To be eligible for service coordination from Champ Clark Service Coordination (CCSC) and individual must have developmental disabilities.
- A developmental disability is a disability which is attributable to intellectual disability, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, head injury, autism, or a learning disability related to a brain dysfunction, or any other mental or physical or mental impairment.
- Occurs before the age 22.
- Has been determined that this disability is likely to continue indefinitely; and
- Results in substantial functional limitations in two or more of the following areas of major life activities:
- Receptive and expressive language development and use;
- Capacity for independent living or economic self-sufficiency
Missouri state statutes that guide eligibility for CCSC service coordination are contained in Sections 630.005 and Sections 205.968-205.972 of the revised Missouri statutes.
A person with a developmental disability must be diagnosed by appropriate clinical authorities before being considered eligible for CCSC services, such as MO Division of Developmental Disability intake and eligibility staff.
HOW DO I BEGIN?
If you believe you are eligible for services, the first step is to contact the Hannibal Regional Satellite Office:
805 Clinic Road
Hannibal, MO 63401
Once you are deemed eligible, a local Service Coordination will be assigned to you. Contact us at 573-324-6226 for additional information.