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How to apply for medical, food, cash and child care?

Colorado PEAK-Program Eligibility and Application Kit

The fast and easy way to acces benefit information - anytime and anywhere.  PEAK is an online service for Coloradoans to screen and apply for medical, food, cash, and child care assistance programs.

Who is required to report suspected mistreatment of at-risk elders?

At-risk elders are persons age 70 and older.  You must report suspected physical or sexual abuse, exploitation, and caretaker neglect to law enforcement within 24 hours of your observation of the mistreatment if you belong to one of these professional groups:

  • Physicians, surgeons, physicians' assistants, osteopaths, physicians in training  
  • Podiatrists, dentists, chiropractors
  • Registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and nurse practitioners
  • Hospital and long-term care facility personnel engaged in the admission, care, or treatment of patients
  • Emergency medical service providers
  • Occupational therapists, physical therapists
  • Pharmacists
  • Medical examiner and coroners
  • Psychologists and other mental health professionals
  • Social work practitioners
  • Clergy members
  • Law enforcement officials and personnel
  • Fire protection personnel
  • Court appointed guardians and conservators
  • Personnel of banks, savings and loan associations, credit unions, and other lending or financial institutions
  • Community-centered board staff
  • A caretaker, staff member, or employee of or volunteer or consultant for a licensed or certified care facility, agency, home, or governing board, including but not limited to home health providers; and
  • A caretaker, staff member, employee, or a volunteer or consultant for, a home care placement agency, as defined in Section 25-27.5-102(5), C.R.S.


Who is required to report suspected child abuse or neglect?