Are you or an aging loved one in need of at-home services and care? Larimer County has a wide variety of at-home services and programs to help. See the information on local databases and agencies to get you started.
Agencies and Programs
A Little Help
19 Old Town Square, Suite 238
Fort Collins, CO 80524
- A Little Help is a nonprofit organization that connects neighbors to help seniors thrive.
- Volunteer services are offered to older adults including transportation, friendly visits, yard/home chores, technology/handy help, caregiver respite, and snow shoveling.
- Social/educational programming engages meaningful intergenerational community with neighbors of all ages and backgrounds.
- Engaging the epidemic of isolation through Teen Teams and Student Ambassadors, Scouts & Sages, summer picnics and events, and local interest groups such as book groups, coffee meet-ups, lunches.
Larimer County Office on Aging Chore Voucher Program
- The chore voucher program provides financial support for individuals requiring assistance with tasks they are no longer physically able to perform. Applicants must be 60 years of age or older and reside in Larimer County.
- To request a chore voucher, please complete the Chore Voucher Assessment and return it to the LCOA at: 1501 Blue Spruce Drive, Fort Collins, CO 80524. To request an assessment, call the number above.
Larimer County Office on Aging In-home Services Program
- The In-Home Services Voucher program provides homemaker and personal care for individuals requiring assistance with activities of daily living such as housework, laundry, bathing and dressing. Applicants must be 60 years of age or older and reside in Larimer County.
- All requests for In-Home Services Vouchers will be directed to and receive approval from the Larimer County Office on Aging (LCOA). To request a voucher, please call the number above.
Volunteers of America Handyman Program
405 Canyon Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80525
- If you’re in need of assistance with simple, safety-related repairs around the home for older adults Volunteers of America’s Handyman Program can help.
- VOA also offers a variety of services including Meals on Wheels, senior housing assistance, veteran support and housing assistance, caregiver support, volunteer placement, senior dining, and more.
- Contact the Volunteers of America Northern Colorado office at the number above or email firstname.lastname@example.org for these services.
Meals on Wheels of Loveland & Berthoud
437 N. Garfield Ave.
Loveland, CO 80537
- Meals on Wheels serves anyone living in southern Larimer County with limited ability to shop for food and prepare their own meals due to a physical or mental handicap, age or illness. Meals may also be delivered to anyone recovering from hospitalization.
- To be eligible for Meals on Wheels meal delivery, you must:
- Be homebound and unable to shop or cook for yourself due to a physical or mental handicap, or recent hospitalization
- Live in Loveland, Berthoud, Masonville, Carter Lake or southern Larimer County
- Be 60 years of age and over, or under 60 with a disability
Volunteers of America Meals on Wheels Program
405 Canyon Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80521
- VOA’s Meals on Wheels Program provides frozen meals for homebound older adults, ages 60 and over, living in Larimer County. The food deliveries are made once a week Monday through Friday between the hours of 10:00am and 2:30pm. There is no charge for receiving this service.
- Nutrition counseling and nutrition education with a dietitian is available through this program.
- VOA also offers a variety of services including senior housing assistance, veteran support and housing assistance, caregiver support, a handyman program, volunteer placement, senior dining, and more.
To find out if you are eligible for these programs, contact the Volunteers of America Northern Colorado office at the number above or email email@example.com.
View the Answers on Aging Resource Guide, an online-viewable PDF booklet with a list of aging-related resources in Larimer County. Use the Tips for Navigating the Answers on Aging Guide for helpful suggestions for navigating this database.
- Information on home care and services can be found on the following pages:
- Home Health Care Agencies, pp. 35-38
- Home Maintenance, pp. 38-40
The Elder Care Network Member Service Directory can help you find local services. The network consists of 60 member organizations, providing a wide range of services and individual volunteers. Use the Tips for Navigating the Eldercare Network directory for helpful suggestions on navigating this database.
- Information on home care and services can be found at the following links:
The Network of Care Service Directory is an online database that can help you find specific resources close to your home. Use the Tips for Navigating the Network of Care Service Directory for helpful suggestions on navigating this database.
- Information on home care and services can be found at the following link:
The Seniors Blue Book of Northern Colorado offers a comprehensive guide to aging-related resources, services, and activities in Northern Colorado. Browse service lists. Click Tips for Navigating the Seniors Blue Book Resource Guide for helpful suggestions on navigating this database.
- Information on Home care and services can be found on the following pages:
- Home Care & Services, pp. 58-88