Services for independent living
African American Autism Center
Who they are: A center providing teens and young adults on the spectrum with community activities, events and training to ease the transition to adulthood as well as relevant vocational opportunities.
What they offer: Organic gardening, food preparation and wilderness exploration, and a special needs summer camp which gives those with autism a chance to enjoy everything from fishing to camping in a safe environment.
Location: Denver, Coloradoafricanamerautism@gmail.com
Independent Living Experience
Who they are: A center offering a selection of services designed to help those with special needs live fully independent lives.
What they offer: Customized programs to suit the unique needs of each individual ensuring they have the tools and resources needed to enjoy independent living. The Independent Living Experience makes sure individuals with special needs have a strong circle of support to achieve their goals and succeed
Location: Denver, Colorado855-664-9333 email@example.com
Mountain Valley Developmental Services
Who they are: A center providing the necessary resources for those with special needs to live and work independently.
What they offer:A range of employment and vocational support services including job development and exploration, as well as skills training to pave the way for inclusive employment. In addition those with special needs have the option to work at the Mountain Valley greenhouse and gift store.
Location:Glenwood Springs, Colorado(970) 945-2306 firstname.lastname@example.org
Who they are: A center aiming to ensure that those with special needs and other disabilities have a sustainable future by helping them cultivate the necessary social skills and interpersonal skills to enjoy an independent life.
What they offer: A coffee bar where individuals with autism can work and gain hospitality industry experience while also learning about bookkeeping and management. Other programs include Artism, an art program for young adults with autism. Artism is run by an art therapist and gives those with special needs the opportunity to explore their creative side. Pals is their program to develop social and vocational skills.
Special Education Advocates
Contact details: 303-831-7733
Autism Society of Colorado
Contact details: (720) 214-0794 email@example.com
Peak Parent Center
Colorado Springs, CO
Contact details: 800-284-0251 firstname.lastname@example.org
Family Voices Colorado
Contact details: 800-881-8272 email@example.com
Autism Diagnosis Centers
Contact details: 303 322 90002
Growing Minds Autism Programs
Contact details: 772 206 0993 firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact details: email@example.com
Wolff Child Psychology
Contact details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope Farms Project
Contact details: 720 217 2959 email@example.com
Pikes Peak Therapeutic Riding Center
Contact details: 719 495 3908
Music Therapy Rocks
Contact details: 719 360 8420
Child Development Center of Colorado Springs
Colorado Springs, CO
Contact details: 719 574 8300 firstname.lastname@example.org