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Area Agency on Aging

Mission: The Area Agency on Aging (AAA) in Region 10 seeks to assure that a comprehensive array of services provided through a coordinated network will be available to enable older persons in the region to live independently as long as possible.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is eligible for services?

A person must be 60 years of age or older to be eligible for programs funded by the “Older Americans Act”. Some exceptions are made for eligible spouses and individuals with disabilities.

How much do services cost?

There are no fees charged for services and no one is denied because of an inability to pay. Donations are encouraged, and for some services there is a recommended donation amount.

Programs & Services

Regional Older Adult Programs include:
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Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRC) 

The vision of the ADRC is to create as highly visible and trusted places where people of all incomes and ages can turn for information on the full range of long-term support options and a single point of entry for access to public long term support programs and benefits. ADRC meetings occur on the second Tuesday each month from 9:30-11:00 am at Region 10’s office. Call us at (970) 249-2436 for more details. Join the ADRC by downloading a membership application.


ADRC ADVISORY COUNCIL Membership 2014 (19.9 KiB, 1194 downloads)


Housing Brochure

For a list of alternative care, adult foster care, assisted living, respite, subsidized and senior apartment options by county download our housing brochure.

HousingOptions2011 (226.5 KiB, 1638 downloads)

Area Agency on Aging: Four Year Plan
2016-2019 4 Year Plan Final (425.0 KiB, 738 downloads)

Policy & Procedures

Regulations pertaining to the operation of the Area Agencies on Aging can be found in the Policy & Procedures download to the right.

POLICY AND PROCEDURE MANUAL FINAL 8-16-16 (1.0 MiB, 383 downloads)

2017 Resource Guide

The Aging & Disability Resources collected resource information contained in this guide for Colorado (ADRC) and its members. Effort have been made to keep this information inclusive, current, and accurate.

2017 Resource Guide Final (1.4 MiB, 2315 downloads)

Information, Assistance, and Resources

2017 Resource Guide

Organizations that provide assistance and linkage to available services and resources.

Services supported by Region 10 Area Agency on AgingRegion 10 Area Agency on Aging seeks to assure that an array of services, provided through a coordinated network, will be available to older persons in the region to assist them to live independently in their communities. Region 10 serves Delta, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Montrose, Ouray and San Miguel Counties.
(970) 249-2436
145 S. Cascade Ave.
Montrose, CO 81401

Delta County Senior Resource Council

Services supported by Region 10 Area Agency on AgingMission: To promote awareness, education, and networking opportunities regarding issues on aging for seniors and their providers in Delta County.
(970) 712-2295
P.O. Box 955 Delta,
CO 81416

Gunnison County Senior Resources Office

Services supported by Region 10 Area Agency on AgingThe Senior Resources Office provides specially trained case managers to help connect you to the right resources to meet your needs.
(970) 641-7984 or (970) 642-4664
225 N. Pine Street
Gunnison, CO 81230

Hinsdale County Seniors

Services supported by Region 10 Area Agency on AgingServices and programs for seniors in Lake City and Hinsdale County, Colorado.
(970) 944-0321
P.O. Box 277
304 W. 3rd, Lake City, CO 81235

Montrose County Senior Resource Council

Mission: Provide opportunities for education, networking and collaboration of area senior service providers in a unified effort to educate and advocate for older adults in Montrose County.

(970) 252-4889

Ouray County Neighbor to Neighbor

Serving older adults, homebound and disabled adults of Ouray County.
(970) 325-4586
P.O. Box 463
Ouray, CO 81235 


Eva Veitch, Community Living Services Director
(970) 765-3127
(970) 249-2436 x 207

Claudette Nicolas, Options Counselor
(970) 765-3121
(970) 249-2436 x 201

Sandy Walker, Ombudsman
(970) 765-3131
(970) 249-2436 x 212

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