Those seeking services for persons with developmental disabilities through ADMH should contact the call center at 1-800-361-4491
Adult Day Services are provided by the Department of Mental / Division of Developmental Disabilities Medicaid Wavier through the Cullman County Center for the Developmentally Disabled, Inc.. (CCCDD) located in the Margaret Jean Jones Center.
An individual must be at least 18 years of age and have completed eligibility in the school system or be 21 years of age. Each individual is evaluated by a multi-disciplinary team to determine program appropriateness and the least restrictive setting for each individual. Applicants must have a developmental delay as a primary disability.
CCCDD, Inc. offers community-based educational, vocational, and adaptive daily living skills training to developmentally disabled adults. An Adult Basic Education class is offered to enhance academic skills. Instruction is also administered in pre- vocational skills, communication, independent living skills and personal care.
It is the goal of CCCDD, Inc. to enable each person served to reach beyond their limitations through skills training and development, thus reaching his or her maximum level of independence