Larimer County Human Services COVID-19 Updates
  • We are currently experiencing higher demand and call volume for public benefits. Our phone hours of operation for Monday, Tuesday, and Friday will continue to be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to Noon. In order to focus on processing each application, we will be taking Thursdays to work through the applications and questions that are in the queue.

  • Applications for assistance can be found in PEAK, our online benefits system. Click here to apply or to check on the status of your benefits application.
  • 2555 Midpoint or the HUB is currently closed to walk-in traffic. Please call 970-498-6990 if you need assistance with child protection, juvenile justice, or foster or kinship care. 

About Us

Larimer County Human Services provides services and support to keep vulnerable citizens safe and self-sufficient through Adult Protective Services, the Larimer County Office on Aging and Options for Long Term Care.  Vulnerable citizens include adults over the age of 60 or people with disabilities.  Family members and caregivers may also benefit from these services and referrals to community resources.

Caregiver Forum: Empowering Caregivers Through Technology

Thank you to all who attended our Caregiver Forum on April 27. If you were unable to attend, the information to watch the presentation and the handouts are below. 

Older American's Month Awards Winners

Outstanding Senior Volunteer - Steve Robinson

In the last 6+ years, Steve has been a Caring Companion volunteer with Volunteers of America, a driver for SAINT, has done work at the Food Bank, Meals on Wheels, the Colorado Welcome Center, is a volunteer ranger assistant with Larimer County, and volunteers at the hospital through his church. RSVP/Americorp Seniors reports that Steve has contributed more than 2800 volunteer hours since 2014, which does not capture all the volunteering he’s done – we suspect it’s well over 3000 hours.

Outstanding Family Caregiver - Robin Tolbert

Robin Tolbert is a loving caregiver to her husband Don who was diagnosed with dementia four years ago.  Robin's joy and optimism were readily apparent when she joined the Dementia Together support groups and Memory Cafes.  She lights up the screen with her smile, encourages everyone around her and actively participates in the program, lovingly encouraging Don the whole time. 

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