COVID-19 Resources

Although our office is closed to outside visitors, our team is still working and we are here for you! The below has been created to help you navigate resources in our community. We can’t wait to welcome you back to The Arc of Aurora soon.

DISCLAIMER: This resource list is meant to aid our community with locating resources during the COVID-19 pandemic. This list is not exhaustive of all resources in our community and is updated regularly. While The Arc of Aurora acknowledges these as potentially helpful resources for the community, it does not endorse any content from these websites and does not promote or exclusively favor any of these community resources.

COVID-19 testing, vaccine sites, and more

Disability specific

Local Public School and Education information

Community assistance programs

Food assistance

Grocery delivery

Pet resources

  • Colorado Pet Food Pantry – Pet food is subject to availability with no promises over specific brands or items available on any given day. 
  • Aurora Animal Shelter – call (303) 326-8280 if you are in need. Pet food is subject to availability with no promises over specific brands or items available on any given day. 

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Financial

Health insurance

Workplace

Transportation

Volunteer or Donate

  • The Arc of Auroramake a cash donation or call us at 720-213-1420 to arrange a drop-off donation of non-perishable food to help many of the food insecure children and adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities and their families we support.
  • Arc Thrift Stores’ Feed Colorado  – donate non-perishable food.
  • Help Colorado Now – Deliver food, medication, and medical supplies, and help with daily tasks for people who live alone.
  • CU School of Medicine Students Available for Community Help – “our students have organized a volunteer workforce while they are away from clinical activities to help with many non-clinical things, including calling isolated people, helping with virtual visits, aiding seniors, and engaging with the health systems to help out where needed.”
  • Register to be a disaster volunteer
  • Donate blood