Adult Resources for Care and Help (ARCH)

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ARCH is the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) in Colorado. ARCH is a resource center for older adults and adults with disabilities exploring options for staying as independent as possible. ARCH serves individuals who are 18 years or older with a disability, or individuals who are 60 years or older.

ARCH is the first place to go to get accurate, unbiased information on services, programs and resources that serve older adults, veterans and disabled adults. ARCH is a friendly, welcoming place where anyone - individuals, concerned families, friends, or professionals - can go for information specifically tailored to their situation. ARCH provides these services at the ARCH office, via telephone, or through a home visit, whichever is more convenient to the individual seeking help.

  • Are you confused about where to start and what services you need?
  • Do you or a family member need help in order to stay in your own home?
  • Do you know what services are available locally to help you or a loved one remain as independent as possible in your own home?
  • Do you know the cost of in-home care and how to find it?
  • Do you know what programs you qualify for, and how to apply for assistance?
  • Do you need assistance completing a Medicaid application?
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ARCH is:

  • A resource for family, friends and professionals
  • A resource to help eliminate confusion about services
  • A link to private and public resources and services in Larimer County
  • Able to give you information so that you can make informed choices
  • A resource to help you navigate the long term care system
  • Able to assist you in completing a public assistance application.

ARCH can provide:

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Information and Assistance: Information and referrals to programs, services and resources in Larimer County.

Options Counseling: Information and support in making decisions about appropriate long term care choices and assistance navigating long term care services and supports.

Application Assistance: Hands-on assistance completing a Medicaid application and guidance through the application process.

Additional Information:

For information contact (970) 498-7750.

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