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Organization: Foothills Gateway, Inc.

Foothills Gateway, Inc.

Foothills Gateway, Inc., is a private nonprofit organization that coordinates and provides services for Larimer County citizens with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families. Case management services are provided to help individuals identify and coordinate needed services and support. Early childhood intervention services are designed to meet the developmental needs of infants and toddlers, provide information and referrals, and advocate for the family. Family support services offer support funds to families with family members of any age who have intellectual/developmental disabilities and who are living at home. Community services provide employment, vocational and living-skills development. Transportation is provided for individuals between their home and program/work settings. Foothills Gateway also coordinates and/or provides residential services.

Case managers are the point of entry for individuals. We help determine eligibility for services and assist individuals and their families in getting connected with services and supports. Case managers coordinate and monitor the services being provided. We work with people receiving services through Foothills Gateway, agencies contracting with us, and people waiting for services.

Funding:

Nonprofit or governmental

Director:

Timothy O'Neill, Executive Director

Email:

info@foothillsgateway.org

Website:

http://www.foothillsgateway.org

Locations:

Foothills Gateway, Inc.

301 W. Skyway Drive
Fort Collins, CO 80525
(970) 226-2345 - Phone
(970) 226-2613 - Fax
Languages Spoken:  English, Spanish
Wheelchair accessible
Programs:
Foothills Gateway - Partnership With Touchstone Health Partners

Outpatient services in case management, counseling and psychotherapy provided to adult individuals in the Foothills Gateway system.

Foothills Gateway - Family Services

Services for families focus on maintaining family balance and helping to alleviate some of the stress that can impact the family. The Family Support Services Program (FSSP) provides information, support, coordination and funding to families that have one or more family members of any age with an intellectual/developmental disability living in the home. Examples of services that could be covered include respite, adaptive equipment and home modification.

Foothills Gateway - Adult Services

Services for adults (over age 18) are provided in Adult Supported Living and Adult Comprehensive Services (24/7 care) and Residential Services, along with Community Activities and Vocational Employment Services. For information about these programs, please contact us. Cost of services varies by program if an individual is wanting to private pay for services.

Adult Supported Living Services enable adult participants to make choices, receive needed services and live more independently in their own home or in the family home. Services available include case management, personal care, supported employment services, respite and day program services.

Adult Care Services provides families with temporary relief from ongoing caregiving for their adult family member with intellectual/developmental disabilities. Services are provided in a home-like setting and can be provided during the day or overnight. Participants in the program have opportunities to work on educational activities, cooking skills and other activities to increase their independence.

Residential participants can have living arrangements such as apartments or houses supported by agency staff, host families or,staffed houses.

Vocational Employment Services include Supported Employment or Pre-Vocational Services, in which individuals earn wages and learn valuable work skills.

Foothills Gateway - Children's Services

Services are available for children meeting eligibility requirements for each program. A case manager can help determine eligibility and answer questions.

Early Intervention Colorado and Foothills Gateway coordinate services for children who have intellectual/developmental disabilities or developmental delays. This program connects families with early intervention services such as occupational, speech or physical therapy to help children ages 0-3 years grow and develop and help their families in this process.

The Children's Extensive Support (CES) waiver program provides Medicaid-funded services and supports to children under age 18 with intellectual/developmental disabilities or developmental delays who have the most intensive behavioral and/or medical needs. Other services and supports that may be available include personal assistance services, professional services, behavioral services and home modifications.

Date record modified: 11/03/14

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