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Facilities / Services and Supports

Facilities :

Intermediate Care Facility (ICF)  Pace, Zuni, Aspen, Fir, Oak Spruce, Meyer North, and Meyer South

Capacity: 46 People

The Intermediate Care program serves a very diverse population from people who have high abilities but high risk to community or self; to others with low ability and significant medical challenges. Programs are individualized to meet the varying needs, and to work towards personal outcomes for all people.


Home Community Based (HCB-DD) 10 group homes, scattered throughout the Grand Valley

Capacity: 56 People

 Like the ICF program, the Community program also serves a diverse population. Each home has supports that are priority to the people living there, from mental health intervention to specialized habilitation, which addresses range of motion or other sensory needs. Four to eight people live at each home, with an effort to strive towards community affiliation.



Services and Supports:

  • Residential Services
  • Day Program, vocational and specialized habilitation
  • Health Services - Physician, RN, Pharmacy, Dental, and Vision
  • Nutritional Services
  • Psychology Services, including Psychiatric
  • Speech Pathology Services
  • Therapeutic Recreation and Community Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy and Adaptive Equipment Services – some of the most “tricked out” wheelchairs in the Western Slope and State
  • Case Management And Social Work Services
  • Quality Assurance and Investigation Services
  • All direct care staff are licensed as Psychiatric Technicians, by the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA), the Nursing Board
  • Many of the direct care staff also have additional “endorsement” of specialized Mental Health training after completing a 15 week program, for college credit through partnership with Mesa State College
  • Average staff retention of 20 years – stability and people who enjoy their job



 GJRC Services and Supports