Resources for Developmental & Intellectual Disabilities

The Arc of Lincoln is a non-profit advocacy organization that serves people of all ages with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. Click here to learn more about ARC of Lincoln.

For over 60 years The Arc of Nebraska has provided advocacy to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. They are a non-profit governed by a Board of Directors and have over 1,500 members across the state. Click here to learn more about the Arc of Nebraska.

The Arc of Norfolk has provided advocacy to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. Click here to learn more about the Arc of Norfolk.

Mosaic is a faith-based organization serving people with intellectual disabilities. They believe that every individual is a person of worth. Click here to learn more about Mosaic.

Nebraska DHHS – Division of Developmental Disabilities provides funding and oversight for Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) for developmental disabilities waivers. This includes: determining eligibility for developmental disabilities services, providing service coordination for eligible individuals, and monitoring and paying developmental disabilities providers. Click here to learn more about Nebraska DHHS – Division of Developmental Disabilities.

Down Syndrome Association for Families of Nebraska is a Lincoln non-profit organization that provides support for individuals with Down syndrome, their families, friends, educators, and professionals who share their lives. Click here to learn more about Down Syndrome for Families of Nebraska.

The Developmental Educational and Behavioral Outcomes (DEBO) provides supports to individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities in a manner which integrates community experience with individual goals defined by the individual and their planning team. Click here to learn more about DEBO.

The Nebraska Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired (NCBVI) work to help blind and visually impaired Nebraskans achieve full and rewarding lives through independent living skills and assisting with finding employment in Nebraska and across the country. Click here to learn more about the NCBVI.

Youth Care and Beyond support children, individuals, and families in the Omaha community.  We specialize services to include individuals who have suffered trauma, have learning or intellectual disabilities or developmental disabilities. Click here to learn more about Youth Care and Beyond.

If you have any questions or additional needs please contact us at 888.667.2399.