Services for adults include service coordination for housing, benefits, employment, transportation, providers, community integration, health and much more. Services are coordinated with the needs of the person in mind. Employment, vocational, day habilitation, seniors and recreational services are available. People may be connected to those services by working with their SSA (Service & Support Administrator).


The Logan CBDD contracts with private providers to provide various supports for individuals with disabilities. Individuals have the right to choose from any willing provider. Everyone, regardless of disability, should have the opportunity to be in an integrated community-based setting.


Individualized plans may include services such as job shadowing, job developing, on-the job training, and integration services. Many providers work together with us to support people in obtaining rewarding careers. This coordination of job-related services helps to ensure mutual satisfaction by the employee and the employer.


Day Services offer opportunities for socialization, interaction, community involvement, and skill building for people to create new friendships, meet new people, find new hobbies, and become integral parts of their community. Vocational Habilitation services assist people with developing employment skills through classes, volunteer opportunities, sub-contract work with local industries and much more to help them prepare for a job they absolutely love.


LCBDD finds it important that Seniors are still involved in their community and feel connected. People receiving services should see their SSA for options including the Friendly Senior Center, Green Hills, Adult Day Services, RTC Industries, and many other options.



Logan County has many transportation options for individuals with developmental disabilities. There are multiple Non-Medical Transportation options in Logan County that can assist people with getting to and from adult day services, vocational habilitation services, and job sites. In addition to this, people receiving services through LCBDD should contact their SSA to receive a discount on public transportation options in Logan County.


Supports for adults to be linked and become an integral part of things going on outside of DD services. This may include recreation, safety training, joining service organizations, health classes, volunteering, advocacy training, and participating in Special Olympics. People may be connected with these supports by working with their SSA.