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Adult Developmental Disability Services

Adult Developmental Disabilities (DD)

66933112_ML.jpgAn adult diagnosed with an intellectual or other developmental disability may need help in understanding any services or programs they may be eligible to receive.  Service Coordinators/case managers will assist individuals  by assessing, supporting, guiding and linking individuals and their families with needed services and resources. These resources can help participants to live, work and take part in their community in the most independent and fulfilling way possible.

Service Coordinators/case managers can also discuss eligibility for the Developmental Disability Waiver, conduct assessments, and provide information about waiver-covered services.  When waiver slots become available, DD staff assist individuals in navigating the process established by Virginia to obtain and manage the waiver for covered services.  Monitoring the ongoing provision of services and the individual's satisfaction with services received is of paramount importance to our staff.

For more information on criteria for admission, how to apply for services, waiver eligibility, intake appointments and more, 

please call 703/792-7800 or 703/792-4900.  To speak with someone directly in our Adult Developmental Disabilities Services Program, please ask for Clarinda Cajayon.

If you are on the waiting list for waiver or have questions, please contact Intake Services at 703/792-4197. 

DD Waiver Waitlist Portal - QuickReference Guide (English)

DD Waiver Waitlist Portal - Quick Reference Guide (Spanish)

Crisis Services:

REACH - Northern Region of Virginia 24/7 Crisis and Referral Line: 855-897-8278

Crisis stabilization and related services, collectively known as “REACH” (Regional, Education, Assessment, Crisis Services, Habilitation) are available 24/7 for adults, youth and children who have developmental disabilities and who live in areas served by the following Community Services Boards (CSBs): Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax-Falls Church, Loudoun, Northwestern, Prince William, Rappahannock Area, and Rappahannock-Rapidan.

For a list of developmental disability resources, please visit our resource page at Resource Links List of Resources

March 2021 - Independent Housing Workshop Series:

Virtual Independent Housing Information Session Invitation. This flyer provides Information on three virtual events about integrated independent housing options pertinent to individuals that live in group homes. The series will review options including drop in supports, roommate, live-in aide, and renting shared housing.

Deadline to register is March 10. Each event has a different focus so it would be beneficial to attend all three. 



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