Family Resources - Arapahoe County
Easter Seals Colorado Aurora Discovery Club
303-233-1666 | http://www.easterseals.com/co
Provides a variety of services and programs for children, adults, veterans, seniors with special needs, including a kids club and other activities. Also provides a support network for caregivers. Offers teams of therapists, teachers and other health professionals to help overcome obstacles to independence and to reach personal goals.
303-632-6840 | http://www.thrivectr.org/community-parent-resource-center/
Informs and empowers low-income, culturally and linguistically diverse families as advocates for their children with disabilities age birth-26 in order to achieve meaningful participation in their schools and communities. Provides information and training about disabilities, parent and children's rights.
Continuum of Colorado
303-214-3370 | http://www.continuumcolo.org
Non-profit that provides day and residential behavioral services, seniors’ choice activities, family caregiver relief, supported employment, home and community support, and pre-vocational employment. Home and community support services include personal care, respite, supported community connections, homemaking, mentor ship, and massage therapy.
303-360-6600 | http://www.developmentalpathways.org
Serving Arapahoe, Douglas, and the City of Aurora. Provide services to individuals with developmental delays and their families, connecting them to federal, state, county, and private funding. Offer services through home and community-based Medicaid waiver programs. Also perform intake, eligibility enrollment, and case management services.
Jewish Family Service of Colorado
303.597.5000 | https://www.jewishfamilyservice.org/
Regardless of your religion, Jewish Family Service of Colorado may be able to help. The non-profit is focused on assisting the less fortunate, seniors, and people facing a crisis. Several resources are available to address the needs of qualified clients. The non-profit will even offer job search assistance. Thousands of people, of all races and religion, usually get help from Jewish Family Service (JFS) of Colorado ever year.