Carroll County Board of Developmental Disabilities
About Carroll County Board of Developmental Disabilities
Matt Campbell - (pictured)
We are a multi service program
for persons of all ages with developmental disabilities.
The members of Carroll County Board of Developmental Disabilities are unpaid volunteers who are appointed by the County Commissioners and Probate Judge. The Carroll County Board is made up of seven volunteers that must live in Carroll County. Five are appointed by the Carroll County Commissioners with 1 having to be a family member of someone eligible for adult services and one a family member of someone eligible for children services. Two members are appointed by the Carroll County Probate Judge and one must be a family member of a person eligible for residential services. Other qualifications include citizen of the United States of America, interested in developmental disabilities field, and professional training or expertise in finance, business management, law, health care, personnel administration, or government service.
If interested in serving on the board and live in Carroll County, you may print the application below or call Matt Campbell, Superintendent at 330-627-6555. Carroll Board Member Application.
Return application to CCBDD, P.O. Box 429, Carrollton, OH 44615. Please print if interested in becoming a board member.
Byron Fairclough, Pres.
Atty. Jennifer Thomas, V. Pres.
Emily Ulman, Sec.
An Integrated Community
To empower, engage and support through personalized opportunities
Mutual respect, Always there,Teaching others, Great relationships, Always improving, Working together,
The primary goal of the Carroll County Board of DD is to ensure services are provided to those with developmental disabilities. In the past that meant the County Board was the primary
service provider. Today, the expectation is that the Board will fund and oversee the quality of services provided by private providers. The Board's fiscal stability is crucial in meeting
individual's needs and maintain compliance with changing legal requirements.
The focus is not only meeting individual's needs but also addressing gaps and barriers to services. The Board intends to improve our school services, community employment, community integration,
transportation and the self-advocacy program. The Board will promote the use of technology to assist individuals to reach their goals. The Board will collaborate with other agencies to address
issues such as respite, residential and crisis management. We will improve communication with community members so they will know what the County Board stands for. The Carroll County Board of
Developmental Disabilities will continue to meet individual needs and affect positive outcomes in the lives of those with disabilities.
P.O. Box 429
540 High Street N.W.
Carrollton, Ohio 44615
Carroll Hills2167 Kensington Rd.
Family & Children's
Carrollton, OH 44615