Single Entry Point (SEP)

Rocky Mountain Human Services (RMHS) has been awarded a state contract to run the Single Entry Point program for about 11,000 clients in a five-county metro Denver area that will provide them a one-stop opportunity for long-term care.

The SEP allows us to give people information, screenings, assessments and referrals for a variety of different long term care services. The SEP aligns perfectly with our mission, the key pillars of which are our goals of simplifying access, celebrating individuality and bridging communities.

The work, which will begin July 1, is outlined in a $13 million annual contract that designates RMHS to be the SEP for Adams, Arapahoe, Denver, Douglas and Elbert counties.

Our staff specializes in case management, and the SEP work is similar in many ways to the work we already do and the systems we have in place.

The SEP provides case management for the following Home and Community Based Services waiver populations:

  • Children with life-limiting illness

  • Elderly, blind and disabled

  • Community mental health supports

  • Persons with brain injuries

  • Persons with spinal cord injuries

  • HCBS Waiver for Children 

  • Home Care Allowance 

In June we will be hosting three town hall meetings to offer additional information and answer questions about the Single Entry Point. Each meeting is geared toward specific audiences and we ask that you RSVP in advance.

If you registered for a town hall meeting but did not receive a conformation email with the meeting information, please email

Monday, June 8, 2020

1 - 2 p.m.

Town Hall for Advocates and Community Partners

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

1 - 2 p.m.

Town Hall for SEP Providers

Friday, June 12, 2020

1 - 2 p.m.

Town Hall for SEP Referral Sources

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Tel: 303-636-5600

9900 E. Iliff Ave.

Denver, CO 80231

Rocky Mountain Human Services