What's Your Story?
WMSCODD: Always There

What's Your Story?

Watch our video to learn more about the individuals we serve within our community!
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Our Mission

The Williams County Board of Developmental Disabilities is determined to ensure the availability of programs, services, and supports that assist individuals with developmental disabilities in choosing and achieving a life of increasing capability such that they can live, work, and play in the community, and to assist and support the families of these individuals in achieving this objective.

The Enrichment Center

At the Enrichment Center, our professional staff provides services that are needed for individuals of all ages, starting with early intervention. All of our team members in all departments work hard to make sure that everyone can obtain the services that they need. The goal is to ensure that each individual is aware of their options, and help them to receive the assistance they need.

Building Skills For Life

A main focus of the Williams County Board of Developmental Disabilities Adult Services is the State of Ohio’s Employment First Initiative. Eligible individuals from age 16 and up are offered the opportunity to participate in their community and to increase their self-advocacy skills through job development, job training, placement with community employers and various community activities.

Online Resources

By clicking on the numbers to the left, you will find the Williams County Board of Developmental Disabilties forms and document resources.


For more information, download our brochure:

FSS Brochure

Information Requests

Below you will find the Williams County Board of Developmental Disabilities Information Release form:

Release Of Information

Referral Consent Form

Below you will find the Williams County Board of Developmental Disabilities consent for referral form:

Referral Consent Form

Have Questions?

For assistance with any of our forms, feel free to contact our office.

Contact Us

Williams County Resource Guide

Download our Resource Guide for a complete listing of emergency numbers and departmental information.

WMSCODD 2015 Annual Report

The Williams County Board of Developmental Disabilities 2015 Annual Report is now available.
 
To view the report, Click Here.