Resource and Referral
The Work-Life program recognizes that many personal and professional challenges face our workforce. This section offers resources for all employees to help with those challenges. The Work-Life Program does not offer professional counseling. For professional confidential counseling, mediation, and support, contact the Colorado State Employee Assistance Program (CSEAP).
DRCOG - Aging Services
Family Caregiving 101
Medicare nursing home comparison
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) - Caregiving
Family Caregiver Alliance
National Alliance for Caregiving
Aging Solutions - Aging Parents and Elder Care
Benefits Check Up
Financial Planning Services
The IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) offers free tax help to low to moderate income people who cannot prepare their own tax returns.
The Public Employees' Retirement Association (PERA) offers informational meetings and retirement counseling sessions free of charge to PERA members. Please see the PERA meeting schedule for more information.
Wis$Up - Financial Planning for Generation X and Y Women, from the Women's Bureau of the US Department of Labor
The State of Colorado and the Work-Life Program assume no responsibility for any arrangements, contracts, purchases, or disputes between individual employees and any vendor. The State of Colorado Work-Life Program does not negotiate, guarantee, or endorse any vendor shown here and it is highly suggested each employee research and compare prices, levels of service, and any licensing or certification requirements, as should be done when making any purchase or prior to agreeing to any arrangement, contract, or purchase.
For more detailed information, please access the resource and referral Guidance and Frequently Asked Questions, which is intended to assist all employees and HR Personnel or contact the Statewide Work-Life Coordinator
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