Adult Services

Douglas County is experiencing the nation’s most dramatic percentage of population growth in adults aged 60 and older.  According to the State Demography Office, by 2030 it is estimated that one in four residents of Douglas County will be age 60 or older – approximately 24% of the County’s population.

The Douglas County Adult Services program strives to enhance the quality of life for aging adults and persons with disabilities throughout the community.  The goals of the program are to provide countywide leadership, conduct ongoing needs assessment, and provide a means of exchanging information, networking, promoting the development of resources and services, and serving as an advocate for County residents.

Seniors Council

The Seniors’ Council promotes Living Well/Aging Well™ in Douglas County, Colorado.

The Seniors’ Council meets monthly at various locations throughout the County.  Meetings are normally held  the first Thursday of each month from 9 – 10:30 a.m.

Upcoming Meetings:

  • Thursday, February 5, 2015 – 8:45 Networking 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. Meeting
    Auburn Ridge Senior Apartments, 1101 Auburn Drive
    Castle Rock, CO 80109
    Presentation:“A Heart Healthy Lifestyle” Dr. Richard Collins, The Cooking Cardiologist
    Community Input:Needs in Douglas County – DRCOG Staff
    As DRCOG prepares for the review of proposals for services for 2015 – 2017, each county council on aging has the opportunity to share input with their Advisory Committee on Aging (ACA) representative.   A DRCOG representative will facilitate a process to identify the following: 

    • The priority of services needed in the county 
    • Existing waiting lists for services in the county
    • Services that are needed but not funded by DRCOG  
    • Anything else the council would like their ACA representative to know
  • Thursday, March 5, 2015 – 8:45 Networking 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. Meeting
    Parker Library; 10851 S. Crossroads Drive
    Parker, CO 80134
    Presentation:“No Leaf Unturned – A library Campaign” Bob Pasicznyuk, Director
    Community Input:Douglas County Schools Long Range Plan Feedback
    Every year, the Long Range Planning Committee (a community volunteer group) identifies current capital needs and future growth needs.  Student enrollment is projected to nearly double by the year 2040, with an anticipated need for 42 new elementary schools, 7 additional middle schools, and 7 additional high schools. DCSD remains one of the lowest funded school districts on the Front Range. Come to our presentation to learn more about the capital needs in DCSD and give your feedback on potential solutions.  Please join us! 
  • Thursday, April 2, 2015 – 8:45 Networking 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. Meeting
    Highlands Ranch Mansion; 9950 East Gateway Drive
    Highlands Ranch, CO 80126
    Presentation:“Building a Better Brain” Andrea Pitman, The Nectar Group
    Community Input:  DC Transit – Demand Analysis – Eugene D. Howard, MURP; Douglas County Transit Mobility Program Manager  
  • Thursday, May 7, 2015 – 8:45 Networking 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. Meeting
    Parker Senior Center, 10675 Longs Way
    Parker, CO 80134
    Presentation:“Healthy Teeth, Healthy Body” Karen Wiggins RDH, In Home Hygiene  

For more information about these meetings please contact Valerie Robson at 303-814-4374 or

Neighbor Network Douglas County
Provides a safety net for members, allowing older adults to remain active in the community while living independently in their homes.

DRCOG Network of Care
Highly interactive, single information place where consumers, community-based organizations and municipal government workers can easily access a wide variety of important information.

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Senior Services

Community Services - Board Goal

Human Services

4400 Castleton Court 
Castle Rock, CO 80109
Phone: 303.688.4825

Office Hours:

8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.


Fax Numbers:

Adult Protection

Fax: 877.285.8988

Adult Services

Fax: 877.285.8988

Child Care Assistance

Fax: 720.240.0008

Child Support Services

Fax: 303.374.2971

Child Welfare Referrals

(Foster Care, Abuse, Adult Protection)
Fax: 877.285.8988

Financial Assistance

Fax: 877.285.8988

Food Assistance

Fax: 877.285.8988

Human Services Administration

Fax: 877.285.8988

Medical Assistance

Fax: 877.285.8988