AAA Internal Services

Area Agencies on Aging are charged with helping vulnerable older adults live with independence and dignity in their homes and communities. There are five core services provided by a AAA as directed by the Older Americans Act: Caregivers, Elder Rights, Health and Wellness, Nutrition, and Supportive Services.

AAA contracts with Community Partners or directly administers the programs to deliver these core services. The internal services offered by the Weld County AAA are:


Please visit the Adult Protection page for more information.


The Chore Service Program provides funds to seniors for chore services which they are unable to do themselves. Services may include deep cleaning the home, lawn care, snow removal, etc.

Eligibility: Must be 60 years of age or older.

For more information, please call (970) 400-6133.

Chore Service Program Brochure(PDF, 3MB)


The Dental, Vision, and Hearing Program provides financial assistance to Weld County seniors who are in need of dental, vision, and/or hearing services. Prior approval is required before services are performed; approved applicants may use provider of their choice.

Eligibility: Must be 60 years of age or older.

For more information, please call (970) 400-6629.

Dental, Vision, and Hearing Program Brochure(PDF, 3MB)


The Family Caregiver Support Program offers support, resources and information to assist family caregivers in finding relief and assistance through a variety of respite and support programs.

Eligibility: Family caregivers providing informal in-home care to an older adult (60 years or older) who is determined to be "frail" or family caregivers providing care for individuals with Alzheimer's disease and related disorders with neurological and organic brain dysfunction are eligible to apply.

For more information, please call (970) 400-6130.

Family Caregiver Program Brochure(PDF, 3MB)


Please visit the Friendly Fork page for more information.


Providing support services to grandparents raising grandchildren in Weld County. Legal referral and information, monthly support groups and educational workshops are offered to provide the tools needed in raising grandchildren and to improve quality of life.

Eligibility: A grandparent raising grandchildren aged 55 years or older.

For more information, please call (970) 400-6130.

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Brochure(PDF, 3MB)


The In-Home Services Program provides grant funding to those that are 60 and older and require assistance with personal care and homemaking services in the home.

Personal care services include, but are not limited to, bathing, dressing, mobility, and hygiene assistance. Homemaking services include, but are not limited to, laundry assistance, dusting, vacuuming, and bathroom cleaning.

Eligibility: Must be 60 years of age or older AND require assistance with two (2) or more Activities of Daily Living (ADL) or Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL)

For more information, please call (970) 400-6305.

In-Home Services Program Brochure(PDF, 3MB)

INFORMATION & ASSISTANCE / ADRC (Aging and Disability Resources for Colorado)

The Information and Assistance (I&A) Program provides a single point of entry into the aging network and offers convenient access to information on services and benefits for older persons, their families and caregivers.

The ADRC program empowers individuals to effectively navigate their health and other long-term services and support options. Assistance through ADRC is meant to streamline access to long-term care information and services.

Eligibility: Weld County adults 60 years of age and older, adults 18 with a need for long-term services and supports (LTSS), their caregivers and veterans of any age.

For more information regarding the Information & Assistance Program (ADRC) please call:  (970) 400-6952 or email

ADRC Program Brochure(PDF, 1MB)


The Ombudsman protects the human and Civil Rights of individuals residing in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Ombudsman acts as advocate, mediator, link to community resources, and objective investigator of complaints. Residents, friends and relatives of residents, facility staff members, and the community at large can utilize Ombudsman services.

For more information, please call (970) 400-6128.

Long-Term Care Ombudsman Brochure(PDF, 3MB)

In honor of October 2022 being proclaimed Long-Term Care Residents Rights Month, the Weld and Larimer County Ombudsman Programs hosted their second annual Art Show, where residents in long-term care facilities can submit their art work. View the 2022 submissions below! 


Professional care managers provide functional assessments and coordinate services for low-income clients of all ages who are in need of long-term care assistance through publicly funded programs. Care managers determine plan of care, provide follow-up monitoring and link clients and family to community resources.

For more information, please call (970) 400-6950.

Options for Long-Term Care Brochure(PDF, 1MB)


Please visit the Weld Aging Well page for more information.