Impact of IDD Awareness Month
Kickoff with IDD Awareness DayLearn More
FirstBank Donations Honors IDD Awareness MonthLearn More
DDRC helps sponsor The Arc of Colorado's "Achieve" Film Fest.Learn More
Community Rewards Program
King Soopers Community Rewards makes donating to DDRC as easy as swiping your loyalty card while you shop. You will give a percentage based on the shopping you do every-day. Once you link your card to DDRC all you must do to give is shop at King Soopers and swipe your Loyalty Card!How To Participate
Our resource coordinators can help you learn about the services, programs and options available to you. Our case managers provide assistance and support to children, families, and adults.
Early Intervention services are for infants, toddlers, and families. These services are designed to promote development and learning.
The Family Support Services Program (FSSP) assists families with costs beyond those normally experienced by other families, to avoid or delay costly out of home placements and reduce stress.
Supported Living Services is committed to providing the Direct Service Professional of your choice to provide supports to you or your loved one.
At AVS our passion is to connect with people and their passions, goals and dreams, we build on who you are so that we can partner with you to help you achieve your dreams.
Quality Living Options (QLO) is a division of DDRC that provides residential services for adults with developmental disabilities.
DDRC Behavioral Health Services provide consultation, treatment, and training to eligible individuals and their families.
IDD Awareness Day CelebrationEvery year DDRC participates in IDD Awareness Day as a way to join forces with others in the IDD community to bring our voice to the Colorado Legislature, to meet our local legislators, to highlight the work of outstanding Direct Service Professionals and to hear inspirational speakers. It’s a great way to kick off IDD Awareness month in March.This year we nominated
Sometimes, a small object can be like a special door that opens to a wider world. For Cynthia Reynolds, that door is an iPad, which opened a portal to many things that enrich her life. Cynthia, a woman with IDD in her middle years, is receiving services from DDRC. With the help of DDRC’s Self Determination funding, Cynthia recently acquired an iPad and received coaching in setting up and be
DDRC and the Community Centered Boards (CCBs) in Colorado serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) have many financial, health and safety, programmatic and other surveys and audits. Recently, the Colorado Office of the State Auditor conducted an audit of all 20 CCBs as required by state law.The audit, which was a retrospective look from July 2016 through June 2017, was