Categories of program and service development and delivery include Early Intervention, Intellectual Disabilities, and Mental Health.
Early Intervention encompasses services and programs for children to age 3 who are diagnosed with a 25% developmental delay or referred for issues in one or more of the following areas:
Intellectual Disabilities programs and services are for individuals having a diagnosed Intelligence Quotient (IQ) below 70 prior to becoming 22 years of age. If eligible, home and community-based services are recommended to assist in the acquisition, retention, or improvement of skills related to living and working in the community and to prevent institutionalization (there may be a wait for some programs as they do reach capacity).
Mental Health programs and services are for individuals living and coping with emotional and behavioral disorders, including those with serious mental illness.