We believe having a disability or a mental illness shouldn’t prevent anyone from participating in everyday life. That’s why we’ve been pioneering behavioral health services - to ensure each person we serve can develop the skills they need to live independently and realize their potential in ways they couldn’t before.

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By the Numbers

million people in the U.S. have IDD.
More than
people in Maryland are on the waiting list in need of supports and services from the DDA.
of U.S. adults live with a mental illness
Close to
of adults in Maryland live with a serious mental health condition.
More than
of adults with mental illness in Maryland receive no mental health treatment.

Hire Our Workforce

Our ideal aim is to ensure people with multiple disabilities have access to as many opportunities as possible – including Competitive Integrated Community Employment.

Our Programs

Our groundbreaking programs are designed to integrate clients into existing community services and to encourage growth through ongoing contact with others.