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Hi, I am Nancy Fenimore, your local Publisher of the Seniors Blue Book. For nearly 40 years the Seniors Blue Book has been the trusted source for all things Senior. Whether you are a Senior, a Caregiver, or a senior care provider looking to connect with Seniors and other local professionals, you have found the right place. If you are searching for resources, looking to promote your business, or simply want to know about senior activities in the Denver Metro area, the Seniors Blue Book website is your ‘go-to’ source for everything related to Aging Well and caring for your older loved ones!  Contact Us directly for any questions you may have. Enjoy! 

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Apr 03, 2025 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM

32nd Annual National Case Management and Transitions of Care Conference

Join your case management and transitions of care peers at the ACMA 2025 National Conference - the premier case management and transitions of care event of the year! Network, exchange ideas, and engage with nurses, social workers, physicians, health plan and other health care professionals as you discover the latest innovations and best practices to improve patient care outcomes. This event will bring experiences, networking, education and inspiration together to foster personal and career growth.

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Nov 12, 2024 09:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Senior Seller and Downsizing Seminar - 11/12

Please RSVP at least one week prior to the event by scanning the QR code on the flyer or call 970-518-7019.

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Nov 12, 2024 09:00 AM - 11:00 AM

November Senior Seller and Downsizing Seminar

PLEASE RSVP AT LEAST ONE WEEK PRIOR: By scanning the QR code on the flyer, Call: 970.518.701 or Email: TheJennyHartTeam@gmail.com

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Aug 05, 2024 09:30 AM - 10:30 AM

More on Genealogy Tools Available

oin Adams County Genealogy in June as they give us a beginners guide to searching family members. In August, learn about the various tools available to aid you in research.  Call 720-977-5777 to register.

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Dignity Hospice of Colorado

Hospice 400 East 84th Avenue, Thornton, Colorado, 80229

Dignity Hospice of Colorado has had the honor of providing end of life care to patients and their families since 2006. Our mission is to provide exceptional care to our patients, their families, medical professionals, referring partners and our employees. It is an honor to provide our services in an environment which fosters dignity, love and respect for everyone. Hospice affirms the belief that it is important to make every moment of life as fulfilling and meaningful as possible, from the first days of a life-limiting illness to the last; it is a special way of caring for people who are in the final stages of life. Dignity recognizes that a terminal illness can be an emotional and frightening experience for everyone involved. For this reason, we utilize an entire team to provide comfort and assistance to you and your loved ones. Dignity Hospice's dedicated and experienced staff share common values, vision, and purpose for each patient we have the honor of serving. Preparation, education, and support with Dignitys care team helps bring peace of mind during this difficult time. We strive to be exceptional partners in care with a focus on an individuals unique needs

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Assisted Living Locators - Ed & Jennifer Wagner

Housing Placement & Resource Specialists 10552 Stable Lane, Littleton, Colorado, 80125

Assisted Living Locators is a No-Cost Referral Service offering FREE Assisted and Independent Living Help! Our professional Eldercare Advisors provide personal assistance in locating the right options for your elderly loved one. We arrange searches for the following services & facilities: In-Home Companion Care, Independent Retirement Communities, Senior Apartments, Alzheimer's & Dementia Care, Personal Care Homes, Assisted Living Homes & Centers, Adult Day Care, and Respite. We are recommended by More Physicians than any other agency. In addition, we provide Personalized Touring as well as an Extensive Online Photo Library. Don't Start Your Search Without Calling Us First.

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Elevation Health & Rehab - Beecan

Skilled Nursing 3636 S Pearl St, Englewood, Colorado, 80113

Located in the heart of Englewood, CO, our state of the art facility is equipped with all of the comforts of home, and our warm and knowledgeable staff are always available and attentive to all our residents needs. Being around the corner from Swedish Medical Center gives our residents and families added peace of mind. With cutting-edge medical equipment, a brand new therapy gym and a full medical staff on call, your loved one will receive the best of care, both physical and emotional, at Elevation.At Elevation, well take excellent care of you get you back on your feet. Our attending physicians and registered nurses create individualized treatment plans for each resident and provide top-quality care in our state of the art facility.No matter how long your stay, the experienced staff at Elevation is devoted to helping you recover comfortably and getting you back to your regular activities. Our facility is equipped to treat and administer therapy for various injuries and maladies, with attending physicians and registered nursing administering five-star care in all areas.

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Jaxpointe at Allison Ct Memory Care Home

Memory Care 3525 Allison Court, Wheat Ridge, Colorado, 80033

Jaxpointe is a residential assisted living home entering its 15th year of caring for individuals with memory loss including Alzheimer's, dementia, strokes, and Parkinson's. Eight residents are cared for by 2 daytime and 1 awake night caregivers providing a safe and secure environment. Incredibly affordable all-inclusive pricing, great activities, outings, fun and so much love...

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8 – Ways to Pay for Assisted Living in Denver Colorado

8 Ways to Pay for Assisted Living in Denver ColoradoFiguring out how to pay for assisted living can be terrible, but its also unavoidable. A little preparation can go a long way. If you arent prepared to pay out of pocket, then you should probably reach out to our team of local experts who can help you explore in more detail the ways you can pay for Assisted Living.Eight Ways to Pay for Assisted living in DenverAt Stacy's Helping Hand, Inc we advise families with the following eight ways to cover the costs of assisted living in Denver:1.Plan Ahead and BudgetWhile this seems smart, most people do not put the money aside. Life can be hectic and unexpected. For those who are planning on the unexpected well ahead of time might also consider2.Long Term Care Insurance (LTCI)Long term care insurance is for the lucky few people whove prepared and put the money aside for the specific purpose of needing it for long term care in the future. While this is a great benefit to have built-in to your plans, the benefits vary dramatically from one plan to another. Payouts range from $50 to $300 a day and are contingent on meeting certain diagnoses. LCTI may not be an option due to policy requirements, but many people have another form of insurance that can be useful.3.Your Existing Life Insurance PolicyMany life insurance policies allow you to cash-in for accelerated benefits that you can use while you are still alive. Even for plans that dont have this option, you can transfer the plan to another policyholder that will offer cash out option. Your life insurance is like a deferred Annuity that you created a long time ago and forgot about, but if you didnt get life insurance when you were young, you can still get an4.Immediate AnnuityAnnuities can be pretty tricky business. You shouldnt consider one unless you are using the guidance of a financial advisor who is looking out for your best interests. In the case that an annuity isnt an option, many people can still5.Sell, Rent or Reverse Mortgage a HomeMany middle class Americans dont have much retirement savings to speak of, but they do own homes. Home ownership has been an especially valuable source of retirement savings for seniors in the Denver Metro area. As a result of appreciating home values and rising rent, seniors can sell, rent or reverse mortgage their homes to help pay for assisted living. If the need for money is more immediate and assets havent sold yet, people can get a6.Bridge LoanFor those who need cash now, but need time for their valuable assets to sell, such as their home, a bridge loan can help seniors pay for Assisted Living Facilities to fill the gap between when they need cash and when they have cash from their sale. For those who dont have as much cash or income, there are still options such as7.SSI/Medicaid/InnovAgeMedicare and regular Medicaid doesnt cover long term care such as Assisted Living, but if you dont have savings or assets, you can apply for a Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) waiver through Medicaid. In the Denver area, there is an organization that can help people who need Colorado-specific Medicaid through the government-backed non-profit InnovAge. You apply for Medicaid through the InnovAge program, and they handle your case. For more complicated cases or if you want someone to hold your hand through the process, a Medicaid specialist such as a local Colorado company, Helping Hands Consulting is a good idea.The typical Medicaid payout is $700/month but assistance goes as high as $2,250/month and supplements SSI and SSDI. Medicaid wont entirely cover the cost of Assisted Living, but it can make a large dent. Only some assisted living communities will accept Medicaid, and Medicaid beds are usually limited, but either way, seeking professional help throughout the Medicaid process can alleviate the stress and ensure that all the information is provided when the application is submitted.8.VA BenefitsVeterans benefits can be used to pay for residential care in a variety of situations. One set of benefits is available to those with service-related injuries or disabilities; another set of benefits, known as Aid and Attendance, is available to any veteran or surviving spouse whos disabled and whose income is below a certain limit.Receiving Medicaid and VA Benefits can be a tricky and time-consuming process. If you reach out to us today, we can help you navigate these complex systems and find you the right Assisted Living facility for your needs in the Denver Metro area.Finding the best Assisted Living community options for seniors is our specialty. If you have a question about Assisted Living in Denver CO metro area, give us a call at the number above.

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Three Key Considerations As You Plan For Your Future

What happens when I can no longer make medical and financial decisions.If the power to make decisions is ever not your own, ensure you have nominated the right people through Powers of Attorney, making them legally responsible for acting on your behalf. Otherwise, court proceedings determine who makes decisions for you. Understanding how the process works and your rights and responsibilities is critical. Do I need an estate plan? Everyone needs proper documentation in place sharing your wishes. How do you want assets distributed? Are there special considerations, disabilities, or beneficiaries needing more support? With the right planning many of these can be addressed. Is probate avoidable? Probate is the court procedure by which assets are transferred after death to those named in a Will, or to people listed in Colorados inheritance statutes. The proceedings are public and can take 8 to 12 months or more, even in the simplest of cases.  Trust planning can help avoid probate,simplifying the process for your loved ones. Editors Note: This article was submitted by Andrew P. Stone, Esq. Andrew is the principal attorney with Stone Law, LLC and may be reached at 877-897-6591 or by email at andrew@stonelawllc.com

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Plan for Long Term Care Before You Need It

Long Term Care refers to a wide range of medical, personal and social services for individuals who are unable to provide for their own needs for an extended period of time. This need for care from others may be caused by age, accident, illness, dementia, stroke, depression or frailty.Long Term Care Planning, on the other hand, is the process of preparing for and funding long term care.Personal needs may include assistance with activities of daily living to help move about, dress, bathe, eat, maintain hygiene, toilet, or help with incidental daily living activities like household cleaning, meal preparation, shopping, paying bills, visiting the doctor, and taking medications. In other cases, long-term care may consist of providing supervision to avoid injury or wandering, companionship, or support and respite for a caregiver.How Expensive Can Long Term Care be?Long term care costs can be substantial. US median rates for nursing homes are close to $210/day, while assisted living median rates hover around $115/day. The average hourly cost of home care is $20. genworth.com/costofcareInformal Caregiving, provided by family and friends, can carry significant costs as well. These costs are almost entirely shouldered by the child(ren) of the aging parent. For more on this, see Caring for a Loved One at Home Can Be Challenging.Long Term Care Can Be the Greatest Crisis Seniors Will FaceUnfortunately, there is an abysmal lack of planning for long term care in our country. A survey, conducted by the John Hancock Insurance Company, reveals most seniors acknowledge the need for planning but very few actually make preparations for long term care. The study found over 50 percent of the respondents worry about paying for long term care but almost 70 percent of respondents said they had done little to no planning for their long term care needs.All gaining individuals, regardless of current health, should have a plan in place. Long term care can be the greatest crisis an older person faces. With the need for care, the aged lose their grasp on the three most important lifestyle concerns of the elderly.Remaining independentHaving enough moneyMaintaining good healthAll of this can disappear with the need for long term care. The costs of care can wipe out a lifetime of savings and destroy equity in a home and poor care planning can lead the elderly into serious withdrawal and sadness.Here is a brief outline of ways to create a long-term care plan:Prepare General Planning Documents and Instructions for Decision MakingThese documents and instructions might include requests pertaining to care preferences, wishes pertaining to end-of-life scenarios, wants concerning preferred medical treatments, a list of health care providers, desires for disposition of property and instructions to a potential care advocate or representative. These documents and instructions can be formalized into legal documents by an elder law attorney.Determining a Care Advocate in AdvanceA Care Advocate or Personal Care Representative will represent the interests of a loved one receiving or preparing to receive long term care. This care advocate plays an important role in making caregiving decisions, arranging funding for services, and coordinating care. This person could also be given responsibility by power of attorney or guardianship. A care advocate could be a spouse or child, a caregiver, a friend, a trusted adviser, or even a certified care manager.Planning for End-Of-LifeEnd-of-life planning can include preplanning a funeral and burial, preplanning final arrangements, expressing wishes for a place to die, and giving information and instructions for advanced planning documents. We recommend using a Funeral Pre-Planning Advisor to assist in these matters.Preparing Legal Documents and End-Of-Life ArrangementsThese items might include estate planning documents, advanced directives, wills, trusts, and various powers of attorney. We recommend using an elder-law attorney or an estate planner to assist in these matters.Providing Financial Information for Future Care CostsThis planning would provide the family with a list of assets, income, a savings plan, and insurance plans. Particular funding strategies for long-term care services and asset preservation can also be discussed and planned for. This might include Medicaid or Veterans Benefits.Make Your Wishes KnownThis final step is important. No plan has meaning unless those who will be involved in making the decisions are aware of it. We encourage you to provide copies of the long term care plan to all that may be involved, even if the involvement may seem inconsequential. These directions will allow the family, caregiver and possibly the care advocate to make informed decisions based on the wishes and instructions made in the plan. This will save these individuals a great deal of time, heartache, stress and money as they implement the care plan.

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How to Make Quicker, Easier Decisions

Have you ever stood in the grocery aisle trying to decide which cereal, soup or cookie to put in your cart? Alternatively, have you felt stuck trying to choose a film to watch or purchase something online?You may be experiencing what experts call choice overload. This syndrome can hinder your decision-making skills and even provoke anxiety, feelings of helplessness and fatigue. According to an article written by Nathan Paulus, choice overload or over-choice is the unfavorable effect of having too many alternatives. (1)Research gives credence to this theory. In 2000, a study by Iyengar & Lepper presented some shoppers with six simple choices of jam and others with 24 more extravagantly displayed ones. The shoppers with only six choices were more easily able to make a decision and final purchase.Battling choice overload is something we all have to face, at least in certain areas. Fortunately, there are ways to help manage it. Consider these tips:Shopping: Write down a list of items you need and stick to your list.New product inquiries:  identify your top requirements (e.g., color, speed, availability) and limit yourself to 2 -3 brands that align with those priorities.To dos: create a manageable schedule for tasks and follow it; you can even add them to your calendar with days in between. Our past blog has more information on this topic!Bills: Depending on your income flow, automate them or pay the day they arriveAlong with these practical steps, you can improve your socio-emotional strength by:Making important decisions when you feel most restedAvoiding extreme hunger when purchasing foodGiving yourself permission to ask for help from shopkeepers or family membersHaving confidence once you make a choice, dont second guess yourselfAt Kavod Senior Life, we aim to provide balanced choices to promote a comfortable way of life. Our dining selections are varied, but simple. Our trips and activities are timed so they dont compete with each other.  Many services, clinics and health options are offered multiple days, or have providers that can work with your schedule, such as our onsite rehab, salon services, mental health counseling, and more. We have four care coordinators on staff who can help assist with resources and advice.In Assisted Living, decisions become even easier with set mealtimes and help with all activities such as bathing, grooming, laundry, medications, wellness checks and so much more. For more information about Assisted Living, contact Melanie at MKaye@KavodSeniorLife.org or check out website https://kavodseniorlife.org/our-apartments/assisted-living/.Next time you feel overwhelmed by choice overload, take a deep breath, try to remember these tips, and know you possess all the skills you need to make great decisions and move forward. Living at Kavod may help, so contact us information, a tour or a friendly face to say hello or call us for more information,303-399-1146.

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Why Choose Friends for Life

Friends for Life has been serving Seniors and Families in the Denver area for over 25 years. What are the reason for their success and how do they support the families they serve?

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Love It's What we do! - Benefit of Assured Senior Living Memory Care

Assured Senior Living provides a true home environment.  Where we aim to create a functional family unit that is warm and welcoming for residents to thrive, with activities like art therapy and karaoke. It feels like home because it is a home. Our homes are located in neighborhoods with easy access to parks and scenic views.  Our residents are surrounded by both seniors and younger people. We are conveniently located near local parks and offer beautiful views of Colorado.Our main mission is to serve our residents with love and compassion.  Love, It's What We Do! So our focus is on assisting people to stay independent through cognitive support.  We provide memory support for those with cognitive impairments such as Alzheimer's and Dementia.  Our team receives enhanced training to ensure we provide the highest level of care. Our memory care environments prioritize playfulness and fun.  We encourage our residents to have a great sense of purpose and belonging which in turn reduces their loneliness. We are blessed to have the best staff in the world.  Our team shows love and dedication to our residents every day.  Our entire team is blessed and fortunate that we can serve our residents in their home daily.  In the end we are there to help our residents navigate their days and live their best life possible! 

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CNTV Interviews The Retreat at Church Ranch

The best of the Nation on Consumer News TV.Host & Business advocate Gary Atencio.The Best of the Nation. Broadcast on ROKU 24/7Many considered.. few are chosen. We sat down with this business and discussed what it takes to be "The Best of" in this industry.

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Virtual Tour of Assisted Living Apartment

Enjoy this 3- minute virtual tour of Kavod Assisted Living in Cherry Creek. The video shows a complete view of a sample one-bedroom and studio apartment (exact footage may vary, depending on unit). 

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Leasing/Marketing Specialists

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & JOB FUNCTIONS: Partner with property leaders and community managers to implement creative marketing and advertising strategies that adhere to budgeted guidelines (including using internet advertising providers, social media, print advertising, referrals, outreach marketing, SEO, organic placement and other tactics) and appropriately select marketing techniques that fit the propertys resident profile and market conditions. Provide additional and in-depth marketing support to under-performing properties by analyzing the current traffic and leasing performance, troubleshooting and identifying factors contributing to the performance, developing and implementing aggressive marketing, advertising, pricing, and promotional campaigns, and closely reviewing and evaluating results to make further adjustments specific to each property. Provide Online Presence training to communities and other community leaders as needed. Oversee AMC social media accounts and post material on a regular basis, including new takeovers and creative social media content. Review, refine, and standardize the marketing message across all platforms. Work directly with reputation management companies to ensure they are in in compliance with AMC standards and guidelines. Conduct Web shops & phone shops of communities on an as needed basis. Identify and meet with advertising and marketing vendors, review proposed service contracts for preferred and favorable rates, recommend service providers, and monitor and manage advertising suppliers for product and customer service quality as needed. Assist with signage, logo, and rebranding as needed. Responsibilities may include working with design and production vendors on design, production, and final installation. Monitor markets for trends, forecasts, job growth, and other economic conditions which may impact occupancy and leasing effectiveness within the portfolio; recommend changes and response strategies to offset market downturns or opportunities, and provide feedback and recommendations to property management on improving struggling asset performance and maximizing revenue generation on performing assets. Create resident events/marketing ideas/team building for the President to send out to all sites each month. Complete Monthly/Weekly in-depth Corporate Marketing and Social Media Reports. Complete various other duties as assigned or as necessary.KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS (KPIs): Ensures consistency and cohesiveness across company websites and social media pages Effectively provides feedback to properties and management on how to improve marketing performance Provides complete and accurate reports in a timely mannerQUALIFICATIONS:EXPERIENCE: 1- 2 years of experience managing content and social media networks (Facebook, Instagram, etc.) Proven experience developing marketing plans and campaigns Previous experience effectively conveying information and relaying ideas to othersPHYSICAL DEMANDS & WORKING CONDITIONS:The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, speaking, dexterity, hearing and sight are essential functions. The employee is required to stand, walk, sit, climb stairs and ladders, reach with hands and arms, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds for administrative duties, and up to or over 50 pounds for maintenance, grounds, and/or housekeeping duties.COMPETENCIES (Knowledge, Skills & Abilities): Proven skills in the use of the internet for marketing and product advertising, and proficiency in navigating websites and internet communication tools such as e-mail, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, etc. Knowledge of sales and marketing principles Proficiency in the Microsoft Suite Must be self-motivated, with attention to detail A positive attitude and an ability to communicate and work well with others Ability to read and write English

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Responsible for maintaining the efficient operation and upkeep of the property in a supportive role as well as showing and leasing apartments, townhomes, or condominiums to prospective residents.ESSENTIAL DUTIES & JOB FUNCTIONS: Take responsibility for resident events, work order follow-up, and walking the property Ensure units are prepared for tours Perform leasing duties such as completing applications, collecting deposits, and assists with the renewal process Collect delinquent rents Handle resident requests and complaintsKEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS (KPIs): Customer Service courteous and efficient handling of resident and future resident requests and complaints Efficient and timely processing of all required administrative forms, reports, and related information Presentation of property buildings and groundsQUALIFICATIONS:EXPERIENCE: Previous customer service and/or sales experience Property management experience preferred.PHYSICAL DEMANDS & WORKING CONDITIONS:The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, speaking, dexterity, hearing, and sight are essential functions. The employee is required to stand, walk, sit, climb stairs and ladders, reach with hands and arms, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds for administrative duties, and up to or over 50 pounds for maintenance, grounds, and/or housekeeping duties.COMPETENCIES (Knowledge, Skills & Abilities): Knowledge of and ability to operate Microsoft office and various social media platforms Knowledge of required application information, screening processes, and policies regarding rentals Self-motivated with attention to detail and accurately maintain required logs and records A positive attitude and an ability to communicate and work well with others Ability to maintain positive relationships with internal and external contacts Strong communication skillsThe preceding statements describe the general job

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Community Relations Coordinator/Sales Focused

This is a sales focused position to aid in maintaining and improving occupancy levels and revenue in accordance with Marketing, and the company's mission. Disseminate information, answer questions, assist in the completion of required paperwork for move in into applicable areas within the community (memory care, assisted living) Support business operations in community areas by providing consultation to management in matching prospective residents with the proper level of care. Represent the community at various events and by conducting personalized visitations to referral sources and interested parties. Assist the Marketing Team in the approval process.** THIS IS A SALARY PLUS COMISSION POSITION ******** MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE IN SENIOR LIVING SALES****MUST BE FULLY VACCINATED FOR COVID***Job Type: Full-timeSalary, plus commissionBenefits:Paid time offExperience level:3 yearsSchedule:8-hour shiftWork setting:In-personAbility to commute/relocate:Arvada, CO 80004: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)Experience:Marketing: 3 years (Required)Work Location: In personIf you are interested in this position, please email Diana at DCordova@Ralstonecreekneighborhood.com

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Victim Advocate Volunteer

Not all hero's wear capes. Be a local hero and help victims of crime in your community. The Westminster Police Department is seeking applicants for Volunteer Victim Advocates. This position responds to victims of crime and personal tragedy to provide crisis intervention, support, and important information. You will be dispatched to respond to crime scenes, the police department or hospitals to provide direct services after Law Enforcement Officers have secured the scene. You will receive advocacy training and shadow a veteran advocate before working on your own. Advocates act in an on-call capacity nights and weekends and each advocate works three, 12 hour shifts. A monthly meeting for on-going training is required. If needed you may assists staff with weekday crime response. Some of the benefits include:Receive specialized training through our highly acclaimed Victim Advocate Academy.Receive full funding to apply and receive your certification through the Colorado Advocate Certification Program (CACP).The satisfaction of knowing you are helping some of the most vulnerable in society.Every shift is different, as your responsibilities change from case-to-case, and each victim will have gone through a different experience which requires varied levels of support.Qualifications:Fluency in Spanish or Hmong preferred, not required.Volunteers must be empathetic and non-judgmental. Must be able to work well with members of the community and law enforcement officers, and possess strong interpersonal skills. Must have reliable transportation, a good driving record, proof of current automobile insurance and have a cell phone available where you can be reached. Must be willing to complete a required 40 hour training, submit to a background investigation and voice stress analyzer examination. Must have ability to handle confidential material in a professional manner. Any drug use (including marijuana in various forms) within the last three years will be grounds for elimination. You must be able to stand for long periods of time, respond to scenes indoor and outdoors, and respond to crime scene within 30 minutes or less. This is a great volunteer opportunity to collaborate with Law Enforcement and for those with an interest in Criminal Justice and a desire to give back to the community.

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