Intake and Eligibility
Intake & Eligibility
Phone: (503) 361-2740
Fax: (503) 588-5290
Intellectual and developmental disabilities are neurological conditions that primarily affect the brain. They originate in childhood and significantly impact adaptive behavior, or everyday living skills. Intellectual and developmental disabilities may include:
Autism spectrum disorders
Other neurologically disabling conditions
The following conditions are not considered qualifying developmental diagnoses that can be used to determine eligibility: ADHD, emotional or mental disorders, learning disabilities, personality disorders, sensory impairment, or substance abuse. Questions about qualifying conditions? Please call us at (503) 361-2740
Who is Eligible for I/DD Services?
Eligibility is determined by gathering an applicant's developmental history and all historical
documentation to determine if they meet requirements outlined in the
Intellectual disability criteria are determined by scores on standardized IQ testing and adaptive behavior assessments, while eligibility for other developmental disabilities is determined by diagnostic information and scores on standardized adaptive behavior assessments. Do you have questions about eligibility? Contact us at (503) 361-2740.
How do I apply for services?
- Applications can be downloaded from our website, saved to your computer, and emailed to
IDDEligibility@co.marion.or.us, or faxed to (503) 588-5290.
- If you are unable to download the application, please call (503) 361-2740 and leave the following information:
- Your phone number
- Your mailing address
- Any additional questions you may have about the application process
Release of Information Forms
Marion County ROI
Marion County ROI (Español)
Do you know someone who might benefit from our Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities program? Anyone can refer an individual as long as the individual being referred lives in Marion County and they (or their legal guardian) have granted permission. Referrals can be made by calling our Intake Line at (503) 361-2740.
Email Privacy: While we are happy to answer general questions via email, we suggest you do not transmit personal or health related information in your message. We cannot meet any expectation you might have of confidentiality when you communicate with us over the Internet. If you have a specific personal or health-related issue, please call the appropriate county government office instead.
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
To report a public health emergency, or make an urgent report of communicable disease, call (503) 588-5621 at anytime.