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The Office of Developmental Disabilities Services (ODDS) created the Compass Project to make Oregon's intellectual and developmental disabilities system more person-centered. We're refocusing on what each person needs to have a full life, based on their unique needs and goals. We call this effort the Compass Project.
Our goal is a system that is easy to use, transparent and provides quality supports. We want people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to have a good life in their communities. The Compass Project is shifting the whole ODDS system to person-centered thinking and planning. This will enhance the lives of those who use and work in the ODDS system.
This website is for those who receive services, their families and guardians. It's also for those who provide services. Please use these resources to learn more about the Compass Project.
Email us for more information about the Compass Project.
If you have questions about your I/DD services, talk to your services coordinator or personal agent. They are there to support you.
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