Re-entry & Seniors

In this section you’ll find resources specifically for people who are 55+.

Re-entry Help

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AARP Foundation Senior Community Service Employment Program

800 Grant Street, Suite 201, Denver CO 80203

Denver Metro

Denver

AARP's Senior Community Service Employment Program helps low-income, unemployed individuals aged 55+ find work. Their help can increase your skills, build self-confidence, and place you with a local nonprofit or public agency where you will earn a modest salary. AARP Foundation will also help the job seeker 55 and older who has been justice-involved. Call to learn more and get started with their help.

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Aging and Disability Resources Colorado

locations are statewide--call for help finding resources

Statewide

Colorado has a network of twelve Aging and Disability Resources Colorado (ADRC) offices that provide information and help with accessing resources in these areas of need. Call the number below and enter your zip code. You'll be routed to the ADRC for your area of the state. It's that easy!

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Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado

24/7 helpline provides resource information

The Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado is the premier source of information and support for Coloradans living with dementia and their families and caregivers. The Alzheimer’s Association 24/7 Helpline (800.272.3900) is available around the clock, 365 days a year. Through this free service, specialists and master’s-level clinicians offer confidential support and information to people living with dementia, caregivers, families and the public.

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Colorado’s Agencies on Aging

Statewide list of agencies to call for help--we provide link to all phone numbers and map!

Statewide

Colorado has fourteen Agencies on Aging across the state. Each Agency on Aging provides help and information about resources in their area. CLICK ON THE PDF LINK FOR THE MAP AND LIST OF AGENCIES WITH THEIR NUMBERS. Click on the website link to go to the Colorado Department of Human Services

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Denver Workforce Center at Montbello

4685 Peoria Street Suite 251, Denver CO 80239

Denver Metro

Denver

A workforce center can help you find a job and learn about training opportunities, including apprenticeships. Some centers have people who specialize in helping people with a criminal history with their job search. If you’re between 18 and 24, be sure to ask about job opportunities for young adults and youth. The three Denver Workforce Centers are currently closed to in-person use, but they offer a wide range of virtual services for jobseekers. Click on the website link to learn more. You may also call the number below and ask to make an appointment with a specialist. Please be prepared when you call to tell the people who work at the call center the type of help you need. This will help them get you to the right person.

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Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

Statewide

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation helps people with a disability prepare for and find employment. Offices are located throughout Colorado, so click on the website to see the complete list of locations and phone numbers. Call to make an appointment. Many of the offices are located inside Workforce Centers. Click on Success Stories on their website to learn more about the services they provide.

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REshape

Can help with deregistration

Denver Metro

REshape offers case management and resource coordination that assists individuals by helping with resume building, applications (such as Medicaid and Food Stamps), potential waivers, identification cards, registering as sex offenders, finding employment, finding housing, and connecting with mental health and addiction counseling. They can also help with deregistration. Email reshapeminds@gmail.com for any additional information.

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Second Chance Center

224 Potomac Street, Aurora, CO 80011

WAGEES Community Partner

Denver Metro

Aurora

Second Chance Center provides formerly incarcerated people and their network with education, resources, and support to successfully re-enter the community and cultivate a rewarding life. Their Advanced Care Coordinator helps justice-involved people who are fifty and older, currently incarcerated and anticipating release, as well as those who have reentered the community. They help with housing, employment, mentoring, SSI/SSDI, and all needs associated with reintegrating seniors into society after periods of incarceration. Call Rick Ostring at the number below or email him at rick@scccolorado.org.

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