

Senior Adult Services – Valerie Robson, Adult Services Program Manager
Phone: # 303-814-4374
Email: [email protected]
Address: 100 Third Street Castle Rock, CO. 80104
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Senior Services and Safety
Douglas County has the fastest growing senior population in the state and ranks among the top 20 in the United States. Because older Americans face unique issues the Sheriff has appointed a “Senior Liaison” position to coordinate senior education, programs and resources. To request or lean about any of the services please contact the Senior Liaison at 303-660-7544.

Seniors Helping Seniors
Contact In-Home Care Services from Seniors Helping Seniors South Metro Denver & Douglas County

House Watch Program
Register online to have your house “watched” checked while occupants are on out of town or on vacation.

Report senior abuse and neglect
Detectives will investigate allegations of senior abuse and neglect and will work with the Douglas County Adult Protection Task Force. To report concerns about abuse or neglect 303-660-7579.

AARP Driver Safety
A four-hour classroom refresher designed to meet the needs of older drivers. It covers age-related physical changes, declining perceptual skills, rules of the road, new laws, local driving problems, and license renewal requirements. Participants pay instructor, (check or cash) $15 AARP Members (must show card) $20 non-members. Call 303-346-3834.

Highlands Ranch Senior Resources -The Highlands Ranch Metro District and Douglas County Community & Resource Services partnered in 2008 to provide resources for older adults, their families and caregivers. Together they recognized the growing older adult population in the county and Active Adult Programs & Services (AAPS) was created from this partnership. AAPS is committed to providing adults age 55 and better in Highlands Ranch with information, resources, activities, events and lifelong learning opportunities that allow them to grow old with the greatest success and satisfaction. -
Jodie McCann
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