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The Community Outreach Program was developed in July of 2012 and includes the Community Outreach and Family Support Programs. The department serves as a venue for support to individuals with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities and Delays (I/DD’s) and their families with unmet needs living in Douglas or Arapahoe Counties including the entire city of Aurora. County Mill Levy funds, state funds, grants, and donations are used to assure that any person waiting for services has the opportunity to connect with systems or supports to meet their specific needs. Individuals, families, professionals, and the community join together in this process designed to address health and safety concerns, respond to emergencies, or simply enhance the quality of life for qualifying individuals.

For questions or to enroll in the Community Outreach Program

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Business Hours
Monday-Thursday | 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM (MST)


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Key Leadership

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Cindy Lichti

Vice President of Developmental Pathways

Cindy joined the DP team in August 1979 and has responsibility for leading the programmatic services and supports offered through Community Outreach and Early Intervention.  Having devoted her career to working in behalf of people with developmental disabilities and delays she has experience in running or overseeing every service/program within the agency.  She is skilled and highly trained in management and supervision, developmental disabilities and early childhood rules and regulations, complex Medicaid Waiver implementation and oversight, budget management and non-profit leadership.  Cindy proudly holds a Bachelors of Arts Degree with an emphasis in Social Work from Colorado State University and a Masters of Public Administration for the University of Colorado at Denver.


Darcy Tibbles

Director of Community Engagement

Darcy joined Developmental Pathways in 2006 and has served in multiple roles, most recently as the Director of Program Quality.  She has nearly 20 years of professional experience in operations, leadership, project management, and customer service and support.   Darcy is devoted to supporting her department in fulfilling the vision and mission of Developmental Pathways through person-and-family-centered practices.