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Housing: Support Program and Services
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Adapt There's no place like home, and we mean real homes, not nursing homes. Adapt is fighting so people with disabilities can live in the community with real supports instead of being locked away in nursing homes and other institutions. 
Affordable Housing Colorado Housing Authorities Provides links to local housing authorities. 
American Amputee Association Provides links to Centers for Independent Living across the USA. 
Archdiocesan Housing provides affordable, service-enriched housing for individuals and families who cannot access decent housing in the broader market place. 
Area Agency on Aging in Denver Resource guide provides contact information for services. 
Atlantis Atlantis serves people who are very severely disabled; many of them are multiply-disabled and previously institutionalized. For this reason, a unique range of services has been developed: housing services, daily living and home management, life education.
Capital District Center for Independence A private not-for-profit (501(c)(3), community-based Independent Living Center (ILC), located in Albany, NY which provides non-residential services to over 1250 people with disabilities annually living in the Greater Capital District of New York State. 
Center for Independent Living, National CIL can assist patients with a variety of services (social support, recreational activities, accessible transportation)
Center for People with Disabilities Classes are held for people who wish to learn independent living skills, including people who are transitioning from custodial care into the community.  303-442-8662 x125 
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment – Provides information and resources for Home and Community Based Services: Personal Care/Homemaker sorted by payer source (Medicare, Medicaid, and private pay). 
Colorado Division of Housing 303-866-2033
Colorado Housing Authorities Provides links to local housing authorities. 
Colorado Housing Counseling Coalition A non-profit organization founded in 1980. Housing counselors and interested for-profit housing professionals in Colorado have joined together to simplify the process of providing information about a variety of housing-related issues.
Colorado Medicaid Home and Community Based Services HCBS Waivers (HCBS) Waivers - Provide a home or community based alternative to hospital or specialized nursing facility care for persons with brain injury.
Community Housing Services Many individuals with whom we work are at risk for homelessness or unnecessary displacement. We provide information about their rights and the community resources that are available to them. We have been providing housing education, information and referrals to the Metro Denver community since 1980.  303-831-4046
Consumer Directed Attendant Support Services (CDASS) - Provides elderly Medicaid clients and Medicaid clients with disabilities the opportunity to manage their attendant services.
Disabled Resource Services A consumer controlled, community-based, cross-disability, non residential, private non-profit agency that was designed and largely operated by individuals with disabilities to provide an array of independent living services. We help clients deal with the challenges of disability and move towards greater empowerment and independence where they have more control over their lives and the circumstances influencing them. Although there are ten CILs (Centers for Independent Living) throughout the state, DRS is the only CIL serving Larimer and Jackson Counties. 
Disability Center for Independent Living DCIL is a grassroots independent living center that works with their partners to empower people with all types of disabilities, both physical and mental/cognitive, to discover and reach their goals and to become integrated into all aspects of community life.
Eldercare Locator The Eldercare Locator is the first step to finding resources for older adults in any U.S. community. Just one phone call or Website visit provides an instant connection to resources that enable older persons to live independently in their communities. The service links those who need assistance with state and local area agencies on aging and community-based organizations that serve older adults and their caregivers. 
Gentiva: Rehab Without Walls Program Rehab Without Walls is dedicated to removing walls — including physical, emotional and geographical — that can slow recovery. The advantage of this comprehensive service is that a skilled clinical team, which can include physical therapists, occupational therapists, recreational therapists, speech pathologists, clinical social workers, nutritionists and neuropsychologists, is able to teach relevant skills in the patient's environment as opposed to a staged setting. Instead of just learning to prepare a meal, patients learn to shop in their local grocery store and use their own kitchen. Rather than simply focusing on grooming skills, patients learn to navigate their own bathrooms. The ultimate goal of Rehab Without Walls is to provide care in a comfortable, familiar environment, help patients experience better outcomes and reduce hospital costs. 
Grand Junction Center for Independence Serves all people with disabilities, and assists businesses and communities with education, advocacy, and information throughout Western Colorado. 
Greeley Center for Independence Provides places of growth, transition and encouragement, where people with temporary and permanent disabilities can reach toward their maximum potential of personal independence and wellness.
Housing for People with Disabilities offers tons of links dealing with housing issues facing the disabled.
Independent Living Centers Database Provides links to Centers for Independent Living across the USA. 
Joan Therese Seivert’s Connections Unlimited A professional with over 20 years experience help you explore: In-home Care Options - Assisted Living Placement - Nursing Home Placement and All Related Resources.
Metro West Centers for Independent Living Provides links to Centers for Independent Living across the USA. 
National Council on Independant Living The National Council on Independent Living, as a membership organization, advances independent living and the rights of people with disabilities through consumer-driven advocacy. NCIL envisions a world in which people with disabilities are valued equally and participate fully. 
National Association of Area Agencies on Aging Primary mission is to build the capacity of its members to help older persons and persons with disabilities live with dignity and choices in their homes and communities for as long as possible. 
OUR Center of Longmont, Colorado Professional caseworkers and trained volunteers provide emergency food, transportation, utilities, furniture, minor medical prescriptions, referrals for emergency shelter, and homeless-prevention help, including rent and utility assistance. Although services in the Basic Needs Program are typically provided in times of crisis, agency staff work in partnership with families to help them regain self-sufficiency.  
Patient Advocate Foundation Patient Advocate Foundation is a national non-profit organization that seeks to safeguard patients through effective mediation assuring access to care, maintenance of employment and preservation of their financial stability relative to their diagnosis of life threatening or debilitating diseases.
Quality Living Provides rehabilitation, assisted living, and independent living situations in Omaha, Nebraska.  Shelly Gansebom 402-573-3700.
Rowan Community Rowan is a 64-bed community, small enough to support personal relationships between residents and caregivers. Our residents vary in age, reflecting the diversity of a much larger community. Rowan’s focus is on a psycho-social model of care with a dynamic activities and social service program in place. Our staff is specially trained in behavior management and many are certified Eden Alternative™ associates.
Section 8 Contractor Forms Provides links to the most commonly used forms. 
Serenity House Serenity House is a unique alternative for assisted living services. Our residential homes service only 7 to 8 residents, allowing each individual more personal attention, nurturing and support than is available in larger communities. At the same time, we are fully committed to providing our residents with a full array of social and recreational activities.
US Department of Housing and Urban Development Provides links to information about housing assistance for disabled individuals. 
Warren Village Link to permanent affordable and subsidized housing.  Must call each listing to find status of accessibility. 

Last Updated: August 1, 2013