|Division of Developmental Disabilities
Courtney Tarver, J.D.
department’s Division of Intellectual Disabilities Services ID is now named the
Division of Developmental Disabilities DD. Individuals with an ID and their families
will continue to access services as before. The only change we have made to date is our name.
Intellectual disabilities services and supports may range from information and referral, to
case management or hourly services, to maximum supports that provide 24-hour care.
DD provides a comprehensive array of services and supports
to individuals with intellectual disabilities and their families in the state through contractual
arrangements with community agencies, five regional community
services offices, and three comprehensive support service teams
that assist with behavioral, medical, psychiatric and dental
services and supports. The DD Central Office Staff provides
oversight and support in planning, service coordination, service
delivery, fiscal operations, contracts, eligibility,
monitoring/quality enhancement of services, and the monitoring
and certification of all community agencies that provide
services to individuals with intellectual disabilities. A DD
Coordinating Subcommittee, comprised of consumers, families,
service providers and other leaders in the field, assists the
division in setting and prioritizing service goals based upon
needs of individuals and budgetary considerations.
Intellectual Disabilities Service Providers
Regional Community Service Offices
Waiting List: Process For Enrollment brochure
Self-Directed Service Option brochure
Comprehensive Support Services
310 Boards Strategic Plans
Coordinating Subcommittee Meeting Summaries
ADMH Continuing Education Website for Mental Health Providers and Professionals
DD Subcommittee Strategic Planning - New Horizons for Challenging Times