About Us

Rocky Mountain Human Services is an organization dedicated to the belief that every individual deserves respect and the support they need to live the lives they envision for themselves in their community of choice. As an organization that provides supports to thousands of persons across Colorado, the impacts and outcomes of systemic racism are fundamentally at odds with our beliefs and our purpose. Confronting the racial inequality that has oppressed Black people is inherently consistent with our mission and beliefs. We stand with the Black community, and will work in solidarity in the fight against systemic discrimination and racism. We commit to engaging in the introspection and work that is necessary to become an actively anti-racist, fully inclusive organization. 

Who We Are

Founded in 1992, Rocky Mountain Human Services is a nonprofit organization that empowers people with the resources they need to thrive, and to live the lives they envision in their communities of choice.

 

With a staff of nearly 500 talented and dedicated employees, we support more than 15,000 Colorado residents through case management and direct service programs.

Services for Children & Adolescents

  • Children’s Clinical Services – Comprehensive assessment, consultation and intervention services for people from birth to age 18.

  • Children’s Extensive Support – Services for people from birth to age 18 who have life-threatening medical conditions and/or significant behavior challenges.

  • Early Intervention – Services for infants and toddlers with delays or disabilities with a focus on the basic and new skills that babies learn during the first three years of life.

  • Family Support – State-funded individualized support and services to families who are caring for a family member with developmental disabilities.

  • Transition Services - Services for children and adolescents to support the transition from a mental health institute or hospital to a community setting.

  • Single Entry Point - Screenings, assessments, referrals and case management for adults in need of long term care.

Services for Adults

  • Case Management: Developmental Disabilities Waiver Services – Residential services for adults with developmental disabilities, such as Down syndrome, autism and cerebral palsy, who need extensive support to live in the community, including access to 24-hour supervision.

  • Case Management: Supported Living Services Waiver – Services that enable adults with developmental disabilities to continue living with their families or independently in the community.

  • Residential Services – Person-centered and community-based residential services that focus on the person and his or her priorities.

  • Transition Services - Services for adults to support the transition from a mental health institute or psychiatric hospital to a community setting.

  • Single Entry Point - Screenings, assessments, referrals and case management for adults in need of long term care.

Services for Veterans

  • Homes for All Veterans – Outreach, case management and support accessing community and mainstream resources for low-income veterans and their families who are experiencing homelessness or are in danger of homelessness.

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Tel: 303-636-5600

9900 E. Iliff Ave.

Denver, CO 80231

Rocky Mountain Human Services