All services and supports are based on person-centered thinking assessment tools approved by the Department of Disabilities Services (DDS) and enable the person supported to retain or improve skills related to health; activities of daily living; money management; community mobility; recreation; cooking; shopping; use of community resources; community safety; and to develop other adaptive skills needed to live in the community.
Services are provided by appointment and walk-ins. Appointments can be scheduled by calling (202) 388-8500 ext. 165.
During your first visit, the Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Division Coordinator will meet you to gather information and determine your individual needs.
We look forward to the opportunity to meet your HCBS needs.
Below is an informative Video about Person Centered Services.