Developmental Disabilities Resource Center (DDRC)

In-home Center-Based Day Program Community Connections Transportation Skilled (Medical) Unskilled (Non-Medical) Homemaker Emergency/Crisis Rehabilitation Youth (Under 18) Adults (18+) Older Adults (55+) Intellectual/Developmental Disability Physical Disability Memory Condition Challenging Behaviors Medical Support Needs Activities of Daily Living Assistance (ADL's) Mental Health Condition Deaf/Hard of Hearing Medicaid/Waivers Long Term Insurance

Program Description

The DDRC Works to create opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families to participate fully in their community. DDRC is the designated Community Centered Board for Jefferson, Gilpin, Clear Creek and Summit Counties serving children and adults with developmental disabilities and providing support to their families.

Programs Available

DDRC provides a wide array of services funded through Medicaid Waiver, State and local funding. The basic types of services include but are not limited to the following: Service coordination and early intervention services for infants and toddlers, In home services and supports Day habilitation, vocational services, job coaching and employment, Community connections support, Residential services including apartment living, host homes and group homes; Family caregiver services and supports, Behavioral health services, Therapeutic Recreation, Computer lab and technology support, Case Management/Resource Coordination Services

Ages Served

All ages

Areas Served

Denver metro area, Jefferson, Gilpin, Summit Counties

Disability/Needs Served

I/DD population


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