It's never too early, or too late, to begin the journey to independence! TRE is proud to offer a wide variety of supports and services for people of all ages who have a developmental disability.
Early Intervention | Children's Extensive Support | Family Support Services | Break Time Community Coordination | Supported Living Services
Comprehensive Services | Resource Navigation| New Heights Behavioral Health
Early Intervention (EI) provides developmental supports and services to children birth through 3 years of age, who have special developmental needs. It can help improve a child's ability to develop and learn. View one Early Intervention family's story here.
Children's Extensive Support (CES) is for children who have extensive behavioral and/or medical conditions and require significant support daily, this program assists families to pay for additional therapies, equipment, home modifications, household services, and more.
The Family Support Services Program (FSSP) includes such services as, but not limited to: information and referrals to community resources, advocacy (in schools or at job sites, etc.), coordination of supports and intervention. Please click on the Family Support link above for more details about this program. View the Daniels' family story here.
Break Time is a community respite program that fills a critical need in our community for families with children who have special needs, such as severe developmental or physical disabilities, or severe behavioral needs. The program’s primary goal is to significantly reduce the stressors faced by many families who have children with special needs.
Community Coordination, also known as Case Management or Resource Coordination, is an individually centered, family and community focused service in which programs and resources are coordinated to enhance people's lives. View one of our extraordinary client's story here.
The Supported Living Services Program (SLS) allows individuals to customize the specific services and supports they need most so that they may live either independently or semi-independently with the support of family members at home. The SLS program at TRE is a Medicaid Waiver program and carries some restrictions and limitations.
Comprehensive Services are designed for adults who need more intensive supervision and assistance in their daily lives. Participants in this program work with a provider agency to meet their residential needs and more.
Resource Navigation TRE is committed to helping families find and connect with resources in the community.
New Heights Behavioral Health offers individual, family, and group therapy for children and adults with developmental/intellectual disabilities experiencing maladaptive behaviors, depression, anxiety, ADHD, OCD, Bipoloar Disorder, and many other psychological and behaviorial disorders.
For more information about Colorado's DD System governance, Medicaid, or Programs, visit the following sites:
Colorado Department of Health Care Policy & Financing (HCPF)
Colorado Department of Human Services: Division for Developmental Disabilities (DDD)