Senior Assistance Center
Our Mission The Senior Assistance Center has provided valuable services to vulnerable senior citizens since 1981. Our mission is to promote the self-sufficiency of all seniors in Colorado and to ensure that no senior goes without the necessities of life. Please click here to read more about our mission.
MISSION & VISION
Our mission at the Senior Assistance Center is to promote the self-sufficiency of all senior citizens in Colorado.
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Our Client testimonials
Never in my wildest dreams….
Never in my wildest dreams did I think I would be the homeless man on the park bench! Yet here I am. I am so scared that I only sleep during the day. I walk at night. I feel so vulnerable! Sometimes I am lucky enough to get into a shelter. Mothers shush their children when they see me, and often cross the street. I love kids. I spent my entire working life teaching 6th grade in one of Denver’s Elementary Schools. I made some investments that crashed along with the economy. I’ve lost my family, my home, my self-respect. I get my social security check, but it’s not enough to pay a deposit on an apartment. Sometimes I will get a motel room for the night so that I can shower and do my laundry. Please don’t get me wrong. I’m not an alcoholic or a drug addict.