Resources for Seniors

Senior Resources

Today, consumers rely heavily on technology to manage their finances and take advantage of services available through online merchants. As we continue to accept and embrace new technology, our banking and shopping habits change. Naturally and unfortunately, so do the methods used by others to carry out their illegal activities. 

Therefore, it is critical that we maintain awareness and the skills necessary to properly identify, understand and protect ourselves from fraud. We also believe it is important that our customers make informed, sensible decisions regarding their independence and lifestyle.

As a courtesy, we are providing web links to various resources. While some sites may focus on our seniors, there is sound advice for people of all ages.

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Resources to help protect older adults from fraud and financial exploitation.

ElderCare Services

ElderCare Services

Support for older adults and their families.

COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES

COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES

Services for older Coloradans to help ensure their well-being, dignity and choice.

Colorado Adult Protective Services

COLORADO ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES (APS)

Services for the safety and protection of at-risk adults who live in our community.

TEXAS HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

TEXAS HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

Services for older Texans to help ensure their well-being, dignity and choice. 

Texas Department of Family and Protective Services

TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES (APS)

Services for the safety and protection of at-risk adults who live in our community. 

Administrative of Community Living

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission 

Whether you are nearing - or already enjoy - retirement, it pays to stay on top of your finances.