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Montana Department of Health and Human Services

Developmental Services Division

UPDATED: October 16, 2018

Persons with developmental disabilities are much the same as everyone else and able to do the things that others can - they just may need extra help to get things done. 

It is important for everyone to live and work within their home communities and the assistance and support of their families and friends, but sometimes more assistance and training is needed than family friends, communities or other natural supports can provide on their own. There may be a need for additional help from services through the Montana Developmental Disabilities Program.

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Address:

111 Sanders, Room 305
Helena, MT 59604
United States

Website:

dphhs.mt.gov

Phone:

406-444-2995

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