What is a CDDO?
The CDDO of Butler County is a Community Developmental Disability Organization (CDDO). CDDO's were established with the development of the DD Reform Act to assist with enforcing the rights of persons with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) in the State of Kansas. A CDDO is the agency that ensures support and services are available for children and adults with developmental disabilities.
- Act as the single point of entry for application into developmental disability services
- Determine eligibility for supports, services and funding
- Work with applicants or guardians to choose from an array of local service options
- Affiliate with Community Service Providers (CSP's) who provide direct services to the DD population
- Review and determine approval of requests for services or funding
- Manage local, state and federal waiting lists for services
- Oversee quality assurance of services provided from the CSP's
- Advocates for individuals with I/DD
Where are CDDO's?
Kansas currently has 27 CDDO's, covering all 105 counties in Kansas. Each CDDO is assigned a particular county or counties in which they are the primary provider of “gate-keeping” services.
Services through the CDDO of Butler County are available in the following areas:
- El Dorado
- Rose Hill
The CDDO of Butler County is dedicated to providing the highest quality of support to Kansans with Disabilities
CDDO of Butler County
2101 Dearborn Suite 301
Augusta, KS 67010