Rocky Mountain Human Services

Connecting people with support and resources for over 30 years

RMHS provides case management, direct services, and flexible support for people and families from birth through the lifespan. We work closely with individuals and families to figure out their options and connect them with services and community organizations to live the life they want at home or community of choice.

Who We Support

Ensuring all families with infants and toddlers get the help and support their children need to meet developmental milestones and reach their full potential.

Connecting children and adults with disabilities, behavioral health needs, substance use needs, and those experiencing housing instability with the resources, supports, and tools to thrive safely and happily in their communities of choice.

Helping veterans who are experiencing housing instability to find safe and permanent housing, accessible healthcare, and legal counsel.

Need Support?

If you would like to enroll in services, have questions, or need more information, RMHS is here for you. We will help you every step of the way.

Our Mission

We embrace the power of community to support individuals and families in creating their future.

We do this by:

  • Simplifying access.

  • Celebrating individuality.

  • Bridging communities.

Recent News

Local Mental Wellness Resources for Mental Health Awareness Month


Mental health impacts all areas of our life, like how we approach interpersonal relationships, handle stress, and make day-to-day choices. Mental wellness is a critical component of our overall health, and the month of May is a designated time to recognize and raise awareness of that fact

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Autism Resource Fair: Sunday, May 19


The Autism Resource Fair is a favorite Colorado autism community tradition. Nowhere else do so many families and individuals on the spectrum come together with the sole purpose of gathering resources and connecting with providers. We hope to see you there!

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From the NICU to Museums: Felix’s Story of Resilience


A story about two hardworking Denver-based parents whose 3-and-a-half-year-old, Felix, was born at 25 weeks and diagnosed with several lifelong conditions, the partnership they forged with their RMHS service coordinator, and the lessons they taught each other along the way.

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