Intellectual Disabilities

Juniata Valley Behavioral and Developmental Programs – Intellectual Disability Program functions as an arm of the Office of Developmental Programs of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Supports and services are provided to individuals with an Intellectual Disability and/or Autism to support an Everyday Life. Funding is provided through Federal, State, and local dollars. The funding streams include P/FDS waiver, Community Living Waiver, and Consolidated Waiver. All services are contingent upon eligibility and available funding. Eligibility criteria for intellectual disability services can be found here.

DSP

 

Current Supports and Services Include:

  • Benefits Counseling
  • Companion Services
  • Community Participation Supports
  • In Home and Community Supports
  • Life Sharing
  • Residential-Habilitation
  • Recreation
  • Respite Services
  • Supports Broker Services
  • Supported Employment
Center for Community Resources logo

Center for Community Resources (CCR) provides Pennsylvanians a choice for the supports and service coordination needed to make a positive difference in everyday lives. CCR connects people to a network of supports and services essential for actively learning, working, and living in the community.

Service Access and Management, Inc. logo

The mission of Service Access & Management, Inc. is to help people throughout our service area enhance the quality of their lives by effectively and efficiently managing and/or providing needed, accessible and individually satisfying human services.

Northstar

We are a private, non-profit agency which offers Early Intervention Service Coordination Services and Supports Coordination Services to eligible people in Blair County. We provide high quality, cost effective services and support to enable eligible persons to identify, reach, and maintain their personal goals.