Behavior Resources for Adaptive Needs in the Community and Home (BRANCH)

A program focused on autism and trauma, as well as through the incorporation of both individual and family therapy.

About

High-needs kids sometimes require specialized support at home. Behavior Resources for Adaptive Needs in the Community and Home (BRANCH) works with children aged 5-18 with mild to moderate autism spectrum disorder, developmental disorders, or intellectual disabilities, and additional mental health needs.

BRANCH is unique from other autism services in its focuses on autism and trauma, as well as through the incorporation of both individual and family therapy. On average, clients engage in BRANCH for 8-14 hours per week.

Our team works with families to provide behavioral interventions for a period of one to three years, depending on the family’s need and Medicaid approval. Services are provided in a variety of settings including in the home, at school, and within other community settings.

Caregivers play a large role in this therapeutic process. The BRANCH team works closely with families and caregivers to teach them interventions that increase and sustain child and family stability.

Services

Mental Health - Psychology
Health Advocacy
Education Advocacy
Parent Coaching
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Service Areas

Denver Metro

Ages

Children (6-12)
Teenagers (13-20)

Languages

English

Finances

Medicaid (Health First CO)
Kaiser Permanente

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Locations

Center-Based
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