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Intermountain Centers (Intermountain) provides the highest quality, evidence-based health and human services to facilitate self-sufficiency for individuals in their own communities and cultural contexts. Intermountain strives to be a model for health and human service organizations.

Intermountain bases its approach on empirical behavioral principles.
Programs are flexible, individualized and built to maximize preventative and positive practices. Staff personnel are dedicated to developing diversity and cultural competence in identifying and supporting cultural context related to individual needs, strengths and goals. Programs are not restrictive to race, ethnicity, religion, gender or gender preference.

 In 2013 Intermountain assumed the operation of the Covert School
which was located on the campus of the Arizona Children’s Association in Tucson, renaming the facility the Intermountain Academy. During the first semester, thirty Emotionally Disabled (ED) youth, most of whom were referred from their home school districts, attended the Academy.

 In the fall semester of 2013, Intermountain Academy expanded its program base to include children diagnosed with autism and moved its facility to a larger venue, a former public school in midtown Tucson. Accredited by the North Central Association, the Academy curriculum is aligned with the Common Core Standards and employs positive reinforcement, to create an environment that works for each individual child.

Board of Directors

Brandt Hazen- Chairman | Brett Rustand- Vice Chair | Michael D. Nagle, JD- Secretary | Gregory A. Bryson, AIF- Treasurer  

Carey A. Beranek, MS, BCBA/LBA- Director | Judith E. Favell, PhD, BCBA-D- Director | Joseph A. Gentry, PhD, BCBA-D- Director

Bret Giles- Director | Leonard Nehrmeyer, CPA- Director | James Sakrison, JD- Director | GinaMarie K. Spencer- Director

Patricia Treeful- Director
Intermountain Centers
401 N. Bonita Ave
Tucson, AZ 85745

Phone: (520) 232-2900

Office Hours: 8am - 4pm
Intermountain Academy is a subsidiary of