The Residences and Assisted Living
at Eaton Senior Communities

Two levels of service on one convenient campus – Eaton Senior Communities is locally-owned, with longstanding relationships in the community.

The Residences

This HUD-subsidized community offers 161 one-bedroom apartments with an on-site restaurant-style dining program. Read More

Assisted Living

Sixty-six studio apartments, ranging in size from 335 to 600 square feet, offers affordable rental housing, comprehensive services, and friendly surroundings for seniors. All available services are included in the monthly rate – no hidden costs. Read More

History

The Residences at Eaton Senior Communities, was founded by the West Alameda Community Baptist Church, working in close collaboration with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The Church established The Residences in 1980, Jefferson County’s first subsidized housing for low-income seniors.

In 1988, the Church opened Assisted Living at Eaton Senior Communities on the same campus. This was one of five pilot programs, underwritten and financed by the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority,to provide assisted living. Read More About Our History

Volunteer at Eaton

Do you have some time to spare? Want to make new friends? Connect with a wonderful group of residents and staff at Eaton Senior Communities by volunteering.

The average age of our residents is 80 and many do not drive. They enjoy on site activities and meeting new people. Many of our residents are from the Denver area, but some have moved here to be near family and no longer live near friends.

Please contact our Activities Coordinator for a volunteer application at
activities@eatonsenior.org or 303-937-5102. We would love to hear from you.