Senior & Older Adult Services
Clinicians on our Senior Services team have experience working with older adult specific concerns including chronic pain, isolation, grief and loss, dementia and other cognitive disorders, caregiving for dementia and cognitive disorders, hoarding, and end of life transitions.
Services for older adults through the Senior Services program at Jefferson Center are delivered through two teams.
- Senior Services Outpatient offers an outpatient level of care and longer-term therapy. On SSOP we provide individual and group behavioral health services. Groups include, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Face the Mourning, and an anxiety clinic. We take any payors on SSOP including Medicare and private insurance.
- Hoarding Disorder services provide treatment for older adults struggling with Hoarding disorders. We offer individual and group courses where participants will learn techniques to regain control of collections and clutter in a private and judgment-free setting. We offer several levels of support in order to deepen and broaden skills to promote long term change. Hoarding specific services are for adults age 60+ living in Jefferson, Denver, Clear Creek, Gilpin, Broomfield, Adams or Arapahoe counties through funding support from DRCOG. Learn more about hoarding here.
- Senior Reach is a nationally recognized, evidenced based program that provides community-based, short-term services meant to improve access and reduce barriers to care for individuals with mild to moderate mental health concerns. Senior Reach clients typically receive support for concerns such as grief and loss, life transitions, mild to moderate anxiety, mild to moderate depression, and hoarding disorders. More information can be found on the Senior Reach page.
The programs offer engagement in the larger breadth of Jefferson Center services to provide additional wrap around support and sustainability of quality of life. Our Senior Services Outpatient and Senior Reach programs offer in person services as well as telehealth options.
Explore blogs and other support dedicated to Seniors and Older Adults on our Resources page.