Indianapolis-based Hopebridge Autism Therapy Centers is expanding into Colorado with six new Denver area locations beginning next month. Hopebridge says the expansion is part of a continuing effort to meet the growing need for autism services across the country.
Hopebridge says the new centers will create more than 325 jobs throughout Colorado. The staff will consist of Board Certified Behavioral Analysts, registered behavior technicians, and clinical psychologists, among others.
“Every child with autism deserves to receive the care they need to live their best life,” said Hopebridge Chief Executive Officer Dennis May. “At Hopebridge, our goal is to make it easier and faster to receive that care. Hopebridge services have provided hope for thousands of children across the country, and we are thrilled to make it accessible to more families in Colorado.”
Hopebridge says it blends evidence-backed interventions like ABA therapy with other essential services to families living with autism.
Hopebridge operates in six states, including Indiana, Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Kentucky and Ohio.