Center for Community Partnerships

Department of Occupational Therapy

UPDATED: September 10, 2018

CCP is a fee-for-service program that provides comprehensive and individualized services for youth and adults with disabilities and/or challenges as they pursue education, employment, independent living, recreational and community access goals. CCP's Opportunity for Postsecondary Success program provides supports and services to Colorado State University Students with autism promoting academic and college life success. Young adults who have completed high school and would like to gain a better understanding of self and consider employment or higher education in their future, can enroll in our continuing education Empowerment class (2 semester class 4 hours a week with internships second semester). High school students can participate in the summer THRIVE class to build employability skills. High school students with IDD in the Poudre School District can participate in the Project Search transition program and experience internships which lead to a career job in a healthcare setting.

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320 Occupational Therapy Bldg, Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523
United States



(970) 491-5930



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