Rocky Mountain Human Services is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that serves nearly 10,000 individuals, including more than 2,000 professionals and 7,500 Colorado and Wyoming residents through seven distinct programs. In 2012, we celebrated our 20th anniversary and changed our name from Denver Options to Rocky Mountain Human Services to reflect the expansion of our services throughout Colorado. Our goal is to serve vulnerable populations throughout the Rocky Mountain West.  

Currently, we have the privilege of serving:

  • Children with developmental delays and disabilities  
  • Adults with cognitive and intellectual disabilities  
  • Adults who live with the effects of a traumatic brain injury (TBI)  
  • Military personnel and veterans who return from Iraq and Afghanistan with a TBI  
  • Veterans in need of employment assistance or who are homeless or in jeopardy of losing their homes  
  • Families who are striving to break the cycle of poverty  
  • Professionals who seek to create meaningful employment opportunities for individuals with intellectual challenges
  • Professionals who seek to provide the highest quality services for individuals with developmental disabilities