Services for Adults
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.
Services that enable adults with developmental disabilities to continue living with their families or independently in the community.
RMHS provides a one-stop opportunity for long term care including screenings, assessments, referrals and case management.
Services for adults to support the transition from a mental health institute, psychiatric hospital or substance abuse treatment facility to a community setting.
The Denver START Program is an innovative program intended to help people who have both I/DD and mental needs.
Helping eligible Denver residents who are struggling with homelessness to obtain disability benefits and connecting them with the resources and support they need to safely thrive.