Developmental and Behavioral Health
Rocky Mountain Human Services (RMHS) offers state-of-the art supports and services for children with developmental delays and developmental disabilities and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Our Developmental and Behavioral Health Services are designed to help every child thrive and reach their full potential, to improve each person's overall well being, and provide support for families.
Our knowledgeable and experienced team is committed to providing the best in family-centered care. We provide comprehensive assessment, intervention, and service coordination for families who are caring for children with special needs and associated challenges. We provide assessments and therapy for adults who have intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD), traumatic brain injuries and/or other cognitive needs.
RMHS' Developmental & Behavioral Health Programs offer a holistic, community-based approach when working children, adults, and families.
- Individualized plans to address needs and priorities
- Support and intervention to help maximize their potential
- Evidence-based approaches to assessment and intervention
- Service coordination and information about community resources
- Cultural competence and respect for diversity and individual differences
Early Intervention: Birth to Age 3
Services and therapies for infants and toddlers with delays or disabilities that meet State criteria
Family Support: Ages 3 to 18
Case management and support for children with special needs and their families
Children's Clinical Services: Birth to Age 3
Assessment and intervention for children with autism and developmental disorders
Behavioral Health Services: Ages 18 and up
Assessments and therapies for adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, or other cognitive needs
For information on Medicaid Waiver programs for children with developmental disabilities (i.e. HCBS-CES and HCBS-CWA), please visit our Service Coordination web page.