Advocacy and Membership Organizations

Advocacy organizations provide an outlet for advancing issues and working for positive changes on those issues. They often are membership-based organizations, that coalesce around a single issue or series of related issues, and may carry out advocacy for public policy, social change, information dissemination, or direct client services. Contact the organization directly for more information on their advocacy activities and membership benefits.

303 E 17th Ave #510, Denver
303-764-5986 or 1-866-554-5376
AARP is dedicated to enhancing quality of life for all as we age. AARP leads positive social change and delivers value to members through advocacy, service, and information.

Colorado Gerontological Society
1330 Leyden St, Suite 148, Denver
A membership organization for professionals and seniors to provide education, information, and training. Provides seminars and consumer information on prescription drugs, Medicare/Medicaid, and caregiving. Provides counseling, information and referral to seniors and their families.

Denver Commission on Aging
201 W. Colfax Avenue, #1102, Denver 80202
Helps to make Denver the best community for older adults through outreach, communication and advocacy.

We Work for Health Colorado
1999 Broadway #4190, Denver 80202
A coalition of patients, bioscience companies, economic development organizations, higher education and health organizations working together to educate our elected leaders, and the communities they serve, about the contributions the biopharmaceutical industry and its’ employees make to the health and economic security of Colorado.

Western Union 
12500 E. Belford Avenue, Englewood 80112
Fraud Hotline: 1-800-448-1492
Millions of consumers rely on Western Union Money Transfer service to send money to loved ones near and far. Whether you send money online, by phone or at an agent location, you can be at risk for consumer fraud if you don’t know the person to whom you are sending money.