Some great resources and services which we would like to help increase awareness of:
Arvada Fire installs, changes batteries and helps residents in need with the purchase of home smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. Home risk assessments are offered to help reduce slips, trips and falls in the home. Learn more.
Arvada Fire offers residents a program to help cover the cost of paramedic emergency transportation to the hospital. If you or a relative have a high risk of illness or falls, consider signing up for this program. As of Oct. 1, Arvada Fire is offering a 75 percent discount through the end of 2020. Learn more.
For residents of the Arvada Fire Protection District: the Nymbl Balance Training App is recommended for pro-active people who wish to improve their balance.
University of Colorado Denver has a site where people list disablity related technology. Many items are free! Learn more.
SeniorsMobility provides useful information to seniors on how they can stay active, fit, and healthy. They provide resources such as exercises for seniors, where to get mobility aids, assistive technology funding, product reviews, and more. Learn more
New to car seats or just want to make sure you have the right car seat and have installed and use it correctly? Arvada Fire has you covered: stop by an Arvada Fire station anytime: a child passenger safety technician can answer your questions, and demonstrate and explain everything needed to keep infants and children safe. Learn more.
The City of Arvada offers lower-income homeowners assistance with accessibility modifications and home improvements. Learn more.
Community Table strives to improve the quality of life for hungry Arvada-area families and children. Learn more.
Community Table has partnered with the Red Rocks Community College Physician Assistant program to provide free basic medical care for uninsured adults. Learn more.