Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Services for Adults
Marion County offers many services for adults with Developmental
Disabilities. Please call for more information about the services listed
Main Number 503-588-5228
Service Coordination (Case Management): A
service coordinator assists eligible adults with coordinating an
individual support plan (ISP) or annual plan, facilitating referrals to
services, and monitoring comprehensive services. Service Coordinators
also provide consultation to providers and families and assure the
appropriateness and quality of services.
Adults in Brokerage Services receive their case management services from their brokerage Personal Agent (see below).
Information and Referral: Service Coordinators help to identify and connect individuals to resources and/or services available in the community.
Residential programs provide services in neighborhood settings for
individuals who require 24-hour care, supervision, support and training.
Programs provide room and board as well as services such as monitoring
of medical and health needs, behavior management, assistance with money
management, and participation in community and leisure time activities.
Supported Living Services:
Supported Living Services provide individualized supports to adults
living in their own homes, family homes, or their own apartments that
increases their opportunity to be a part of and participate in the
communities in which they live.
Employment & Alternatives to Employment:
Employment and Alternatives to Employment Programs provide community
based employment, training and support to adults living in 24-hour care
who are 18 or older and no longer in school programs.
Mobility training or transportation services may be provided to
individuals when standard transportation sources are not available or
cannot be accessed.
Comprehensive In-Home Support Services:
In-home comprehensive supports assist eligible adults to continue to
live in their own homes or with family. Supports include assistance in
determining individual needs including personal support services;
assisting individuals to make informed decisions; and monitoring to
improve the quality of personal supports.
Services for Adults Not in Funded Services:
Service Coordination is provided to eligible adults who are not in
Brokerage, residential, or other funded services. Service coordinators
assist adults by developing an annual plan and providing information and
referral services. Service coordinators may be able to assist
individuals with accessing resources such as housing, medical and mental
health supports, vocational supports, etc.
Support Services Brokerage:
Brokerages contract with the State of Oregon to provide services to
eligible individuals adults in their own or family home. A personal
agent (PA) facilitates identification and coordination of needed
supports through the development of a self-directed support plan.
Examples of support might include budgeting, meal planning, job
coaching, respite for caregivers, and community activities. Individuals
enrolled in brokerage services do not have a services coordinator at
Brokerages Providing Services in Marion County:
Provider Phone List (insert link)