We’re all in it together
We offer a complete community-based system of services to support parents and caregivers of children with disabilities. We connect local families with federal resources, as well as intensive hands-on support for families in crisis.
Family Support Services are provided by the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) to assist parents in their role as caregivers. We’re proud to be a community-based broker of these federal support opportunities.
Our Family Support specialists will help you navigate your eligibility and determine which programs are applicable to your family.
Intensive Family Support
For individuals on the DBHDD Planning List who do not fit the waiver services criteria for “most in need”, are being transitioned into waiver services or have been assessed to be in the “highest of need”, we offer Intensive Family Support.
ELIGIBILITY FOR BDI SERVICES
Family Support Services Eligibility
Benefits Navigation Eligibility
Individuals must be diagnosed with an intellectual or developmental disability or closely related condition (e.g., traumatic brain injury).
Due to different regulations, we unfortunately cannot accept Veterans’ cases at this time.
How to Apply
If you’re interested in learning more about the support services available with BDI, click the button below to fill out the application form.
Reach out to BDI for additional information or with any questions.