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Our Mission

The Colorado Fund for People with Disabilities (CFPD) seeks to enhance the independence and quality of life for people who are elderly or disabled and their families. CFPD shall actively evaluate, monitor, oversee, coordinate and implement services in partnership with its clients and their families to ensure and maintain their rights, integrity and dignity.

  • Supplemental Needs Trust Administration:

    25+ Years

  • Clients Currently Served:

    Over 1,200

  • Representative Payee Services for

    125 Clients

Latest News


 

A corporate fiduciary can facilitate the investments of a Trust, pay the bills of a Beneficiary on an on-going basis, provide accurate recordkeeping, file applicable court documents and have a knowledge of other community based organizations that can drastically enhance the quality of life of their beneficiaries...

In my own life and in my work with people with disabilities, I often wish l had access to a crystal ball. Wouldn't it be nice to be able to see into the future and see where we will be living, working, who our supports will be and what the economy and government will look like? For people with disabilities, this is an even greater desire...

On March 23, 2010, President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The law puts in place comprehensive health insurance reforms that will roll out over four years and beyond.

The ACA removes lifetime limits on health benefits and creates new coverage options for individuals with pre-existing conditions...

 

CFPD is a nonprofit corporation organized pursuant to Colorado Nonprofit Incorporation Act, as amended; CFPD is not regulated by the Colorado Banking Code or the Division of Banking; and, CFPD is not a regulated financial institution.