Humanim, Inc.

Developmental Disability Services

UPDATED: February 25, 2020

Humanim provides wrap-around support services to individuals with disabilities and significant barriers to achieving their potential. In our Human Services Division, we employ a holistic, person-centered approach, emphasizing individualized care, community integration, and customized employment for individuals with intellectual/ developmental disabilities and those struggling with mental illness/ substance use disorders.

Within Humanim’s Human Services Division, our Developmental Disability Services enhance growth, independence, and quality of life for children, adolescents, and adults with I/ DD, including Autism Spectrum Disorder. Our person-centered approach emphasizes individualized care, community integration, and customized employment, with the goal of empowering clients to achieve both personal and economic independence.

Humanim’s mission is to support and empower individuals who face social or economic challenges – by building pathways to economic equity, opportunity and independence. Humanim serves over 4,000 individuals annually, delivering a continuum of community-based and family-centered human services. Humanim has continually earned accreditation from CARF (The Commission on Accreditation for Rehabilitation Facilities) and been awarded the Maryland Association of Non-Profit Organizations Standards of Excellence Certification.

  • Languages:
  • American Sign Language
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • N/A
  • Medicaid
  • Private Insurance


Humanim, Inc.
9380 Gerwig Lane
Columbia, MD 21046
United States


Humanim - Developmental Disability Services


(410) 381-7171



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