Apr 3, 2017
Our 2016 Report to the Community gives an overview of how we support people, shares some of the specific work we did to improve last year, and highlights a few stories to give you a window into the lives of people we serve. You can view the report here.
Mar 3, 2017
Last May we began a formal process to find a provider to operate our three adult centers. That process is now complete. Beginning May 1, operation of Beckman, Franks, and Kidd adult centers will become the full responsibility of Active Day.
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549 PEOPLE RECEIVING SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
802 CERTIFIED SERVICE PROVIDERS IN THE COMMUNITY
974 AVERAGE MONTHLY EARLY INTERVENTION VISITS
1,103 INVESTIGATIONS TO ENSURE SAFETY
Promoting and Supporting Opportunities for People with Developmental Disabilities
Hamilton County Developmental Disabilities Services is a government social services agency established by state law. We support more than 7,800 people with intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout their lives, from babies through seniors, by providing case management, monitoring service quality, and funding services provided by our community partners. Read more.