Our mission revolves around lasting growth. We are fortunate to be supported by a community that strives to provide the best resources, opportunities, and events for Individuals with IDD to help accomplish that mission.

Here, we’ve compiled some of the resources our Host Home Providers use to foster growth in the Individuals in their care. If you know of additional resources, information, or events that should be added to this library, please contact us.


Family Caregiver Option

We help guide families through their choices for providing care for their IDD children who are 18 and over. In 2008, Colorado established the Family Caregiver Act, which provides broader choices for Individuals who are already receiving services funded by the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing (HCPF), in terms of where and from whom services are received. Eligible family members who meet state requirements can be paid for providing this care. Learn more about the Family Caregiver Act.

Activities and Opportunities

Zero Fare for Better Air – Ride RTD for Free

During July and August, RTD will offer zero fares across its system as part of the Zero Fare for Better Air initiative. This collaborative, statewide initiative, in partnership with the Colorado Energy Office, is designed to reduce ground-level ozone by increasing the use of public transit. Current RTD customers will not have to use or purchase fare products from July 1 – August 31, during Colorado’s high ozone season.

Promise Ranch Offers Internships for IDD Young Adults

Learn work skills and get paid while spending time around horses. Promise Ranch is offering facility maintenance, custodial, and gardening/landscaping opportunities.

Looking to Travel this Summer? Check out Another World Travel

Providing vacation opportunities for adults with developmental differences.

Colorado State University Center for Community Partnerships

CSU offers its Empowerment Program through which young, neurodiverse Individuals can learn job skills and even receive industry-specific certification. Its Belong Program offers opportunities to develop independent living skills.

Road Trip! See Colorado

The Traveling Gnomes offer inclusive, accessible, sustainable road trips throughout Colorado for neurodiverse adventure seekers. All abilities are welcome.

Learn to Work With Dogs

Soul Dogs, Inc. offers daily outings, skills groups, job training, small animal care, service dog training and certification, creative arts, music, games.


Resources, News & Events

Living with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Applying For and Maintaining Social Security Benefits

Alliance Colorado Resources and Events 

Developmental Pathways Information for IDD Individuals

Developmental Pathways News and Events

Rocky Mountain Human Services Resources and Events 

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About Us

Evergreen Service Providers is a small, non-profit, 501 (c)(3) agency. Based in Arvada, Colorado, we’ve been serving Individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities since 1991.

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Evergreen Service Providers
5460 Ward Rd # 230
Arvada, CO 80002
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