Service and Support Administration (SSA)
Service and Support Administration (SSA) Services are available to eligible persons of all ages in the area of information and referral, service coordination, service monitoring, advocacy, crisis intervention, unusual incident investigation, assessment and coordination of residential services.
Family Support Services
Family Support Services offers consultant services and financial assistance to eligible individuals and their families in the areas of respite care, special diets, adaptive equipment, parent training, home modifications and other similar areas.
The Board contracts with the local school districts and Adult Service Providers to provide transportation throughout the entire county for eligible students and adults accessing needed services and supports. The Transportation Director collaborates closely with community providers in order to coordinate public access for individuals with disabilities.
Supported Living Services and Residential Options
Residential supports and home and community-based waiver services are available to eligible persons to enable them to live and participate in their homes and communities. There are many residential service options available to adults with developmental disabilities depending on the support required. Options include: in home and remote supports, shared living, group homes, and intermediate care facilities. Your SSA can help you find the correct fit for your needs.
Come Join Monroe County Board of DD and Residential Providers
Now Hiring Direct Support Professionals!
Monroe County Board of DD and Local Providers are looking for heart-warming and caring people who are enthusiastic about the difference they can make in an individual's life. Monroe CBDD coordinates the provision of care and community opportunities with local providers for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Direct Support Professionals (DSP) actively participate and create a flourishing lifestyle for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities by:
- Going on community outings, shopping trips, dining, vacations and may include attending doctor visits
• Teaching everyday life skills such as cooking, cleaning and self-care
-High school diploma or GED from an accredited school -Valid Ohio driver's license -Automobile insurance - Must pass pre-employment drug screening
-Must pass background checks
Full-time, part-time and weekend positions available throughout Monroe County with Provider Agencies. Many of them are offering Sign-on Bonuses. You can also become an Independent Provider and the county board can give you the information that you need to make it happen for you.
Ohio Shared Living is often called OSL for short. It provides an option for someone with a developmental disability to get the support they need while living with a paid caregiver. Caregivers make long-term commitments to sharing a home, helping with daily routines, and inviting someone with a developmental disability to be part of their family, resulting in lifelong relationships. OSL caregivers support people with developmental disabilities in a home setting, either the home of the live-in caregiver or the home of the person accessing services. Contact the county board for more information.
If anyone is looking for a rewarding full or part-time job working with individuals with disabilities in Monroe County, please contact the following agencies:
Paramount Support Services: 68138 Vineyard Rd, St. Clairsville, OH 4395 Phone: (740) 526-0540.
Advanced DD Home Care: 1105 Schrock Rd | Suite 521 Columbus, Ohio 43229 Phone: (614) 787-5504
REM of Ohio: 6402 E. Main St. Suite 103, Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068 Phone: (614) 367-1379
RHDD: 245 County Road 9, Marietta, Ohio 45750 Phone: (740) 376-9264
Monroe County Board of DD (740) 472-1712 PCS Services/ MACO Adult Day Program: (740) 472-5445