1 1 Updated 1/6/2010 Emergencies 911 Area code 970 Poison Control (24 hrs) Colorado Road Conditions (877) City of
2 2 Abuse....4 Adolescent....9 Adult Protection.12 Anger Management Anxiety / Panic / OCD/Stress 13 Asian Resources Assisted Living Basic Needs (food, clothing, utilities, rent, dental, glasses, etc.) Brain Injury Child Protection 29 Children.. 29 County Attorney.33 Crisis Lines. 34 Departments of Social Services..35 Dietician / Nutrition...41 Disabilities (Developmental & Learning) Head Injury, & Special Needs...42 Disaster Assistance.50 Eating Disorders. 51 Education Employment Financial Gay/Lesbian Resources & Gender Identity issues Government info 69 Grief Services...70 Group Homes. 72 HIPPA 73 Hispanic Resources 74 Home Health Care..74 Hospitals Medical..77 Psychiatric.82 Housing: Emergency Shelters General Housing.. 93 Home Improvements...95 Low income housing Income Tax Assistance...97 Insurance: What if you don t have it?. 98 Insurance Companies Immigration Jails Legal Long Term Care 120 & 121 Medicaid Medical Assistance Medicare Men s Resources Mental Health Centers Mentoring
3 3 Mountain Crest Native American Resources Nicotine Dependence NE Beh Health Care Coordinators.147 Nursing Homes,,,, Oxygen.154 Pain Parental Consent Ages.160 Parenting / Family Support.161 Pet Care 167 Police / Sheriff..167 Pregnancy / Childbirth.168 Prescription Assistance 169 Probation/Parole Psychiatrists Respite Care Resources RTC Adolescents.190 RTC Adults..199 Schools / Colleges Senior Services / Geriatric 213 Sex Offender/ felone Resources Single Parent Families Social Security Substance Abuse/Addictions 238 Suicide.252 Support Groups 252 (also see Substance Abuse,Grief, Suicide, Parenting) Tax ID..268 Therapists: Addiction Berthoud Christian Therapists. 269 Christian Psychiatrists DBT Denver Therapists. 273 Estes Park Fort Collins Geriatric Therapists Geriatric Psychiatrist GLBT friendly Therapists.302 Greeley Greeley Psychiatrists. 311 Homeless Therapists. 312 Jewish Therapists Longmont Longmont Psychiatrists Loveland Mormon Therapists Red Feather Spanish Speaking Spiritual Counseling Trauma Windsor Windsor Psychiatrist Wyoming: Cheyenne Wyoming: Laramie Transportation Veterans Women
4 4 Abuse Adult Protective Services Gary Thurman Program Manager Case Workers Pat Petralgia EmilyHeindel Trisha Sims Matt Clough Mary Lou Evans Lori Metz Deidre Peters-Muleski fax ( his home if there is an emergency) (PAGER: only in emergency) Midpoint, Suite Adult Protective Services Adams County Adult Protective Services Boulder County Adult Protective Services Weld County x-6230 Alternatives to Violence (24/7) fax 313 East 4 th St Loveland ARRP Elderwatch (elder fraud assistance) (option 2) CASA Court Appointed LaPorte Ave Adult Protective Services responds to reports of the mistreatment or neglect of at-risk adults who are, due to age or disability, unable to advocate for themselves. Services include risk assessment, crisis resolution, individual and family counseling around protective issues, referral to and coordination with service providers, financial management, guardianships and conservatorships, placement and care coordination. Reports may be made to Adult Services Intake at during business hours. After hour s emergency, call local law enforcement. Investigation will begin within 3 days of being reported to Adult Protective Services. The identities of reporters are kept confidential Groups for: sexual assault & domestic violence, incest survivors, angry teens, skills-focused discussion groups for adolescents (13-18), children s activities & support groups Web page: Open 8am-4:30pm M-F Jennifer Koenig. Child & Adolescent Counselor
5 5 Special Advocate Suite Child Abuse Hotline Crossroads Safehouse CSU Victims Assistance Team Estes Valley Victim Advocates Larimer Co. Rape Crisis/Sexual Violence Hotline Child Abuse Reporting hotline safehouse fax toll free hotline PO Box 993 Abused women s shelter hr crisis intervention services: domestic violence, sexual assault, crimes, accidents. Emergency Shelter, counseling, agency referrals Fax: Department of Human Services 1525 Blue Spruce Dr Fort Collins, CO & Larimer County Child Abuse Reporting Loveland / Berthoud 24 hrs Child abuse reporting to the police if you are not able to contact DHS (FC) (LV) (Sheriff) ((Grly) , x-4 And ask for the Weld County Case Manager)) Open 24/7 to report child abuse. Call police if no answer. NOTE: The information reported to DHS is confidential. The decision to inform a parent/guardian of any reporting is solely a clinical decision to be made by the treatment team. However, patients do have a right under HIPPA to receive an accounting of who received any private healthcare information, but not what was sent. Call Police non-emergency number if you can t contact DHS
6 6 Child Abuse Reporting (DHS) in other counties (ES/PK) Adams Co Arapahoe Boulder Broomfield Clear Creek Denver Douglas Gilpin Grand Jackson Jefferson Weld Albany, WY Carbon, WY Larimie,WY Child Safe (fax) Robertson St Fort Collins Crisis Intervention Larimer County After hours Crossroads Safehouse hrs PO Box 993 (Domestic violence) fax Fort Collins CSU Victims Assistance Team DART (Domestic Abuse Response Team) Larimer Co hr line outside Larimer County & for pay phones Child abuse & family incest intervention Child & Adolescent Victim s groups Adult Victim s groups Groups for abuse victim s families, Parents of Adolescent perpetrator s groups Adult survivors groups Spanish / English Safe house for victims of domestic violence, individual counseling, groups Part of Crossroads Safehouse Abuse Response Team Safe House Legal advocacy Youth outpatient program
7 7 Domestic violence hotline Estes Park Victim a-5p Assistance hr line fax TDD/TTY line HEART Crossroads Safehouse, Inc Emergency fax The Hub (24/7) fax LC Domestic Abuse Intervention LCMH Angela- Hub director Kelly Hub manager (FC) (LV) (EP) 851 Dry Gulch Estes Park Midpoint Dr, Suite F Serves Estes Park, Pinewood Springs, Glen Haven, Rocky Mountain National Park, Drake Crisis intervention for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, other crimes, & trauma Education & Support Group for battered women, 12 step program focussing on women and her beliefs and behaviors that support violence in her life. Serves adolescents ages 10-18, delinquent youth, nondetainable youth offenders, mental health emergencies, drug/alcohol abuse, youth beyond control of their parents, parent/child conflicts, and runaways. Services include detention screening, family & child assessment for at-risk youth, early intervention, and referral to community services. Mediation Detention Screening Individual & family counseling Emergency family interventions Family Resource Program Mental Health Assessments Takes child abuse reports 24/7 Adolescent Response Team: intervention 24/7 for families experiencing children out of control, parent/child conflict, or runaway issues. FREE mediation/counseling services to families Office hrs 8am-10pm, Mon-Fri Phone response 24/7
8 8 Long Term Care Ombudsman Moving to End Sexual Assault (MESA) hotline National Child Abuse Hotline Open Door Mission Jefferson Rape Crisis/Sexual Violence Hotline SAVA Sexual Assault hr line Center 315 W. Oak Fort Collins Women s Safe Houses 1. A Women s Place, Greeley 2. Boulder Safe Project 3. Denver Area Safe House 4. Longmont Safe House 5. Brandon Center, Denver Ombudsman act as an advocate for individuals living in assisted living & nursing homes. Report abuse of seniors or adults in nursing homes or assisted living. 24 hr Rape crisis line (English & Spanis) Medial support, legal support, counseling, support groups, emotional support Sexual Assault Victim Advocates, rape crisis hotline, emergency intervention, supportive services 24 hr hotline - Free Support Groups Counseling & emergency shelter for women & their families
9 9 6. Aurora Gateway 7. Women in Crisis, Arvada 8. Alternatives, Commerce City WINGS Adult Incest Survivors Support Group Peer support groups Adolescent The Center Remington Divorce Support Stepping Stones for Kids Arlene Randy At risk adolescents & families. Life skills, anger management, & drug & alcohol classes. Case management and support resources for families coping with challenges associated with adolescents & out-of control teens. Parent education & support group. Teen Groups: 1. Addiction, Abuse Diversion Classes 2. Expressions, Girls Life Skills 3. LAC, Boy s Life Skills 4. ABC s Coed Anger Management 5. Social skills Cost of classes is adjusted by a referral process. Open referral is $50 for seven weeks. Justice Referral is $75 or $85 depending on criteria. Cost $35 deposit & $35 per session, some insurance applicable For kids of Larimer County Psycho-educational therapy groups for kids dealing with divorce or loss of a parent. Ten week, 15 hr-long seminars for children grades Class includes parent education session & parenting materials weekly.
10 10 The Family Center La Familia fax Hospice of Larimer Co hr answering service fax The Hub (24/7) fax Angela- Hub director Kelly Hub manager 400 B North College Colland Dr Fort Collins Midpoint Dr, Suite F Jacob Family Services Remington Fort Collins PACK, Parents & Community for Kids Estes Valley Youth Center 380 Community Dr Estes Park Partners of Estes Brodie Ave Suite 28 Parenting classes, education, childcare center, father s support group, mentoring, Youth & Teen Connections (M- TH 3p-5p), home-based education for parents & infants, School support, family advocacy, bilingual services Teen Grief Connection: Support Group, registration required Serves adolescents ages 10-18, delinquent youth, nondetainable youth offenders, mental health emergencies, drug/alcohol abuse, youth beyond control of their parents, parent/child conflicts, and runaways. Services include detention screening, family & child assessment for at-risk youth, early intervention, and referral to community services. Mediation Detention Screening Individual & family counseling Emergency family interventions Family Resource Program Mental Health Assessments Takes child abuse reports 24/7 Adolescent Response Team: intervention 24/7 for families experiencing children out of control, parent/child conflict, or runaway issues. FREE mediation/counseling services to families Office hrs 8am-10pm, Mon-Fri Phone response 24/7 Drug awareness, education & parent support. Alternative, drug-free activities & social events for middle & high school youth. Mon Fri, 10am 6pm Mentoring program that matches youth ages 8 17 with adult mentors.
11 11 Runaway National Switchboard Teen Parent Program (FC) Estes Park alternative school Mon Fri 8am 4:30 pm Therapists who might have same day appointments for Adolescents & Children coming out of CAC (LV) Turning Point fax Loveland alternative school S. College WRAP Program Midpoint Youth in Conflict Blue Spruce 205 E. 6 th St Loveland Adult Protection (for other counties, check the heading LCMH Carol Hurley-Turk Elizabeth Terrell-Phillips Lisa Kurth David Cantrell Tom Linnell Michael Griffith Richard Lowenger (for Spanish Speaking clients, he is in Loveland) Mental Health Connections (has Spanish Speaking staff) M-F, 8a-5p Residential, day treatment, family services for adolescents (AGES 12-18) with behavior problems, legal, & substance abuse concerns. Adolescents mainly referred by DSS ( ). Family approaches to helping families solve problems. Focuses on strengths.
12 12 Adult Protective Services Gary Thurman Program Manager Case Workers Pat Petralgia... EmilyHeindel Trisha Sims Matt Clough Mary Lou Evans Lori Metz Deidre Peters-Muleski Abuse) fax ( his home if there is an emergency) (PAGER: only in emergency) Midpoint, Suite Adult Protective Services responds to reports of the mistreatment or neglect of at-risk adults who are, due to age or disability, unable to advocate for themselves. Services include risk assessment, crisis resolution, individual and family counseling around protective issues, referral to and coordination with service providers, financial management, guardianships and conservatorships, placement and care coordination. Reports may be made to Adult Services Intake at during business hours. After hour s emergency, call local law enforcement. Investigation will begin within 3 days of being reported to Adult Protective Services. The identities of reporters are kept confidential Adult abuse reporting is not mandatory in Colorado, however, it is ethical. Adult Protective Services will evaluate every case to make sure appropriate actions are taken to provide safety to at risk adults. Anger Management LCMH Loveland W. Mountain N. Garfield Loveland NRBH/CSS Greeley N 17 th Ave Greeley Leonard Medoff Affiliates in Counseling 1217 Elizabeth Wheelchair Accessible, Spanish/English, Insurance or Sliding fee scale, Adults & Adolescents 1. Alcohol & Drug Treatment - outpatient 2. DUI & DWI education & therapy 3. Mental Health Counseling 4. Domestic Violence for adults (state certified) 5. Anger Management 6. Detox inpatient for adults 7. Residential MH & Sub abuse treatment for adults Anger Management (5 men s groups & 2 women s groups) Intake costs about $25, Evaluation costs about $50, each group costs
13 13 New Perspectives (LV) 2017 W. Eisenhower Blvd. Loveland about $20-$25 per group. Cost is on a sliding scale. Drug & Alcohol Treatment & monitoring Anger management groups ($25 each) can join any time Marriage, family, individual, & child counseling Stress Management Family Counseling Center Anxiety Panic OCD / Stress Alpine Behavioral Clinic S. Lemay Anxiety Disorder Assoc of America Anxiety Information Colorado OCD Assoc. COCA JJ s Place Mental Health Center of Boulder 1333 Iris Ave Boulder, CO Lisa Kurth, MS, LPC Adults, Children, Couples Specialize in children & anxiety No Medicare Self-pay and client can submit bill to insurance. Info about anxiety Obsessive Compulsive Foundation State Street New Haven, CT OCD Therapist, 1. Colleen Sterry PO Box Childhood OCD Project online support for kids & families, costs $10 per year
14 Poulin, Elaine, PhD S College Ave Suite 8 Fort Collins Steam Boat Springs Ira H. Dubinsky, PhD 100 Park Ave Steamboat Springs, CO individual & support groups Psychologist (practice near CSU) NEW: Taking Referrals Depression & Bipolar, Eating Disorders, Chronic Health Issues, BPD, Anxiety, Relationships, Stress, Self-injury Adults & Adolescents Intensive Treatment Program for children, adolescents, adults OCD spectrum disorders, trichotillomania Sliding scale / ERP / CBT Stress Management Center For adults, couples, adolescents, children, & families. Dr. Patricia Tahan: Chronic pain, Eating d/o s, Weight management, Sleep d/o problems, Anxiety, PTSD, Mood disorder. Dr. Debra Bjork: childhood Sexual abuse; Depression; Anxiety d/o; Stress d/o due to medical problems, work, & relationship: Trauma recovery; Eating disorders; couples therapy; women s issues. The Anxiety Panic Internet Resource (TAPIR) Dr. Victoria Peters: Anxiety d/o, mood d/o, trauma, grief resources for those with anxiety disorders. Panic attacks, phobias, extreme shyness, obsessive-compulsive behaviors, and generalized anxiety disrupt the lives of an estimated 15% of the population. TAPIR is a free grass-roots website dedicated to providing information, relief, and support for those recovering from debilitating anxiety. Asian Resources fax Asian Pacific Development Center 1825 York Street Denver, CO APDC.org Interpretors, mental health, youth programs
15 15 Chinese resources Fax Asian / Pacific American Services 212 Lory Student Center, CSU Assisted Living ( ) (DHS) (Michelle Hunter or Pheobe helps with assisted living placements & medication applications) 1. Apple Leaf Berthoud Has MEDICAID beds 2. Aspen House E 11 th St Loveland 3. Barlow fax same # 2320 W Prospect Rd Ft Collin Bee Hive of Windsor fax 610 Hemlock Dr Windsor Big Thompson Manor 6. Cinnamon Park Cinnamon St 7. Clare Bridge Cottage 8. **Collinwood fax & 230 N. Monroe Loveland Longmont, CO Fort Collins 5055 S Lemay Ave Takes young people Free-standing, Alzheimer s and dementia-specific facility. 40 residents NEW 8 private and shared beds private pay (NOT Medicaid) about $2600 per month 12 beds private pay (NOT Medicaid) MEDICAID Serves clients with Mental Illness, Physical disabilities, DD, ( 24 hr staff, medication managememt) 30 private and shared beds PETS MEDICAID Dave in admissions
16 16 9. Court Yard of Loveland fax 605 California Ave Loveland HAS AN OLDER MILLIEU Bethesda Adult Communities Costs: about $2000/mo shared room & $2800 single 40 beds MEDICAID About $3000 per month 10. DHS Michelle Hunter or Phoebe will help with assisted living placements & Medicaid applicants 11. Eagles Nest Fort Collins Private Pay 12. Eden Valley fax 13. Estes Park Good Samaritan Villg 14. Good Samaritan Villg 15. Garden Square at Spring Creek fax fax fax 6263 N Co Rd 29 Loveland Ptarmigan Tr Estes Park W Trilby Rd E Stuart St Garden Square Greeley 17. Governor s Farm th St Apts Windsor 18. *Heritage Haus th St SE Loveland Cost range from $2400 per month to $5100 per month 16 private beds private pay (Not Medicaid) about $1600 per month 24 private beds private pay ( & MEDICAID (monthly rate $3300) Pets 27 private beds Private Pay (a few MEDICAID beds) Costs about $116 per day or about $3600 per month with a $500 admit fee 62 private & shared rooms 4 MEDICAID beds Kim Private pay is $2600 per month Greeley Medicaid & private pay Serves people with mental illness, DD, and physical disabilities
17 fax same # 19. Joneses, The fax 20. Lakeview Commons fax 21. Loveland Good Samaritan Villg fax 22. Loveland House Meadow Lark fax 24. Merrill Gardens at Loveland fax 25. New Mercer Commons fax 26. *Primrose Place fax same # 2127 Eagle DR Loveland W 29 th St Loveland S Garfield Loveland Eagle Dr Loveland Catalpa Pl Shupe Circle Loveland Centre Ave E. 1 st St Loveland Ptarmigan Run Ptarmigan Run 28. *Residence at Oakridge fax 4750 Wheaton Dr private & shared beds MEDICAID ((monthly rate $ $2500) HAS A YOUNGER MULLIEU Administrator: Becky Seville Cost about $2109 per month 8 beds MEDICAID 50 private beds 15 MEDICAID Costs about $3025 per month 57 private and shared beds Private Pay (NOT Medicaid) Rooms cost between $ per month 8 private & shared beds MEDICAID 8 private & shared beds Private pay (Not Medicaid) Cost shared room about $2200 per month Cost for private room about $3200 pr month 73 beds Private Pay (NOT Medicaid) Pets 95 private & shared beds Private pay (NOT Medicaid) Serves people with mental illness, DD, & physical disabilities 20 private & shared beds 18 MEDICAID Administrator: Valarie Boyce Serves people with mental illness, DD, & physical disabilities 17
18 Shamrock Manor fax 30. Sterling House at the Orchards 2914 W. Prospect Rd Fort Collins Shupe Circle Loveland, CO Sterling House of Ft Collins 32. Sterling House of Loveland 33. Sterling House of Greeley 34. Sterling House of Brighton 35. Terry Lake Woodridge Rd, CO No Medicaid 65 private & shared beds MEDICAID Administrator: Claudia Hart Private pay, private room is about $ per month 8 private beds Private Pay (NOT Medicaid) Cost $ per month 2 employes on 24/7 73 Private beds (NOT Medicaid) Has larger rooms Cost $2400-$3125 per month Loveland No Medicaid Must be over Greeley 5 MEDICAID BEDS Brighton MEDICAID 36. Trail Ridge Apts Community Dr 37. Wellington fax 38. Wellington Senior Housing Estes Park th St, PO Box 173 Wellington Wellington, CO 8 private & shared beds (NOT Medicaid) 10 beds MEDICAID Kathy: admissions (cell )
19 Basic Needs Alpha Center hr free 921 E. Prospect Free Pregnancy tests & counseling Clothing & equipment for infants hotline American Red Cross Saturn Dr Disaster victims only 24 hr access A.V. Hunter Trust help with Medical equipment, Birthright (FC) 24 hr hotline Emergency pregnancy service. Free testing Baby clothes (LV) Catholic Charities Shelter 460 Linden Cntr Dr Emergency assistance: Food, Utilities, maybe Northern main # Prescriptions fax M,W, F 1-4pm Loveland Christ Center Outreach Proof of residency,must show 3 forms of ID: SSN, driver s license, rental receipt, etc. M-Th 8:30-11am Serves individuals and families who are in need of clothes and household goods, as well as food baskets. Medical equipment, including crutches, wheelchairs, walkers. These items are given out to eligible individuals and are restricted to once every other month, depending on the situation. Donations are welcome. The Center also has a workroom with quilting frames and sewing machines for a variety of service projects. For example, the Center's volunteers make baby layettes for Poudre Valley Hospital, put together toiletry kits for Crossroads Safehouse and kits for migrant workers and their families COLT Loveland Only Grocery Shopping Assistance Colorado Dentistry for the Denver For people with permanent disability or over 65
20 20 Handicap (CDFH) Colorado residential discount program Colorado Resident Discount Program (CICP) PVH Comfort Dental Low Cost Dental Community Kitchen th & Jefferson Loveland Food Meals: Mon Fri, 11:30-12:30 Crossroads Ministry of Estes Park Curtis Trust Fund Disabled Resources Tom Atkinson Fax (FC) (LV) Donated Dental Services Dry Gulch Rd Estes Park & Estes Valley Wells Fargo Bank 401 S. College Fort Collins Clothing & household goods, Spanish speaking available Temporary emergency help with food, medical needs, Clothing, rent, short-term lodging, utilities, transportation, Mon & Fri 10am 4pm Tues & Thur 10am 2pm & 4pm 7pm Wed 10am 1pm Fund provides assistance in paying for special needs medical orthodontics and general dental care for children 18 and under. May pay for bills already incurred but not under collection. Not for long-term care. Families can apply directly for assistance. Committee reviews applications quarterly, February, May, August, and November. help with Medical supplies & equipment, *Good Agency open Mon Fri: 8:30-12 & 1-4:30 Dental Assistance. Matches needy people with local dentists willing to do extensive restorative care like crowns and dentures fro free. Must have low incomes and be permanently disabled or elderly.
21 21 Elizabeth Guild Thrift Shop Ensight Skills Center Vision Rehab Estes Park Clothing & Kitchenware Tues-Sat 10am-3:30pm in the winter Mon Sat 10am-3:30pm in the summer S. College #108 Lions Club facility for low vision skills training Tues Fri 10-5, Sat 10-2 Provides people with low vision opportunity to enhance their life skills, independence, and self-confidence through adaptive technology & training. Estes Park Senior Estes Park Senior Center Congregate Meals Estes Valley Investment in Childhood Success Eye Care America Family Caregiver Support Program Sponsored by Larimer County Office on Aging help with Medical supplies & equipment, Family Dental Clinic Bristlecone Dr. 1 yr waiting list Free STD test & treatment 8-5 M-F First Christian Church Outreach Center help with Medical supplies & equipment, Food, Clothing & household goods, furniture, food baskets Mon Thur 8:30-11:30am Food, Meals: 1: starting Nov 2, Catholic Charities at 460 Linden, will have lunch during the winter and a Day Center 2: Murphy Center might have lunches: 242 Conifer st, near the Food Bank 3. Both Catholic Mission and the Mission Homeless Shelter s serve meals for people who stay there. Food Bank for Larimer Food Bank Food: Brown Bag Program, Commodity
22 22 County 1301 Blue Spruce Food Bank 245 S. Madison Loveland Crossroads Ministries 851 Dry Gulch Rd Estes Park Supplemental Food Program, Emergency Food Assistance Program (bring photo ID, proof of residency, proof of income) For low income families (monthly income $1476 for 1 plus $503 per each extra person) in & Loveland(Tue - Sat: 9am-2pm) Food Stamps Foundation on Aging Lions Club Loveland Estes Park Nancy Driskill Mary Schultz (FC) (LV) (EP) Mtg: Plymouth Congregational Church 916 West Prospect Fort Collins Estes Park (M&F: 10am-4pm) (T&TH: 10am-2pm & 4pm-7pm) (W 10am-1pm) Larimer County Human Services Food stamps BY AGENCY REFERRAL ONLY. Provides specific grants for elderly persons whose needs are not being met. Grants are made for such things as dental care, eyeglasses, limited prescriptions, adult day care, respite care, in home help, transportation, handicapped equipment and modifications, and home repairs. We also provide carbon monoxide detectors to elderly persons who apply and meet guidelines, on a pay as you can basis. Eyeglass program Friends of Man Medical supplies & equipment, hearing resources, Clothing & food Goodwill Industries Guide Dogs for the Blind California Free: they train the dogs, pay for 30 day training of person who is blind, pay for vet bills. GREAT
23 23 Health District Dental Clinic & Prescription Assistance PROGRAM Prescription Assistance: 120 Bristlecone Dr Dental Clinic: 202 Bristlecone Dr Hearing Aid Bank Hearing resources Hearing Aid Bank (LV) help with Medical supplies & equipment, hearing resources Hearing Helpline Hearing & Balance Clinic Dr Bransmith 2121 E. Harmony Suite 350 Hearing resources Mon Fri, 8am-4:30pm Hearing Helpline Hearing resources Hear Now help with Medical supplies & equipment, House of Neighborly Service Loveland Serves residents of Loveland & Berthoud only. M,T, Th 9-noon & 1-4: W, 10-noon & 1-4 Assistance with food, clothing, prescriptions, utilities, emergency housing, transportation, medial assistance, back to school program, & step-up housing. Must bring in ID, SS card, & proof of income King Soopers Grocery Shopping Assistance Kirk Eye Center E. 15 th St Eye exams, surgery Loveland LEAP (FC) FAX (EP) Larimer Co. Dept of Health/Dental Low income Energy Assistance Program Nov 1 April 30 Needs to apply by the end of April for next year. Individuals must make less than $1435 per month ($1926 for a couple in 2005)