Supportive Living Program
Recognizing a need for specialized services for survivors of brain injury, Greeley Center for Independence is one of the first four agencies in Colorado to offer a Supportive Living Program for this population. 18 single occupancy apartments are available, 10 of which are dedicated to people who are either homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless.
Specialized support staff are available on-site at all times.
Specialized Services at a Glance
Program staff work with each resident to assess individual needs and partner with the resident to provide appropriate support. Community resources which may be accessed:
— Primary care or specialized doctors
— Mental health personnel
— Occupational therapy
— Physical therapy
— Speech therapy
Services included as part of the program are:
— Support with activities of daily living
— Community engagement assistance
— Medication assistance
— Social/recreational/leisure activities
— Assistance with meal preparation and housekeeping
— Opportunities for volunteer work
— Assistance with money management
— Assistance with making and keeping medical and other appointments
In addition, an on-site Specialized Adult Day Program provides social and recreational programming Monday through Friday.
Call the Stephens Brain Injury campus at 970/506-0008 or use our online contact form.
Forms & Documents
* Applicants are required to provide a copy of 2 (two) forms of ID with application, such as State issued Driver's License or ID card, Social Security card or passport.)
If you have questions or need assistance, contact Jenn Palmer, Director of Brain Injury Services at 970/506-0008 or use our online contact form.