Julie Butscher

Julie Butscher, LCSW

Julie loves working with families to find solutions to barriers in their lives. Julie is well connected to community resources and helps people find programs that can help them thrive.

Julie Butscher is excited to be working with Cindy Koch, Owner of Aging at 5280 as well as the entire team. Julie has been a medical social worker in Home Health Care for many years. During that time she has referred many people, including friends, clients and even her own family members, to Cindy Koch and the Aging at 5280 team. She believed the care and support that Cindy and her team provided their families was the best in the industry. When Julie made the decision to help families with finding a community for their loved one, it was an obvious fit to work with Aging at 5280.

Julie is a licensed clinical social worker. She graduated from the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work in 1997. She has worked in many settings including AIDS hospice, elementary school, and mental health organizations. Julie is originally from the east coast, but has lived in Dallas, San Diego, and Tacoma before moving permanently to Denver in 1995.

Julie is married with two young adult children and two dogs. Julie and her family have been very involved with the Arthritis Foundation since 2003. Both of her children were diagnosed at 18 months old with Juvenile Arthritis. Julie has a passion for working with families with children with chronic illnesses. Julie has been the Volunteer Camp Director of the JA Camp since 2015. The JA Camp is for any child or teen between the ages of 8-16 with a rheumatic illness. For many of these kids, it is the only camp that can attend due to their treatments.

In her free time, Julie loves to play tennis, read, travel, bake and spend time with her family.

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