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Services for People with Developmental Disabilities

Social Services works in partnership with people with developmental disabilities to provide support and help them live full and independent lives.

The Developmental Disabilities Program serves eligible adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities that live in Clackamas County.   Services include identifying, accessing, coordinating, and assuring the delivery of available services and resources.  

We strive to respect and maintain the health, safety, and dignity of the people we serve.  If you are interested in joining our community advisory council, please visit the Social Services Community Boards and Advisory Committees page.

Main Number 503-655-8640   |    Intake and Eligibility 503-557-2824

What Services are Available?

The Developmental Disabilities program provides a variety of services.  Eligibility for specific programs varies based on individual need and circumstance.

Services for adults

Services for children

Eligibility for services FAQ

Visit our eligibility FAQ page to find out if you or someone you know qualifies for DD services.

Reporting abuse and neglect

Visit our abuse and neglect page if you are concerned that someone you know with a Developmental Disability may be in danger of abuse, neglect, or other harm.

Interested in providing help and support to someone with a Developmental Disability?

Visit our support page to find out how you can get involved, including information on becoming a foster parent.

What if I'm not happy with my services?

Visit our complaints reporting page if you have any issues and concerns that need to be addressed.

Other services and programs for people with developmental disabilities

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