Autism Navigation Center

Autism Navigation Center: The Autism Society of Colorado is committed to helping people on the autism spectrum attain the highest quality of life. One of the main ways this mission is achieved is through connecting people to the community resources they need. Families and individuals face a number of systemic barriers when they’re trying to access care. Whether it’s therapies, education, medical care, utilizing insurance or getting proper insurance coverage, our navigation center streamlines the process and shares the journey with all those affected by autism across the state.

Over 45,000 people contacted the Autism Society of Colorado’s Navigation Center in 2015 from professionals, providers, community organizations and families.These relationships include crisis calls, e-mail inquiries, and walk-in visitors. Inquiries for help are dramatically increasing due to amplified awareness of autism and recognition of ASC as the “go-to” resource. We offer compassionate support, as well as advice on accessing programs and resources across Colorado.

Our database is an amazing source of information for families looking for autism services. Many times families contact us not knowing what they need, and that’s ok! Our professional Navigators take the time to understand your unique situation and find resources that will work for you and your family. Every individual with autism is different, so no two calls are the same!

ASC is upgrading our resource pages to a searchable provider database. If you would like to be added to this database, please add your information to The Autism Society's on-line referral database located at To add your organization's information to Autism Source, go to the search page of the database and click "ADD MY ORGANIZATION". This will take you to the edit page where you can add information and then click Submit. Please remember that accurate, updated contact information and desriptions are of the most use to our families.
If you have any questions, or would like more information, please e-mail

For more information on the Autism Navigation Center or to speak to one of our Autism Navigators, please fill out an initial intake form, email or call 720-214-0794.