Help Us Make a Difference

Intermountain Centers is firmly committed to addressing the needs of those we serve in individualized ways that integrates strength, culture, and greater independence. We need your help in creating positive new life skills and building lives for at-risk members of the Arizona communities we serve! Donations from individuals, foundations and corporations supply Intermountain with critically needed funds which enhance our members’ lives while they reside with Intermountain or receive out-patient support services. Consider making a donation today and you’ll make a world of difference to at-risk Arizonans of all ages!

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Who We Are

Intermountain Centers is licensed by the State of Arizona to provide services for the state’s at-risk populations in group homes, foster homes, outpatient services and independent living settings. Serving over 5,000 members each year, the approximately 500 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.
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  • Group Homes
  • Home Centered Training for Home Centered Clients/HCTC
  • Outpatient In-Home and In-Office Services
  • Intensive In-Home Wraparound
  • Therapeutic Day Program
  • School for Children Diagnosed with Autism
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Intermountain Academy

Intermountain Academy

The Intermountain Academy offers the greater Tucson community a positive teaching environment for youth with specialized needs – a school that builds on each child’s strengths and interests. The Academy currently supports children with autism (grades K-12) with the provision of measurable academic achievement following an Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) model.
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  • Classroom Instruction
  • Opportunities for Accelerated Curriculum
  • Behavior Assessment and Behavior Intervention Plan Development
  • Monitoring IEP and Reporting Goal Progress Back to the Home School
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