The Noble County Board of Developmental Disabilities provides and/or funds a variety of supports that help children and adults live, learn, work and play within the community. They include:

Service Coordination – Guided by the principle of self-determination, Service and Support Administrators (SSA) help people identify what they need and want out of life and connect them to the people, places and things that matter the most to each one.

Early Intervention – Features a team approach designed to help families help their children (birth through age two) learn and grow.
Transition – Provides career exploration, job development and job placement for youth ages 14 to 25 as they transition from school to work.

Family Support Services – Enhances quality of life for families who care for a loved one at home by providing respite care, adaptive equipment, etc.

Residential – Provides supports so people can live in the community where they have access to all it has to offer.

Transportation – Provides the ability to travel from home to work, school, doctor appointments and other places people need to go.

24/7 Emergency Assistance – Emergency assistance is available 24/7, 365 days per year by calling 740-310-2255. This number may also be used to report health/safety issues involving people with developmental disabilities.