Rachael Performs in a Spring Concert!

We want to celebrate Rachael’s latest achievement! Rachael recently performed in the Spring Concert with A Positive Note. A Positive Note or APN is a music making program designed for individuals with disabilities in Colorado Springs. At the concert, Rachael sang Colors of the Wind from the Disney movie Pocahontas. She also plays the piano both at APN and at home. Rachael has limited movement in one side of her body which includes one of her hands, but she doesn’t let that stop her from rocking out on the keyboard! Rachael has been playing the piano since she was a toddler, and she has been going to APN rehearsals every Saturday for 17 years. She says, playing the piano makes her feel really happy, very full of energy, and she never wants to stop. Rachael is a great example of moving past perceived boundaries of capability. Congratulations, Rachael! Thanks for being a role model to all of us.




Eric Works at Ball Arena!

We want to congratulate and highlight Eric’s work at Ball Arena! Eric has been receiving services from Support Inc. for 2 years and has enjoyed his time working with our agency. We want to take some time to spotlight Eric’s incredible employment accomplishment. Eric started working at Ball Arena in November 2022, and has excelled in his time working there. Eric oversees certain sections of the arena and assists people, so they are in the appropriate place, don’t go into sections they’re not supposed to, and don’t take alcohol past certain points in the stadium. Eric’s favorite part of the job is being able to socialize with people and interact with his local community. He also enjoys utilizing Access-A-Ride to independently get to and from his job. Eric also gets a front row seat to Nuggets and Avalanche games, plus concerts and shows! Although his job can be stressful at times, he loves the fun atmosphere that always exists within Ball Arena. The passion and dedication he has for his job is unmatched and an inspiration to us all. In his free time, Eric likes to watch movies, read, go for walks, go out to eat with his friends, and engage in photography. We look forward to watching Eric continue to grow and excel inside and outside his job at Ball Arena.



Intake Department News

The Intake Team recently hosted a Customer Service presentation! We talked about our goals and values when serving individuals and families. We also covered customer service techniques and how to provide top quality services. For more information on this presentation, please contact the Intake Team at intake@supportinc.com

In addition, we are searching for in-home respite providers! If you live anywhere along the Front Range and are open to providing respite in the family’s home, please email us at intake@supportinc.com

Last but not least, we continue to recruit host homes with wheelchair accessibility in the following counties- Jefferson, Pueblo, Larimer, Boulder and Weld. We are also searching for providers with behavioral/mental health experience. We will pay a one-time $300 referral bonus to anyone that refers friends or family to us! (For placements that last 90 days or longer). Thanks again for letting us be YOUR Intake Team! We greatly appreciate working with you all and hope to connect soon.

Recent News

Movie Night!

Support Inc. is partnering with Alliance, JFK Partners, The Sie/AJs Foundation, Global Down Syndrome Foundation, Mtn Valley (Glenwood Springs), and Laradon to host a move night of the Netflix original- Crip Camp!


Movie Night Details:

When: July 14th, at 4pm
Where: The Sie Film Center in Denver, CO
Additional Information: Capacity of 147 or 178 respectively. The documentary
licensing and discussion guide is free to the public, but RSVP needed. For more information, please contact info@supportinc.com

Thank you

National Nurses Week!

Every year from May 6th through May 12th we celebrate National Nurses Week!! This annual celebration recognizes the dedication of America’s nurses and honors them for taking care of us in our most vulnerable moments. National Nurses Week was first celebrated in 1954 to mark Florence Nightingale’s 100th birthday. Florence Nightingale was a British nurse, statistician and reformer known as the founder of modern nursing. Today we would like to recognize our AMAZING nurses, Morgan Struck and Heather Markham. I think we can all agree that we are very fortunate to have two such amazing nurses at Support, Inc. who constantly strive to ensure the individuals we serve are getting the best care possible and who also provide endlessly support to all that are providing that care. Thank you for all that you do, and we have no doubt that Florence would be very proud!

Welcome New hire

New Apartment Specific Coordinator

We are excited to announce and introduce the new Apartment Specific Coordinator who recently joined the Support Inc. family! Please read more about Rayna below.
“Hi, my name is Rayna! I received a bachelor’s degree in psychology as well as studio arts from Western State Colorado University. I first started my career working with at-risk youth in Denver as a counselor, and just recently joined Support Inc. as an Apartment Coordinator. I’m excited to learn all the ins and outs of this role and to use my skills and passion in mental health and human connection. When not working, I enjoy going on hikes, spending time with friends and pets, tattooing, and enjoying the zen of painting in my studio.”