LADD offers a variety of community-based services for people with disabilities over 18 years of age, who are eligible to receive services provided by Hamilton County Developmental Disabilities Services (HCDDS), Medicaid Home and Community Based Services Waiver (HCBS), Rehabilitation Services Commission (RSC), the Ticket to Work Program or the Local Public Housing Authority/HUD programs. Contracting privately for any LADD service is also an option.
Housing Support Services
People receive residential services while living in a group home or apartment setting on the Victory Parkway campus.
People living at the Find A Way and Margaret B. Geier Apartments apartment complexes in the community must be eligible for a rent subsidy from HUD.
This program provides residential services to people living in apartments or houses in the community.
This program assists people with a disability to become homeowners or to obtain a rent subsidy voucher that may be used throughout the Cincinnati community.
A service where people with disabilities live in typical households in variety of neighborhoods throughout Cincinnati and Hamilton County with families who have been highly trained.
Work and Alternatives to Work
This service helps people establish peer relationships, and identify and explore interests through their participation in the community.
This service assists people to find and maintain employment and gain greater financial independence.