Developmental Disability Services

Providing Individualized Support

Mental Health Support Services' developmental disability services provide flexible and individualized supports to children and adults with developmental disabilities. These include, among other services, residential supports to adults, training and support to individuals (age 11 to adult) with developmental disabilities.

  1. Day Support Services
  2. Developmental Disabilities Residential
  3. Employment Services
  4. Service Coordination

Day Support Services

Day Support Services promotes the individual service needs of our clients and offers a variety of services to address each person’s individual needs and behavioral wellness. Our services include center based group day services, community coaching services and community engagement services.

Center Based Group Day Services

Center based group day services include skill building and support for the acquisition or retention of adaptive skills, community integration, employability, self-help and socialization.

Services may include skill development and positive behavioral support for persons to be successful in their career planning, community, connection to community resources and home environments.

The ratio of service is one staff person to seven service participants.

Community Coaching Services

Community coaching services take place in a community setting only and is designed for people who need individual support to address a barrier to participating in community engagement and build a skills set. 

Activities include building positive relationships and natural supports in the community, community activities and events, educational and cultural activities, and skill building tasks.

The ratio of service is one staff person to one service participant.

Community Engagement Services

Community engagement services take place in a community setting only and provides opportunities to facilitate and build relationships and natural supports in the community and utilize the community as a learning environment.

Activities are conducted at naturally occurring times and settings in which the individual actively interacts with persons without disabilities (other than those paid to support the individual), such as cultural and educational activities, unpaid work experiences, and other community based exposure.

The ratio of service is one staff person to three service participants.