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Event Teaches First Responders, Law Enforcement about I/DD

RMHS, along with DPD, City Attorney and District Attorney, Are Hosting the One-Day Course If the victim of a crime has an intellectual or developmental disability (I/DD), it’s important for law enforcement and first responders to know how to communicate with him or her from the crime scene to the court room. Knowledge is critical to a successful prosecution. The Denver Police Department, Denver City Attorney’s Office, Denver District Attorney’s Office, Rocky Mountain Human Services (RMHS) and the Colorado District Attorney’s Council are hosting a workshop for paramedics, prosecutors, firefighters, law enforcement and victim advocates to learn best practices when working with someone with I/D

New Center for Autism Community to Open in May

Autism Community Store Expands its Reach, Thanks in Part to Denver Mill Levy Funding for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) Autism Community Store co-founder Shannon Sullivan stands amidst the renovations of the new store location where the Autism Community Center is scheduled to open in May. The Autism Community Store is one of only two retail stores in the country with the sole purpose of serving the autism community, co-founder Shannon Sullivan said. Now, the store is moving to a larger location that will expand its offerings to help even more individuals with autism and their families. The expansion is possible in part because of funding from the Rocky Mountain Human Serv

Thank You For Attending the RMHS Community Forum

Thank you to everyone who attended the Rocky Mountain Human Services (RMHS) Community Forum on Monday. We hope you learned more about the RMHS Mill Levy Program and discovered some great community resources for Denver residents with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Your feedback was greatly appreciated and we are already making changes to improve the mill levy program. Also, a special thanks to T.A.C.T. for hosting us! View the RMHS presentation online. The survey through the presentation is closed, but please take the online survey that is now available. See a list of the 2019 mill levy-funded community partners. Once again, thank you to everyone who attended!

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