Colorado Springs has been an officially-designated Age Friendly City since 2016. The city is committed to seniors related problems and helps raise awareness and advocacy for the older population through the Age Friendly Colorado Springs Action Plan. These organizations in Colorado Springs are resources for seniors that are looking for social and physical activities, meal deliveries, transportation and mental health clinics.
Area Agency on Aging
Program of the Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments compiling information and resources for seniors.
14 S. Chestnut St., 719-471-2096, ppacg.org/aging
Colorado Springs Senior Center (YMCA)
Physical activities, social activities (dances, card playing and more), and even worldwide trips.
1514 N. Hancock Ave., 719-955-3400, www.csseniorcenter.com
Innovations in Aging Collaborative
Creative approaches to address the challenges and opportunities of aging.
1625 S. Murray Blvd., 719-602-3815, innovationsinaging.org
Pikes Peak Library District
Classes, trainings, book clubs, mobile library and senior socials.
15 area branches, 719-531-6333, ppld.org/seniors
Nonprofit lifelong learning opportunities for seniors.
1710 Briargate Blvd., Ste. 847, 719-633-4991, pillarinstitute.org
Senior Resource Council
Association of member businesses serving area seniors.
2210 E. La Salle St., Ste. 113, 719-260-0744, seniorresourcecouncil.org
Serving more than 7,000 local seniors with services such as meal delivery and transportation.
1625 S. Murray Blvd., 719-884-2300, silverkey.org
UCCS Aging Center
Nonprofit mental health clinic for adults 55+ and their families.
4863 N. Nevada Ave., 719-255-8002, uccs.edu