The Colorado Commission on Aging will soon have 2 vacant positions (July 1, 2019) for which we are currently accepting applications. The positions available, are as follows:
- Congressional District-6 (Aurora/Littleton) Republican or Unaffiliated
- Congressional District-3 (Eastern Plains) Republican or Democrat
If you live in either of these congressional districts, are already registered with your party, and are interested in applying for membership on the Colorado Commission on Aging, begin your application.
Apply – CLICK HERE
When filling out the application, you will select “Aging, Colorado Commission on the …” from the drop down menu. Once your application has been completed and submitted it will go directly to the Governor’s Office of Boards and Commissions for review. You will receive an electronic confirmation of your application submission.
Duties of the Commission
- To conduct, and encourage others to conduct, studies of problems of the state’s older people.
- To assist government and private agencies to coordinate their efforts on behalf of the aging and aged in order that efforts are effective and non-duplicative on behalf of the state’s older people.
- To promote and aid in the establishment of local programs and services for the aging and aged for the state’s older people.
- To conduct promotional activities and programs of public education on problems of the aging.
- To review existing programs for the aging and make recommendations to the Governor and General Assembly for improvements.
- To advise and make recommendations to the Division of Aging and Adult Services on the problems of and programs for the state’s older people.
For more information on the Colorado Commission on Aging (CCOA), please visit the website:
CCOA Information – CLICK HERE
If you have any questions, contact the Governor’s Boards and Commissions Office – CLICK HERE
Article provided by:
Colorado Commission on Aging
Colorado Department of Human Services-Aging and Adult Services
1575 Sherman St. 10th Floor Denver, Colorado 80203