Senior Assistance Center
Our Mission – providing valuable services to vulnerable senior citizens since 1981.
Our office is currently closed for restructuring. SAC is taking this opportunity to re-evaluate our services and implement changes to enhance our outreach and the quality of our services in a more efficient and effective manner. SAC will re-open later this fall. Now more than ever, we appreciate your support as we work to tailor our services to the contemporary needs of seniors.
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Medicare Monday is an annual workshop to help you stay better informed and make necessary changes to your coverage. The program includes information on the changes, updates and requirements for Medicare Parts A, B, C and D. Learn how these changes may affect you and your heath care in the coming year. From CGS (Colorado Gerontological Society) click here to see the schedule and learn more.
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From all of us at Senior Assistance Center, thank you for your support!
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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.