Human Services

Senior Hub Inc

  • Federal Heights, CO
  • www.seniorhub.org

Mission Statement

Formed in 1986, The Senior Hub's mission is to advance the quality of life for older adults through advocacy, community partnerships, and a variety of direct services provided to sustain their independence.

Main Programs

  1. Respite Care & In-Home Supportive Services
  2. Meals on Wheels + Rural Meals
  3. Adult Day Services
  4. Senior Solutions
Service Areas

Self-reported

Colorado

Adams County

And parts of :  Arapahoe, Broomfield, Denver and Jefferson Counties and surrounding communities to include the cities of - Arvada, Aurora, Bennett, Brighton, Commerce City, Deer Trail, Denver, Federal Heights, Northglenn, Strasberg, Thornton, Watkins, Westminster

ruling year

1986

Principal Officer since 1991

Self-reported

Mr. Howard Yeoman

Keywords

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senior, seniors, older, elderly, adult, advocacy, volunteer, Colorado, Adams, Arapahoe, Aurora, meals, RSVP, problem-solving, respite, frail, tax, nutrition, benefits, volunteer, Hub, Wheels, food, medical, equipment, emergency

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EIN

74-2412032

 Number

2002936272

Contact

Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Senior Centers/Services (P81)

Homemaker, Home Health Aide (P44)

Meals on Wheels (K36)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

Programs + Results

How does this organization make a difference?

Overview

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The Senior Hub’s programs address hunger, nutrition, health and wellness, community connections, self-sufficiency, poverty, and access to care and support for seniors. The Senior Solutions’ Minor Home Repair program acknowledge the 46% of older adults who need help to complete minor interior or exterior home repairs. The Adult Day Service and Respite Care and In-Home Services programs respond to needs not only of older adults, but of the 58% of baby boomers who are in the workforce during the day and are frequently or sometimes burdened by caregiving for an older adult (DRCOG, 2004). A 2006 MetLife survey found that 15.9 million full-time workers were engaged in caregiving. Productivity losses from absenteeism and workday interruptions cost U.S. companies $33.6 billion in the year studied. The population is aging and the need for caregiving is growing.

           

According to the Census Bureau (2006), 46,104 Adams County residents are 60 years or older; of these, more than 13,500 are over the age of 75. An additional 20,793 between 55 and 59 are about to reach retirement age. In Arapahoe County, 75,092 residents are 60 or older; 23,943 are 75 or older, and 35,385 are between 55 and 59 years of age. This means that our programming must expand to meet growing demand. For example, two years ago The Senior Hub doubled the size of our Adult Day Service facility and we have added the Rural Meals on Wheels program. We have also restructured our accounting office, because the capacity of our administration must also be able to handle this growth.

Programs

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What are the organization's current programs, how do they measure success, and who do the programs serve?

Program 1

Respite Care & In-Home Supportive Services

The Senior Hub is the major provider of Respite Care and In-Home Services in Adams County and parts of Arapahoe County. Recently this program was expanded, and now also serves Denver, Broomfield and Jefferson counties. Respite Care services provide caregivers a break from their responsibilities by providing trained and trusted professional caregivers who are experienced in caring for older adults. In-Home Services provides professional caregivers who offer intensive personal care services and can stay with seniors for extended periods of time. Volunteer caregivers provide less intensive services, such as grocery shopping, running errands, and light housekeeping. 

 
All professional and volunteer caregivers are carefully screened, trained, bonded and insured. The program also conducts support groups to provide primary caregivers with information, support, and access to services they may need. We have also created a Companion Care Program to help older adults care for their pets. Our volunteers bathe and walk pets, and take them to a Veterinarian

Category

Human Services

Population(s) Served

Aging/Elderly/Senior Citizens

Budget

$307,630.00

Program 2

Meals on Wheels + Rural Meals

Meals on Wheels and Rural Meals on Wheels provide meals, as well as volunteers who monitor the wellness of program participants. In both programs all meals provide at least one-third of the recommended daily nutrition for older adults. Besides delivering meals, The Senior Hub is responsible for overall administration of and reporting on the program. We also conduct an initial in-home assessment with all program participants to ensure that they qualify for the program and to help them complete all the required paperwork. We repeat this assessment every six months to monitor the well-being of our clients.

Category

Food, Agriculture & Nutrition

Population(s) Served

Aging/Elderly/Senior Citizens

Budget

$235,059.00

Program 3

Adult Day Services

The program helps frail older adults and those with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and other chronic illnesses. It provides a safe place where caregivers can confidently trust us to care for their loved ones during the day, allowing them the ability to go to work or access some respite time. The program is Medicaid certified

Category

Human Services

Population(s) Served

Aging/Elderly/Senior Citizens

Budget

$208,000.00

Program 4

Senior Solutions

. Staff works tirelessly in-person and over-the-phone to help seniors obtain adequate housing, food, and supportive services. We also provide a Minor Home Repair program, Medical Equipment Lending and an Emergency Food Bank, which are always available to help older adults.  In 2010 we expect Senior Solutions to provide approximately 1,500 older adults and their families with counseling and complex problem-solving, and to give an additional 2,300 older adults needed information and referrals.

Category

Human Services

Population(s) Served

Aging/Elderly/Senior Citizens

Budget

$103,300.00

Service Areas

Self-reported

Colorado

Adams County

And parts of :  Arapahoe, Broomfield, Denver and Jefferson Counties and surrounding communities to include the cities of - Arvada, Aurora, Bennett, Brighton, Commerce City, Deer Trail, Denver, Federal Heights, Northglenn, Strasberg, Thornton, Watkins, Westminster

Funding Needs

Donations always needed and welcome.

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THE SENIOR HUB INC
Fiscal year: Jan 01-Dec 31
Yes, financials were audited by an independent accountant.

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Operations

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Senior Hub Inc

Leadership

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Principal Officer

Mr. Howard Yeoman

BIO

M.A. in Public Administration, Northern Michigan University, Marquette, Michigan B.S. in Marketing, Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois Adams County Aging Network (County Council on Aging) Board Chairman - Jan. '05 to present Board member - '00 to '04 Board Chairman - '99 Adams County Community Transit (dba: A-Lift) Policy Council member - '02 to present As Executive Director, doubled the number of services offered to older adults. In 10 years as Executive Director, increased "Total Current Assets" by 1,622%.

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Mr. Ken Williams

Denver Merchadise Mart

Term: Sept 2009 - Aug 2012

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