2022 CASTA Transit Award Winner!
Teller Senior Coalition (TSC Transit)
Human Services Transit Organization of the Year
Teller Senior Coalition (TSC Transit) provides door-thru-door transportation services for Teller County, Eastern Park County and Western El Paso County. Our transportation services are open to the general public, 18 years of age and older. We will pick you up at your home for appointments and other essential needs such as grocery shopping, bank, post office, pharmacy, work, social activities and more to help you sustain an independent lifestyle.
TSC Transit is also a certified Non-Emergency Medicaid Transportation (NEMT) provider. We provide transportation for qualified Medicaid recipients who are 18 years of age and older to and from covered non-emergency medical appointments.
While there may be a minimal fare to use our transportation service, many of our clients ride for free. If you are 60 years of age or older, on Medicaid or low income and disabled, call us to see if you qualify, 719-687-3330.
For the below TSC Services, please call (719) 687-3330 for more information and qualification requirements.
Our Case Managers assess client needs and offer referrals and assistance for services provided through TSC programs and other available community resources that strengthen seniors’ abilities to remain independent in their homes.
We provide respite services to caregivers which affords them a break from their caregiving duties.
Our handyman service installs safety devices such as grab bars.
Our Home Delivered Meals Program provides seniors with assorted frozen and shelf-stable meals.
Our Homemaker Services program provides assistance to seniors in their homes with light housekeeping, meal preparation, laundry and more.
We are now part of Care and Share's Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) and are able to offer Senior Food Boxes to qualifying Seniors in our community. This is an income based program, to find out if you qualify or for further information, please call 719 687 3330.
~Provided by Colorado Legal Services~
Colorado Legal Services is able to help with civil legal issues and applicants must be screened for eligibility and legal problem. Monthly by appointment only
For information, qualification requirements, and application call Colorado Legal Services at (719) 471-0381. coloradolegalservices.org
To schedule and appointment, call
Contact Cindy Meyers, Teller County Veterans Service Officer, (719) 686-5526
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Elder abuse can happen to anyone. Many victims are people who are older, frail, and vulnerable, who cannot help themselves and depend on others to meet their most basic needs. Abusers of older adults are both women and men, may be family members, friends, or “trusted others.”
AARP Foundation ElderWatch Colorado is a program with the Colorado Attorney General and AARP Foundation whose mission is to ensure that no older adults are left to suffer, alone and in silence, at the hands of those who exploit them. The program fights the financial exploitation of older Coloradans through education and outreach, data collection, and the providing of assistance. Report fraud or financial exploitation: