Information for Community Partners

Mill Levy project funding targets seven goal areas:

  • Basic Needs/Environmental Supports: Meeting individuals’ and families’ needs such as housing, transportation, wheelchair accessibility, and furniture or clothing expenses.

  • Behavioral/Mental health: Improving individuals’ access to quality mental health and behavioral health services and supports.

  • Client Education and Increasing Independence: Providing opportunities for individuals to learn, grow and increase self-determination over their lives.

  • Medical/Dental: Improving individuals’ access to quality medical and dental supports and services.

  • Social/Recreational: Increasing opportunities and access to social and recreational activities.

  • Training and Support: Providing training and educational services to assist caregivers, providers, families and the general public about I/DD topics.

  • System Gaps within the I/DD System and Across Other Systems: Services and supports needed during times of transition or not covered by other resources such as the transition out of foster care, provision of music therapy, testing for I/DD eligibility, and services beyond those covered by Medicaid or other funders.

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Tel: 303-636-5600

9900 E. Iliff Ave.

Denver, CO 80231

Rocky Mountain Human Services