Since 1978, Seniors Resource Center has been supporting our community’s older adults. Our organization started under the Jefferson County Department of Social Services as a small department that handled inquiries about senior services and volunteer opportunities. When it became clear that our community needed an agency dedicated to serving older adults, Seniors Resource Center was formed. Today, we provide a wide variety of services to thousands of people in the Denver metro each year.


Jefferson County Department of Social Services formed a small department to answer questions about senior services.


Seniors Resource Center was incorporated to better serve the needs of our community’s older adults.


The DayBreak Adult Day program (now our Adult Day Program) is added to care for older adults outside the home.


The Colorado Legislature honors Seniors Resource Center for outstanding public service.


Minor Home Repair and In Home Care services are added.


The National Council on Aging names Seniors Resource Center as a best practice organization for innovative programs and collaborations.


Ground is broken for the new 17,000-square-foot Adult Day Center in Wheat Ridge.


Seniors Resource Center adds Chores services, providing deep cleaning and clutter removal for older adults.


Seniors Resource Center receives an award for Excellence in Not-for-Profit Leadership from LeadingAge.


In partnership with Lutheran Medical Center, Seniors Resource Center launches the Perfect Homecoming program, which provides hospital patients with home support after discharge.


In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Seniors Resource Center safely continues their in-home services for seniors sheltering at home, launched Adult Day Without Walls programming, and created an Emergency Food and Supplies program helping older adults and their caregivers across the community combat food insecurity, isolation, and caregiver burnout.


Seniors Resource Center safely re-opens its Adult Day Program, welcoming guests after refurbishing the building with new paint, flooring, lighting and fixtures, and furniture to help participants to feel welcome and excited to rejoin onsite services.


Seniors Resource Center unveils an updated brand identity representing three core pillars of SRC’s work of willingness to be with community members through every stage of their lives:

1. Centralized location for a variety of aging services

2. Work guided by care and compassion

3. Stable presence in the community upon which people can rely.