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How we are reacting to COVID-19 (coronavirus)
Updated Friday, March 20
Effective Monday, March 23, the Butler County Board of Developmental Disabilities will close our buildings at both sites: the Liberty Fairfield Office and the Janet Clemmons Center. This closure should not have a major impact on the services and supports we provide to the community. The roll-out of this closure occurred in steps over the course of a week. This was done in order to maintain the highest level of support. We are confident that the measures we are taking will reduce risks for both our staff and the community we serve. At the same time, our measures have allowed us to continue offering the majority of our supports without interruption.
We want you to know, we are here for you. If you are struggling during this time, please connect with your SSA or primary service provider. If you are lonely, if you need help securing basic needs, if you need help understanding what is going on or how we’ll continue to be here for you; please reach out.
If you do not have access to an SSA or PSP, you can call 513-785-2800 Monday - Friday from 8:00 - 4:00.
If you have an emergency and it is not during our hours of operation, please call 513-867-5913.
We are seeking a Request for Proposal for the provision of management of Information Technology infrastructure and applications. Learn more.
The Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD) has reached a fair and reasonable settlements with the plaintiffs and with the guardian intervenors in this class action lawsuit.
The agreement between DODD and the plaintiffs promotes waiver services while preserving the Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ICF/IID) program. READ MORE...
Gattermeyer appointed to state-wide council
Morgan Gattermeyer has been chosen to serve on the Ohio Developmental Disabilities Council, a state-wide advocacy group aimed to create change that improves independence, productivity, and inclusion for people with developmental disabilities and their families in community life. READ MORE ...
Brody is a local 7th grader who loves swimming, video games, and football. He’s especially fond of Bengals' favorite Andy Dalton, who he has been able to meet a few times through events sponsored by the Andy and Jordan Dalton Foundation. Brody loves football so much that he’s helped coach the team at Lakota Plains Junior School to a 6-0 season. READ MORE ...