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Serving Local Seniors 65+
South Jefferson County in Littleton, Colorado


Columbine Community Village
Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Columbine Community Village was formed to empower older adults to remain in their own homes during the mature years of life, supported by a network of neighbors helping neighbors. We value the importance of older adults to our society, encourage intergenerational connection, and mobilize our community to care for one another.
Columbine Community Village Announces Operations Merger with A Little Help

Since the founding of Columbine Community Village in 2012, our goal has always been to help seniors finish life well, with dignity and purpose.

Now, to take CCV to the next level, our board has made the decision to join hands with A Little Help (ALH), a local Village which started in the Washington Park area of Denver. (It was originally called Washington Park Cares.) Since its own 2007 founding, A Little Help has grown considerably. It now spans Denver Metro, including Jefferson County.

CCV's purpose as a nonprofit "Village" community has been to help South Jefferson County's seniors live more independently at home. With convenient access to rides and chore assistance, members have been able to stay in their homes longer, which is exactly what most older people prefer. Through our many regular gatherings, we've learned from excellent speakers, had fun socializing with each other, and built strong friendships, overcoming much of the loneliness and isolation that afflicts so many elderly.

Merging CCV operations with A Little Help will make the Village experience available to many more seniors in Littleton and South Jefferson County. ALH recognizes the importance of organizing into neighborhood groups (e.g., the Columbine area), in order to foster genuine local community.

We are joining efforts in support of a great cause -- to help more seniors than ever stay in their homes, with greater independence and dignity. Thank you again for your support over the past several years.

For more information, go to www.ALittleHelp.org


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