Clackamas County announces Developmental Disabilities Resource Fair at Clackamas Community College on June 22

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The community is invited to the first Clackamas County Developmental Disabilities Resource Fair on Saturday, June 22, 2024 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Clackamas Community College, Gregory Forum, room G103 at 19600 Molalla Ave. in Oregon City. 

The Clackamas County Developmental Disabilities Program serves eligible adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities that live in Clackamas County. Services may include intake and eligibility determination, service coordination, in-home support, residential services, employment services, transportation services, and protective services. 

Plan to attend the Developmental Disabilities Resource Fair if...

  • You have a friend or a family member with an intellectual or developmental disability
  • You want to learn about ways to help an individual increase their physical and financial independence
  • You are a caregiver or services provider for someone who experiences a disability
  • You would like to broaden support or connections for yourself or an individual who experiences a disability
  • You want to want to learn about opportunities to work or volunteer to help people

Several community partners will be attending, ready to share resources and helpful information with you. There will be raffle prizes and other goodies. It will be a lot of fun! See a sample of event participants below. 

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If you have questions about the Clackamas County Developmental Disabilities Resource Fair, please contact Amy Butler at 
Learn more about services for people with intellectual or developmental disabilities: