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August 1, 2022

Boulder County Area Agency on Aging Seeks Community Input to Identify Priorities for Veterans

Veterans Service Officers host in-person and virtual community conversation meetings in August

Boulder, Colo. - Boulder County Area Agency on Aging’s Veterans Service Office is seeking input from community members to help identify priorities for Veterans in Boulder County. Boulder County is home to an estimated 14,000 Veterans with varying needs including housing, mental and behavioral health supports, in-home care, and beyond. Boulder County's Veterans Service Officers are bringing together residents and stakeholders to discuss how to best support those who served, their dependents, and survivors for our strategic planning process.

Join Veterans Service Officers to discuss strengths, gaps in services, and needs for Veterans in Boulder County at the following meeting times:

Veterans, their spouses, survivors, and dependents are welcome to join the conversation. Registration is requested for each of the meetings. Each conversation will be capped at 20 participants. The meetings will be recorded for transcription purposes.

For more information about the upcoming meetings or for questions and requests for a waitlist for a full conversation, please contact Lindsay Neville with Boulder County Area Agency on Aging at lneville@bouldercounty.org.

Learn more about Boulder County Veterans Services at https://boco.org/VeteranServices.