• Consolidation continues in tumultuous behavioral health field

    September 2, 2018 Emily Bregel Arizona Daily Star In an effort to survive anticipated payment cuts, and an impending major transformation of the Medicaid system in Arizona, two more Tucson human services providers have consolidated their operations. Intermountain Centers for Human Development has absorbed the assets and liabilities of Community Partners Inc. The two nonprofits...

  • Craig A. Norris Tapped as Executive VP & COO

    Norris Tapped as Executive VP & COO TUCSON, AZ – August 30, 2018 – Intermountain Centers today announced that Craig A. Norris has been appointed executive vice president & chief operating officer and will oversee the operations of Intermountain and the recently acquired Community Partners, Inc. Norris is a senior level executive with over 20-years...

  • ALERT: Important Changes to Arizona Tax Credits

    Courtesy of BeachFleischman CPAs On August 23, 2018, the IRS released some much anticipated regulations to address the various state tax credits available to taxpayers. The resulting rules will have a significant impact on the Federal tax treatment of the various Arizona charitable tax credits. The effective date of these rules are proposed to apply...

  • Intermountain Centers and Community Partners, Inc. Consolidate

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact:  Paul O’Rourke (520) 721-1887 x-1149 porourke@ichd.net   TUCSON, AZ (August 24, 2018) – Intermountain Centers announced today that it has become the sole member of Community Partners Inc., thus creating one of the largest and most robust integrated care systems in Arizona.  The merging of these two agencies will provide an...

  • Therapy on the Range

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  • Newsletter – May 2018

    Stars Around Us Raises $60k — New Building for the Academy is Urgently Needed — Second Annual Ninja Warrior Days — 2018 Conference Provides Opportunities to Learn and Engage — ‘Market on the Move,’ Saturday, June 2nd — Generous Supporters — Intermountain Centers Company Store...

  • CEO Rose Lopez – Inspiring, Innovative, Strategic, Creative

    By Valerie Vinyard It takes someone exceptional to run one of the largest nonprofits in Tucson. Fortunately for Intermountain Centers for Human Development, President and CEO Rose Lopez appears to have things well in hand. Though Intermountain reported a $30 million budget last year, many Tucsonans are unfamiliar with the 45-year-old organization. Its 20 or...

  • Intermountain Academy

    Providing Mental Health Care for 45 Years

    By Valerie Vinyard In its 45 years, Intermountain Centers for Human Development has come a long, long way. The concept began as the Southwest Indian Youth Center, a community-based, federal grant-funded program on Mount Lemmon for adjudicated American Indian youth. For nearly four years, 70 male teenagers from 18 communities in Arizona, Nevada and Utah...

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