Summary of IDD Program
Mental Retardation, now known as IDD (Individuals with Developmental Disabilities) is a is a condition that occurs before age 18 in which a person’s intelligence and daily living skills are significantly below average. People with mental retardation often have difficulty living, working and playing in the community.
Information & Referral
Client & Family Support Services
Diagnostic & Evaluation Services
Vocational Training & Employment Assistance
Community Living & Skills Training
Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF)
Home & Community Support (HCS)
Texas Home Living (TxHmL)
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Providers active in the Center for Life Resources area – Brown Co., Coleman Co., McCulloch Co., San Saba Co., Mills Co., Comanche Co., and Eastland Co.
EduCare Community Living Corporation
Daybreak Residental Services, Inc.
D&S Residential Services, Inc.
DRACO Services, Inc.
All the Little Things that Count, LC
The Company of Rock House, Inc.
Making the first steps
Intake: Call for information, (325) 646-9574, and an appointment will be scheduled if needed.
Assessment: Testing is done to see if a person is eligible for services.
Referral: Staff provides information about other services.
Placement: If needed, staff helps find group home placement in the community or in a state supported living center.
For more information regarding IDD services, call (325) 646-9574