2020 BEACON Guide: Your guide to aging wellDec 30, 2019 04:09PM ● By Cloie Sandlin
Happy New Year from the BEACON! To help you start the year right, we’ve included a copy of the 2020 BEACON Guide, our annual publication designed to help you age well in Western Colorado.
The BEACON Guide—a trusted resource directory for area seniors, their families and those who assist them—has only gotten bigger and better. In addition to hundreds of local, state and national resources and hard-to-find phone numbers, the guide also features informative articles to help you with the transitions that you or a loved one may be going through.
From finding leisure activities to planning your retirement, from home health care to moving to an assisted living facility, The 2020 BEACON Guide will help you navigate the continuum of care. The guide also includes listings for clubs, genealogy resources, veterinarians and pet shelters, support groups, volunteer opportunities and more.
As our community grows, so does the guide. Many listings are added each year. We’ve taken great care to make sure that every listing is accurate and up to date. Every listed phone number is called and personally verified year after year.
Though geared towards seniors, many households keep The BEACON Guide on hand throughout the year.
Search resources online
Our digital version of the 2020 BEACON Guide is more robust than ever.
Explore a virtual format of The BEACON Guide that can be turned page by page with a click of the mouse. You can also search for listings using keywords. The digital version will be online and available later this month.
Most months, the BEACON highlights a local club or organization listed in The BEACON Guide. It’s a great way for readers to become more familiar with organizations in the community.
Get your free copies
If your copy of the 2020 BEACON Guide isn’t in this issue of the BEACON, or if you’d like to request additional copies, email us or call us at 243-8829 and we will mail them to you.
We distribute the 2020 BEACON Guide throughout Mesa, Delta and Montrose counties. It can be found in numerous doctors’ offices, senior centers, hospitals and more. Businesses are able to call and request them in bulk and we will personally deliver them.Explore the BEACON Guide.