Our Service and Support Administration is your first and most important contact when receiving services from the Hancock County Board of Developmental Disabilities.
People receiving services will be assigned a Service and Support Administrator, who will serve as the primary point of coordination. The Service and Support Administrator, known as an SSA, will coordinate services in order to give people the highest level of independence possible.
The SSA connects people to needed resources. With person-centered thinking and advocacy, the SSA works with the people they support to develop a plan that helps them reach their life goals.