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Welcome to the Mahoning County Board of Developmental Disabilities

We are proud to have served individuals in Mahoning County for over 50 years and look forward to many more years in the future. It is the mission of the MCBDD to “provide opportunities that maximize quality of life for people with disabilities through collaboration and connection to the community”. We do that in many different ways through our Early Intervention program, Leonard Kirtz School, our Service and Support Administrators, working collaboratively with providers throughout the county and a social and recreational program. The Mahoning County Board of DD has approximately 1,500 active individuals across all of our programs and our goal is to provide each with a person-centered approach, because we believe every person has their own goals, dreams and aspirations. Please check back often for program news, events and updates.

Our Services

The Mahoning County Board of Developmental Disabilities offers a wide variety of programs and services designs to emphasize the abilities of everyone. If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact our Community Services Department at 330-799-9039.


Community Services

MCBDD listens to what is important to people and connects them to the right-fit supports and resources

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Early Intervention

Our Early Intervention services support families of infants and toddlers, from birth to age three, with developmental delays and disabilities.

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Leonard Kirtz School

Leonard Kirtz School provides comprehensive programs and education for school age children with developmental disabilities.

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Provider Relations

Our Provider Relations Department is committed to assisting agency and independent providers with becoming certified, recertified, and training for their direct support professionals.

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School Bus


Transportation is available to any student or adult enrolled in all of the day programs provided by the MCBDD, as well as to individuals who work in the employment program.

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