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Office on Aging Programs and Services

The Office on Aging (the Area Agency on Aging for Larimer County) uses federal Older Americans Act funds in conjunction with state and county funds to develop and implement a comprehensive and coordinated system of services for seniors. The following services are provided directly through the Larimer County Office on Aging (LCOA). For more services funded through the LCOA, please see the funded partners page.

ADRC – Aging and Disablity Resources for Colorado
(970) 498-7750
The ADRC is part of the Larimer County Office on Aging and provides information and assistance, options counseling, and help with Long Term Care Medicaid applications. The ADRC serves people age 60+ (or 18+ with a disability).

Family Caregiver Support Program
(970) 498-7758
The Family Caregiver Support Program provides guidance, support, and assistance to individuals who are caring for a loved one 60 years of age or older in the home.

Long Term Care Ombudsman Program
(970) 498-7754 or (970) 498-7753
The Long Term Care Ombudsman is a trained, experienced professional whose job is to serve as an advocate for residents of nursing facilities and assisted living residences.

Senior Citizens' Property Tax Work-Off Program
(970) 498-7759
This program allows seniors to temporarily work for Larimer County in order to reduce the burden of their property tax bill. The maximum amount of assistance per household is $400.

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