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Getting help

Help for adults with I/DD

Services to adults range from supports to assist an individual to live in their own home or with family or friends, to 24-hour comprehensive services. Learn more about supports and services for adults.

Also see: What is an Intellectual/Developmental Disability?

Help for children with I/DD

Services to children and families range from in-home family support, intensive in-home supports and 24-hour services in foster care or residential placement. Learn more about supports and services for children.​

Also see: What is an Intellectual/Developmental Disability?

Am I eligible?

Your county Community Developmental Disability Program (CDDP) decides eligibility. The worker in your county will help with the necessary papers you need and help you through the eligibility process.

To find out if you are eligible for services please contact your county Community Developmental Disability Program (CDDP) office.

How do I Apply?

All CDDP’s use the same application for Developmental Disability services. Your local CDDP office can give you the form and help you complete it, or click on one of the links below, fill out the form, print it and take it to your county CDDP office.