24 hour residential services


At To The Rescue Colorado, our mission is to improve the quality of lives through personalized and skilled services, specifically designed for each individual or organization. We specialize in providing services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

To The Rescue Colorado is a Program Approved Service Agency (PASA), certified by the State of Colorado, to provide a variety of services, including day program, community and in-home services for children and adults through the Family Caregiver program, employment services, transportation and residential housing.

Learn more about our services by following the links below.

supported community living


To The Rescue Colorado provides 24-hour residential housing and services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities who are on the DD Waiver. We offer a wide variety of host home options based on client preference; our homes are in neighborhoods close to community resources that include shopping, transportation and entertainment.

To the Rescue Colorado collaborates with families, individuals receiving services, and case managers to develop person centered solutions that meet the goals and preferences of our clients. New residential placements are monitored closely to ensure a good match between host home family and client. Open communication is stressed; alternative placements are available for individuals who request a move.

Our host home residents enjoy community living while receiving the support and supervision they require to remain happy and safe. Individualized support is available for activities of daily living such as meal preparation, medication administration, community activities, doctor visits, and transportation. Individuals in our residential program are actively involved in planning their daily routines and the services they need to be successful.

Our services include:

  • Life skills development
  • Opportunities to participate in day programs and supported employment programs
  • Supported access to community activities that reflect preferences of the client; shopping, eating out, visiting with friends, enjoying music/sports/entertainment venues, and going to church are a few examples
  • Transportation services
  • Family involvement and support
  • Medication management
  • 24-hour support
  • Quality assurance
24 hour residential services

Supported Living Services (SLS) and Children’s Extensive Services (CES)

To The Rescue Colorado is happy to be able to work with adults and children on the SLS and CES waivers through our Family Caregiver Program. The Family Caregiver Program permits a family member, friend or neighbor to deliver the necessary services to the individual in services. Services may be home or community based services, depending on the preference of the individual in services and their family members. To The Rescue Colorado provides full training to the family member or friend to be able to meet the requirements of the position. To The Rescue Colorado also holds a Class B License for unskilled care, issued through the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. This license permits us to certify caregivers to provide hands-on care in the home.

Services provided include:

  • Personal care (SLS)
  • Respite
  • Enhanced homemaking
  • Community connector (CES)
  • Mentorship (SLS)
supported community living

Employment Services

At To The Rescue Colorado, we offer employment services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities who experience barriers to finding employment. We work with individuals receiving services through their SLS or DD waivers as well as with individuals receiving services through the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation. We provide a range of support services, including personalized job searches, skill building, job development and job coaching. Our goal is to create workplaces where individuals of all abilities can thrive and to ensure that individuals with disabilities have opportunities to work and grow in their chosen career field.

employment services

Adult Day Program

Our adult day programs help individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities develop life skills that support their independence at home and in the community.

Our day program is available to adults, ages 18 and older. We offer a base site as well as several community excursions each day. Our base site is handicapped-accessible, and we offer wheelchair accessible vehicles to transport participants to and from home as well as to and from community outings during the day. We offer Supported Community Connection Services as well as Specialized Habilitation Services.

We always welcome tours and visits so you can become familiar with the building and all the programs we offer. To become familiar with the programs we offer, contact To The Rescue Colorado today!

We focus on many different skills and areas, including:

  • Physical and emotional health
  • Language and communication development
  • Intellectual and cognitive functioning
  • Socialization
  • Community integration
  • Behavior management
  • Daily living activities
  • Responsibility
  • Mobility
  • Self-advocacy skills
Day habilitation program


At To The Rescue, we provide safe and reliable transportation services for our day program participants. To The Rescue Colorado also provides transportation to Douglas County residents who qualify for grant transportation geared to assisting seniors and individuals with disabilities get to medical appointments, the grocery store, and to work. Riders appreciate our well-maintained, comfortable and accessible vehicles, and we are licensed, bonded and insured.

Our fleet of vehicles includes:

  • Standard size vehicles
  • Minivans and passenger vans
  • Wheelchair accessible vehicles
  • Mini buses