Our Approach

The Arc of the Central Mountains is a very solutions-based entity. We find great success when we collaborate, and problem solve to find positive solutions and growth opportunities for individuals, families and organizations. We have a sincere admiration for the diversity of demographics within the 4 counties we serve and utilize these strengths when building good communication and relationships within our communities. The Arc of the Central Mountains will always take the initial steps of positive respectful best practice to best serve your needs.


Meet the Team

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Jill Pidcock

Executive Director

Jill Pidcock is the Executive Director of the Arc of the Central Mountains. Jill serves on several Board of Directors and Committees to further her efforts to increase awareness and put plans and services into action through such organizations as; Colorado Collaboration for Autism and other Neurological Disability Options (CO-CANDO), Family Supports and Services Program for the local Community Centered Board, the Early Dispute Resolution Advisory Board and a facilitator for Parents Encouraging Parents (PEP) both programs are managed by the Colorado Department of Education.

Jill is a wife and mother of 2 sons, the oldest of which was identified with autism at the age of 2 yrs. Along with her husband, they work tirelessly to create a community friendly lifestyle that is accessible, accommodating and accepting of their son. When she's not advocating, you can find Reverend Jill officiating weddings throughout the Roaring Fork Valley.


Maribel Obreque

Business Manager

Maribel manages systems within the office and coordinates many of our social media platforms. Maribel also assist Jill with translation and interpretation and has quickly become a client navigator helping families better understand Special Education and identify resources within the community. Currently, she is in school studying business with an emphasis in non-profit management.

Maribel lives in Glenwood Springs with her husband and two children, both of whom are on the autism spectrum. When she and her husband aren't advocating for their children, you can find her up and down adventuring and exploring all the Roaring Fork Valley has to offer or compulsively crafting.