Early Intervention Providers

These are difficult times for all of us as we try to adjust our lives to lessen the spread of COVID-19. The coronavirus situation in Colorado has led to some changes in how we deliver services through the Early Intervention program at RMHS so that we remain open and operational. The agency’s goal from the beginning has been to ensure the health and wellbeing of our employees and the children and families that we support. In accordance with guidance from public health authorities, we are doing as much of our work as possible electronically to decrease risk to clients, staff and the community. Our intake team is actively accepting referrals via phone, email, and fax and working with families to schedule evaluations using video conferencing. Our therapists and service coordinators are completing evaluations and meetings utilizing Telehealth to ensure that families receive the support and children get the services they need.

Infant sleeping

RMHS EI Contract Changes Q&A Session, June 11, 2020

Father with infant daughter

June 11, 2020 Subcontractor Q&A Session

Unmet Needs Presentation, January 24, 2018

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)


Contracts, Invoicing, and Payment​



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Contact Information

Progress notes and invoices: invoices@rmhumanservices.org

Questions regarding invoices, billing or revenue cycle: billingquestions@rmhumanservices.org

Questions related to EI program: Amanda Pedrow apedrow@rmhumanservices.org
Questions related to Clinical Services:  Danielle Castle dcastle@rmhumanservices.org  
Questions related to Credentialing for Providers: Erika Smith,
Director of Developmental & Behavioral Health: Julia Spratt,