The Constituent Services Program serves Marylanders with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and their caregivers by providing information and assistance to help them navigate the system of supports and services funded by the Developmental Disabilities Administration. The program also serves as an avenue for constituents and those who support them to submit for resolution, problems they may be having with the DDA system of supports and services, and/or its contracted service providers.
Anthony JacksonConstituent Services CoordinatorDevelopmental Disabilities Administration201 W. Preston Street Baltimore, MD, 21201Office: 410-767-8687Fax: 410-767-5850E-mail: Anthony.Jackson@Maryland.Gov
To report suspected cases of abuse, neglect or mistreatment, please contact the Office of Health Care Quality.
To request that DDA contact you, please use the Contact Form.
Determine if I am eligible for DDA services, how do I apply, and understand priority categories here.
Resolve issues with Low Intensity Support Services (LISS) here.
Access behavior support services here.
Gain understanding of the Community Pathways Waiver here.... of the Family Support Waiver here.... of the Community Supports Waiver here.
Understand the Governor’s Transitioning Youth Initiative (GTYI) here.
Medicaid Long Term Care
Medicaid Waiver Programs
Maryland Department Of Disabilites
Maryland State Department of Education Early Intervention and Special Education Services
201 W. Preston Street, Baltimore, MD 21201