Please click on any of the membership and partnership options to learn more about how you can be part of Colorado’s only IDD Association, whose members serve over 20,000 people with IDD and employ over 10,000 IDD professionals. If you fall under one of our membership categories and are interested in joining our association, we would love to meet with you to tell you about Alliance and the benefits our members enjoy. Contact Kylie Kampbell at email@example.com to learn more!
Colorado Community-Centered Board Membership
Program-Approved Service Agency Membership
Strategic Partners are vendors and businesses serving the IDD Community
Colorado Advocacy Network (CAN) members are nonprofit advocacy organizations, or established professional or trade associations, committed to strengthening community services and supports for people with IDD
Case Management Agency Membership. Accepting applications starting on July 1, 2023.
Learn about some of Alliance's member benefits in these short video tutorials by the Alliance staff.
What’s required to join Alliance?
At a minimum, all Alliance members are required to commit to strengthening supports and services for people with IDD by signing the Alliance Code of Ethics, participating in an in-person interview and Member Benefits Presentation, and pass a 30-day review by our current membership. Some additional requirements are outlined on the membership webpages linked below.
Alliance Partnership Options:
Alliance State Forum Partners (Colorado State Departments)
Alliance Summit Exhibitors/Sponsors
Alliance is considering an individual membership subscription for anyone that does not fall under our current membership structure. Are you interested in an Alliance Membership Subscription? If so, let us know!
Alliance is a nonprofit, statewide association comprised of Intellectual and Developmental Disability (IDD) case management and provider agencies, and businesses serving the IDD community, and disability advocacy organizations.