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St. Louis Office for Developmental Disability Resources (DD Resources) distributes funding to St. Louis based agencies that provide services to individuals with developmental disabilities. Additionally, DD Resources provides Targeted Case Management services to City of St. Louis residents with developmental disabilities.

The St. Louis Office for Developmental Disability Resources (DD Resources) is pleased to announce the opening of its FY21 funding cycle. Funding is available for:

  1. Renewal of currently funded projects
  2. New projects (from new and existing funding partners) in the following service areas:
    1. Services for transition aged youth in St. Louis City, ages 16-24, with an intellectual or developmental disability (IDD) for services related to independent living, community connection and/or employment
    2. Family support services for individuals with IDD in St. Louis City
    3. New Transportation Providers to assist in meeting existing Community and Employment Transportation program demands.
  3. Definitions for services can be found in our partner funding manual on our website here. Potential new funding partners should reference the partner funding manual to ensure their services meet the required criteria and contact one of our Agency Relations staff at 314.421.0090 by January 3, 2020 to discuss the process for making a request through the funding portal. All funding requests and required documents for the FY21 funding cycle are due by February 28, 2020.

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Mission

To ensure individuals with developmental disabilities in the City of St. Louis have quality services, choices, and full inclusion.

 

Vision

An inclusive community that maximizes individual abilities.

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Large Print and Audio Request

Hard copies, including large print editions, and audio versions of all of
DD Resources' brochures are available upon request. Call 314.421.0090 to request large print or audio versions of our print materials.

Values

Support - We identify and provide assistance to individuals in reaching their greatest potential.

Self-Determination - We ensure that individuals have the right to participate in planning their own future and selecting their own supports.

Choice - We ensure that individuals have the opportunity to choose the services and providers that will meet their specific needs.

Stewardship - We administer public funds fairly, with openness and integrity.

Responsiveness - We are effective, efficient, accessible and act in a timely manner.

Partnership - We support these core values through partnerships with individuals, providers, the community and other funders.

Respect - We respect every individual.

September 2019 Calenedar, All events are at 4pm and located at 2121 Hampton Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63139, 09/05/19 Finance Committee Meeting at 4:00 p.m., 09/12/19 Open House from 3:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m., 09/12/19 Board Meeting and Public Hearing at 5:00 p.m., 09/19/19  Nominating Personnel Committee Meeting at 4:00 p.m.