Senior education programs
Information and brochures to help educate about crime prevention, fraud, ID theft safety and preparedness.
House Watch program
Register online to have your house “watched” checked while occupants are on vacation or out of town.
Senior House Watch
We can check-in on you, your elderly parents or loved ones periodically to see if they need assistance. Please call 303- 660-7544 for more information.
Colorado Life Trak
This is high-tech tracking system is for at-risk people. A radio frequency transmitter helps us locate adults and children suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, Down Syndrome, Autism and other related disorders who have the tendency to become lost. Click on this link or call (303) 660-7544.
Senior Volunteer Opportunities
Learn how you can volunteer at the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office. There are opportunities to help the Community Safety Volunteer program, assist in the jail, help the clerks and accountants and much more!
Report senior abuse and neglect
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office will investigate any allegation of senior abuse and neglect and will work with the Douglas County Adult Protection Task Force.
Please call 9-1-1 if an emergency or non-emergency,(303) 660-7500. If you have questions or concerns about abuse or neglect please call (303) 660-7579.
Meet other seniors
Our Community Resources office can suggest senior organizations and associations that you can join and meet others. Call Community Resources at (303) 660-7544.
We will help seniors sign up for emergency notifications in the case of natural disasters, bad weather or other emergencies.
Special Needs Registry
We will help seniors who may be wheelchair bound, who are on oxygen, or who may need other special assistance during an emergency.
AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, with a membership of more than 37 million, that helps people 50+ have independence, choice and control in ways that are beneficial to them and society as a whole.
Adult Protection Services (APS) are provided to at-risk-adults age 18 and older who, due to age or disability, are unable to protect themselves and have no one to advocate on their behalf.
Douglas County’s Neighbor Network Program is a volunteer based program in partnership with Douglas County Human Services and The Castle Rock Senior Center. The program serves our senior citizens and adults with disabilities living here in Douglas County.
Senior Services is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for older adults by providing Countywide leadership, needs assessment, information exchange, networking and service advocacy.
The Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) serves as the region's Area Agency on Aging, planning and coordinating a continuum of services available to older adults living in the Denver metro area
Resource for Aging and Living Well