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Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) Community Investments

The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) allows a variety of expenditures to support persons with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Douglas County has established an initiative to identify ways that ARPA funding could be used to fill gaps in services to this population, particularly in regard to housing, transportation, employment, day programs, and respite.

ARPA funds may be used to augment the existing services provided through the Developmental Disabilities Mill Levy, which is a one-mill property tax dedicated to services for persons with developmental disabilities that was established in 2001. More information about this funding source and its implementation can be found by clicking here.

Authorized Expenditures

Wellspring Community

Wellspring Community proposes a partnership with Douglas County to create a housing solution for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) through the acquisition and renovation of property at 884 Park Street in Castle Rock for approximately 35 apartment units where adults with IDD can live independently.

Wellspring community and Douglas County announce partnership to tackle housing for adults with i-dd 

Arapahoe Community College (ACC)

ACC proposes $350,000 in funding for its Rising Together in Search of Excellence (RISE) Program and Elevate Program, which provide scholarships and educational support for ACC students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

ACC Rising Together in Search of Excellence (RISE) Program and Elevate Program