Serving Southwest Colorado's children

and adults with disabilities and

their families since 1985. 

Colorado's Early Intervention Program: The goal of Colorado's Early Intervention system is to “open a window of opportunity” for families to help their children with special needs develop to their full potential. 

Program Colorado Interagency Coordination Council is mandated by federal law and is appointed by the governor to advise and assist the lead agency to implement the requirements of Part C of theIndividuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

Parent to Parent of Colorado:One to one parent matching, Up-to-date information and referral, Listserv linking parents throughout the state, Quarterly newsletter, Resource packed website including support groups throughout the state and Parent Wisdom files.
National Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center

National Dissemination Center  

EI Funding Sources Phone Numbers 

Please note that families must be determined eligible by the individual programs.
Health First Colorado (Colorado's Medicaid Program)

State health insurance for children and adults. Eligibility is based on family income and medical diagnosis.
CHP+ (Children's Health Plan+) 
970-247-5702 x 208
A low cost insurance plan for children who are: not eligible for Medicaid; Colorado residents; financially eligible; US citizens

SSI (Supplemental Security Income)
Income through Social Security for families/individuals who are financially eligible and determined disabled.

HCP (Health Care Program for Children with Special Needs)
970-247-5702 x 208
HCP seeks to improve the health of Colorado's children by providing information and resources on financial assistance to families with children, birth to 21, living in Colorado, whose parents meet financial guidelines and whose condition is medically eligible.

State & Federal Early Intervention Contacts