Children with Intensive Behavioral Support Needs



If your son or daughter has intensive support needs due to mental health or other disability-related behaviors that pose a risk to health and safety, the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) and the Division of Behavioral Health & Recovery’s Regional Support Networks (RSNs) have programs that provide stabilization and support for both the child and family. Learn what they are, who they are for, and how to apply. (7/31/14)

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