Intermountain is licensed by the State of Arizona to provide many services for the State’s at-risk populations in group homes, foster homes, and independent living settings. Serving over 3,000 individuals each year in Arizona, the approximately 350 staff members (most of whom are program staff) are dedicated to providing the highest quality, community-based, individualized services in the most cost-effective manner to the at-risk individuals referred to Intermountain for services. For forty years, Intermountain has been a leader in developing innovative, strength-based services for children and adults, in a culturally appropriate manner. Each child or adult served receives individualized support services to address critical deficiencies which are inhibiting their ability to live in the community on their own and/or provide for their families.
Intermountain is proud to have developed behavior health initiatives that have impacted the system:
Home Centered Training for Home Centered Clients/HCTC (formerly Therapeutic Foster Care)
Intensive In-Home Wraparound
Therapeutic Day Program
School for Children Diagnosed with Autism – less