his information is as up-to-date as possible. Please email Maggie Sanders, office@rsvpgrandjunction.org, with changes. Last updated 1/19/21.
Our partner agencies have been adjusting operations to ensure their clients continue to receive the support they need and to reach those residents with newly-arisen needs.

How can you get/give help?




Community Food Bank

Any Mesa County resident can receive a food box 1x/week during the COVID-19 outbreak. Proxy pick-ups allowed for those in isolation or without transportation. Proxies must supply the following client info: Full name, DOB, ZIP, whether client needs pet food, and household size, including adults and children (boxes are packed based on family size).

Pick-up available at 476 28 1/2 Road, GJ. M, T, Th 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.

Meals on Wheels Mesa County

In operation, with the following changes: dining sites are pick-up only (not dine-in). Drive-thru only sites are set up at the Senior Rec Center, Fruita Rec Center, and Palisade Community Center.

Contact: 970-243-9844

SD 51 Emergency Meal Program

All Mesa County children 18 years and under have access to daily nutritious meals through this program, in partnership with Lunch Lizard and Kids Aid. Find more information here

See this schedule.

Colorado Spirit (a partnership between Mind Springs Health and FEMA)

If you are stressed or otherwise impacted because of the pandemic, help is available.

See this flyer for further information. For virtual drop-in support meetings, please go to Colorado Spirit Initiative - Mind Springs Health & West Springs Hospital. Find additional help in dealing with the emotional support during the pandemic, please go to https://covid19.colorado.gov/crisis-counseling-program


Alzheimer’s Association

The office is closed, but they can still help. Find information here, here, here and here.


Habitat for Humanity ReStore  The ReStore is open for shopping and donation drop-off! See the ReStore Facebook page and web page.


For AARP news, see this link.


RSVP SHIP Medicare Project

Conducting client appointments by phone.

Call 970-243-9839, OPTION 1.

Center for Independence This flyer will help explain COVID-19 to those with disabilities. Also, please see this information to help your blind or vision-impaired neighbors and friends.  

Aging and Disability Resources for CO (ADRC) Administered by Hilltop

Having trouble finding help? Contact ADRC, who may be able to help.

Call 2-1-1.

Grand Junction Mutual Aid A local Facebook group exchanging needed items and information. Join the Facebook group.

Colorado Crisis Hotline

You are not alone!

1-844-493-8255 or text "Talk" to 38255

Administration on Aging For information and resources  https://eldercare.acl.gov/Public/Search_Results.aspx 800-677-1116
Additional things for you to know*:
  • Online resource: Here's how to prevent virus spread after grocery shopping. https://youtu.be/sjDuwc9KBps 
  • Don't open any emails purporting to contain COVID-19 information unless they come from a trusted source. Scammers are using these emails to spread electronic viruses and phish for your information.

*RSVP does not specifically endorse non-partner agencies or businesses. However, the resources posted here may be useful to Mesa County residents.