Developmental Disabilities Program
The Developmental Disability Program provides comprehensive case management as well as access to local, regional, and statewide resources and services for children and adults. Our team will work closely with eligible individuals to ensure support needs are addressed in a comprehensive and collaborative manner.
To complete an application for services, please contact us by calling (503) 396-4134. Our eligibility team will assist with the application process and determine eligibility for services. A services coordinator will be assigned to all eligible individuals. Individuals may qualify for services if they have an intellectual disability or a diagnosed developmental disability including, but not limited to; Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Fetal Alcohol and Drug Effected disorders.
Our program offers many services to individuals in the local community including, but not limited to;
- Case Management
- In-home and Residential Service Options
- Crisis Services
- Person Centered Planning
- Employment Services
- Relief Care
- Positive Behavior Supports
- Day Support Activities
- Protective Services
- Training Resources
The Developmental Disabilities Program at CCMH provides service coordination to developmentally disable individuals of all ages.
- Early Intervention
- Children and Youth
- High School Transition
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St. Helens, OR 97051
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To report the abuse of a child, please contact:
DHS Child Abuse Hotline
To report the abuse of an adult with developmental disabilities, mental health concerns, or psychiatric needs, please contact:
Adult Abuse Investigator
(503) 438 2195
If at any time you feel an individual is being hurt or is in immediate danger, please call 911