CCBs are nonprofit organizations created by the Colorado legislature to determine eligibility of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities within a specific geographical district. Currently designated in statute as the single entry point into the long-term service and support system for persons with developmental disabilities, the State contracts with twenty CCBs to deliver community-based services. Each CCB has a non-overlapping geographic service region of one to ten counties. CCBs are responsible for case management services, eligibility determination, service plan development, arrangement for services, monitoring, and many other functions. Additionally, CCBs are responsible for assessing service needs and developing plans to meet those needs of their local service area.
For a list of all the CCBs in Colorado visit the Colorado Department of Human Services’ website.