Mission Statement

Serving children and adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities, recognizing their worth, affirming their ability to contribute, and striving to promote dignity in all relationships.

We’re Hiring!

We currently have positions available in both Denver and Colorado Springs. Click here to see open positions and apply. The process is so easy you will soon be on your way to help change the lives of adults and children as they realize their potential!
RoundUp Open Positions

Coronavirus: Staying Healthy Together

The outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the important preemptive measures to contain it has had a significant impact on Round Up Fellowship communities located in Denver and Colorado Springs. Given that COVID-19 presents a high risk to people with disabilities, and others with complex medical conditions, we know  how important it is that we all work together and do what we can to keep each other healthy and safe.

RoundUp is committed to keeping our clients and staff healthy so we continue to take the following measures:

  • Required daily temperature checks
  • Daily COVID-19 screenings for all staff and clients
  • Face coverings are required
  • Regular hand washing and ongoing hand washing education
  • Daily cleaning and sanitizing of all high touch areas, including RoundUp vehicles
  • Keeping all gatherings to small groups

Please check these resources for more information:

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

The Centers of Disease and Prevention Control

Mental Health Colorado

About Us

Roundup Fellowship is a non-profit organization serving children and adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities and associated behavior problems since 1973. Our goal is to promote dignity in all relationships while helping people with disabilities become as productive and independent as possible. Roundup Fellowship is dedicated to providing a genuine community alternative to people with conditions such as autism, down syndrome, cerebral palsy and epilepsy, or those who display physical aggression or self-abusiveness.

It is our belief that people who have severe disabilities, mental or behavioral health challenges can redirect behaviors through the use of supportive teaching and appropriate behavioral techniques. Through our home and community based programs, we help develop the skills and attitudes needed for people to be successful at home, in school, on the job, and in society.

AmazonSmile Foundation



Thank you Essex Financial Group!

Thank you so much for providing Christmas presents to the adults and children we serve. You made their holiday extra special and their smiles even bigger!