If your child is eligible for AzEIP services and there is a belief they may also be eligible for services under Arizona Schools for Deaf and Blind (ASDB) or DES: Division of Developmental Disabilities, your Service Coordinator will assist you with applying to those programs.
How to access services:
If you have any concerns related to your child’s development, you can always contact us at High Country Early Intervention, Inc. To complete a formal referral for your child, or just to talk, contact us by phone (928-776-9285), fax (928-776-7753), or complete an on-line referral by clicking here.
Once a referral is made a HCEI, Inc. Service Coordinator will contact you to schedule an initial visit (at a time and place convenient for you) to discuss our program and screen your child to determine a need for a full evaluation. If your child is found eligible for State AzEIP services your Service Coordinator will schedule a meeting with you to develop your Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) that will address your family’s needs, concerns and priorities related to enhancing your child’s development. If your child is not eligible under State AzEIP guidelines, your Service Coordinator will assist you in identifying and securing other services your child may be eligible for.
Should your child also be eligible for service under DES: Division of Developmental Disabilities or Arizona Schools for the Deaf and Blind, HCEI, Inc. will assist you in securing those services.
A referral can be made by phone, fax, mail or click here to make an online referral.