Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA)
The Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) operates under the belief that individuals with developmental disabilities should be able to be independent and direct their own services. This means that individuals have the autonomy to choose what types of services they receive. DDA works with individuals and their families to provide advocacy, leadership, and resources. DDA also contracts with service providers to help individuals receive housing, advocacy, and employment services. Learn more about DDA.