Intellectual Developmental Disabilities Services


The purpose of Intellectual Developmental Disabilities Services is to foster empowerment, to promote independence, and to encourage self-fulfillment, self-determination and community participation. Services are designed to increase socialization skills, encourage community inclusion and awareness, improve self-esteem, teach new skills, and develop vocational abilities.

Available services include:

  • Skill building: Individual and group services with a focus on improving mobility and physical skills, life skills, socialization, and/or employability.
  • Supports Coordination: Assisting people and their families with access to community services such as health care and transportation. The Supports Coordinator works with community resources and other staff members to provide a community support system.
  • Supported Employment: Instruction in skills that will help clients find employment and support after employment.
  • Peer Mentoring Services: Support and assistance provided by an person with intellectual developmental disabilities to help others achieve community inclusion, independence, and productivity as described in the individual’s person-centered plan.


Clinton Township
41800 Hayes, Suite 112
Clinton Township, MI  48038
Phone: (586) 438-4108

Fax: (866) 229-4381

Hours:  M - F | 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

1413 Field
Detroit, MI  48214
Phone: (313) 825-2416
Hours:  M - F | 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

30555 Michigan Avenue
Westland, MI  48186
Phone: (734) 595-3640
Hours:  M - F | 8:30 am to 4:30 pm