This is the nation's oldest program to help low-income, unemployed individuals aged 55+ find work. It is administered by the U.S. Department of Labor in conjunction with the AARP Foundation. This site has a list of SCSEP locations by state.
Transportation service for those living in Eastern El Paso County is available Tuesday, Thursday, and every other Monday. To qualify you must be age 60 and over, or conﬁned to a wheelchair.
The Colorado Springs Senior Center is a place for aging adults 55 and up to stay active, participate in a wide range of diverse activities, enjoy a good meal and connect with their community.
The Area Agency on Aging offers an wide variety of services for older adults (60 and over) and their caretakers. Our primary goal is to help older people live independently in their own homes.
719-471-2096 Senior Information and Assistance
719-886-7526 Family Caregiver Support
Silver Key’s Case Management team assists seniors and their families as they navigate the aging process which can include emergency assistance for rent and utilities. Silver key also offers a number of food services ranging from an emergency pantry, to lunches, to Meals on Wheels.
The Salvation Army Silvercrest Senior Residences provide low-income, subsidized housing for seniors 62 years and older, and people with disabilities. The residences provide one-bedroom and studio apartments to individuals who qualify through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Section 8-202 programs.