BethelCare

About Us

Welcome to The BethelCare

To support persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) to grow, develop and build independence through residential and communitybased services..

ORGANIZATION

BethelCare LLC is a Colorado owned and operated business registered with the Colorado Secretary of State. The organization is founded  and is dedicated to supporting persons with IDD to build skills and effectively integrate into their community.

Our Mission

The mission of BethelCare LLC is to support to persons with intellectual and developmental
disabilities (IDD) to grow, develop and build independence through residential and communitybased services.

What We Do

Our 6-D Process

01.

Host Home Program

Adult Host Home program provides individualized living situations to people who can benefit from living in the private home of a family or individual. Individuals enjoy living in a family setting, engaging in community activities and sharing household responsibilities. 

02.

​Community Living Services

Community Living Services are provided for individuals who receive funding through the Home and Community Based Medicaid Waiver. 

03.

Individual Employment Program:

Individual Employment Program provides support and services to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to obtain and maintain employment in the Denver Metro competitive labor force.

04.

​Family, Infant, and Toddler (FIT) Program

The Family, Infant, and Toddler (FIT) program offers therapeutic services for children from birth to age three who have developmental disabilities or are identified as being at-risk for developmental delays.

05.

CALABRESE YOUTH CENTER

This therapeutic program, offering the highest levels of individualized care, is designed to assist youth to resolve social, emotional, and behavioral problems so they can transition to less restrictive residential settings.

Why Choose Us?

To support persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) to grow, develop and build independence through residential and communitybased services..

Adult Day programs utilize Laradon’s expansive Denver campus and community sites to provide learning opportunities, skill-building activities, develop meaningful and on-going social relationships and to promote independence in all aspects of daily living. Individualized programs are designed to accommodate and support specific challenges a person might face as they strive to achieve their full potential. 

 (CES) Department offers a wide variety of services that are tailored to fit individual employment and community inclusion goals of adults with developmental and other disabilities. Work programs focus on skill acquisition, job search and retention. The focus of community participation is volunteer work and involvement in other valued aspects of community life.

Community Living Services are provided for individuals who receive funding through the Home and Community Based Medicaid Waiver. Services are individualized for each person; however, some common areas of support and skill development include:

  • ​Medical care
  • Social skills
  • Community skills
  • Daily living skills
  • Safety skills

The Family, Infant, and Toddler (FIT) program offers therapeutic services for children from birth to age three who have developmental disabilities or are identified as being at-risk for developmental delays. Services focus on all the basic and new skills that children learn during the first three years of life. Many children who receive early intervention services do not require special education or other services later in life.