Programs and Services
Working with CPWD
A statement of who we are and what we can and cannot do for people with disabilities in our community.
Independent Living Advisers work with individuals who encounter difficulties in the pursuit of independent living.
Independent Living Program
Classes are held for people who wish to learn independent living skills, including people who are transitioning from custodial care into the community.
Cross-disability groups meet regularly to share information and experiences.
Personal Assistance Services
People with disabilities are provided assistance with activities of daily living such as transferring, bathing, dressing, eating, and toileting. Services offered, include: Skilled nursing, Certified Nursing Assistants, homemaking and personal care provider.
This program is funded by the state through the Older Individuals who are Blind (OIB) grant and provides seniors with resource information, life skills training, and support groups. For more information: (303) 790-1390.
Community Transition Services
CPWD is committed to providing choice in housing for people with disabilities. The Community Transition Services helps empower individuals to move from institutions and nursing homes into the community.
Section 8 Housing Vouchers
These vouchers from Housing and Urban Development (HUD) allow low-income people with disabilities to live affordably in integrated settings.
Landlord Review Information - in Adobe "pdf"
Independent Living Accessible Garden
In 2000 CPWD consumers reclaimed a parking lot behind the Center into a garden, accessible to people with disabilites and a sanctuary from the office industrial setting of the Boulder Center.
The Center for People with Disabilities Mission:
CPWD works in partnership with people to obtain and maintain choices for independent living by promoting self-determination, self-respect and equal opportunity.