Rocky Mountain Sibs offers programs for a wide range of Colorado siblings.


Sibshops are pedal-to-the-metal events where young siblings will meet other sibs (usually for the first time), have fun, laugh, talk about the good and not-so-good parts of having a sib with special needs, play some great games, learn something about the services their brothers and sister receive, and have some more fun.

  • Meet other sibs (usually for the first time);
  • Have fun;
  • Talk about the good and not-so-good parts of having a sib with special needs with others who “get it”;
  • Play some great games;
  • Explore how other brother and sisters handle sticky situations sometimes faced by brothers and sisters;
  • Laugh
  • Learn about the services their brothers and sister receive; and
  • Have some more fun!


ALPS is a series of inclusive leadership training sessions for siblings, as well as caregivers and self-advocates, to acquire the necessary skills to promote change at the local, state, and national level by becoming allies with policymakers and protect the rights of those within the IDD community.

This training program is for adult and teenage siblings, caregivers, and self advocates.

No experience or prior knowledge necessary!

There is no cost to attend!


Sibs in the City is a support group for adult siblings over the age of 18 that aims to connect siblings with each other and provide resources, activities, presentations, and networking. Some events are recommended for 21+ only.

Join the Sibs in the City Facebook Group or see our upcoming events calendar below.

Rocky Mountain Sibs Events Calendar