Our Care Services
Our local chapter of The ALS Association is the central source for services and education for people with ALS, their families, caregivers, and health care professionals in Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah.
The progression of ALS varies significantly from one person to another. Responding to each person's individual needs, our local chapter is available to provide vital services and reliable information through strategic community partnerships.
Register with the Rocky Mountain Chapter to begin receiving free, personalized services, regardless of insurance or immigration status. You will be partnered with a Care Coordinator (see contact information below) who will work with you to determine your current and future needs. Studies show that people with ALS who receive comprehensive care that is tailored to individual needs often experience an increased quality of life.
A sampling of services provided free of charge:
Consultation and Referrals
Offering individual support and home visits to assess needs, suggest equipment, connect with local resources and help families plan.
Call Us to Get Started: (303) 832-2322
Medical Equipment Loan Program
A variety of equipment available for loan to aid in daily living activities and with mobility.
Virtual support groups for people living with ALS, family members, and friends.
We provide family caregiver-focused support groups, Care Connections guidance, and referrals.
Education and Webinars
We host many informative presentations on topics related to living with ALS.
Chapter Grant Program
Grants provide financial assistance for a myriad of reimbursable, ALS-related expenses such as respite care, counseling, co-pays for healthcare costs, home modifications, and more.
O: 303-832-2322 x202
Central, Southern and Western Colorado
O: 303-832-2322 x203
Central & Northern Colorado, Eastern Wyoming
Utah and Western Wyoming