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Support Coordination

Our Method

Once accepted into MORC’s services, each individual is assigned a Support Coordinator to help you design and implement a support plan to meet your needs.  MORC does not believe in making decisions for the people it supports but instead, fully supports the rights of individuals with disabilities to articulate their needs, goals and dreams and to choose for themselves the services and supports that will help them achieve them. A person-centered plan is the foundation of all aspects of service delivery at MORC.

Ways your support coordinator can assit you

Your MORC Support Coordinator is your primary contact for any services that you may need.  Here are several ways your Support Coordinator can assist you:

  • Help you coordinate your annual person-centered planning meeting to include everyone you want to attend at the location of your choice
  • Help you find direct service providers to provide the services you identify in your plan of care.
  • Help you navigate the system
  • Help you find additional resources in the community to help you and your family
  • Visit monthly to monitor your needs and satisfaction with your services
  • Help you apply for Futures Foundation grants to help fund things not covered by Medicaid

Requirements

Services are available for individuals with intellectual disabilities who are on Medicaid and meet the eligibility requirements for public mental health services.

Get Started

To begin the process of determining your eligibility for services, please select below the county in which you live and type of services you are seeking.   You will then be directed to the appropriate intake number to call for an eligibility assessment.

SERVICES

Adults with Special Needs

Coordinating a plan of service for all areas of life

Senior Services

Home care supports for the elderly and disabled, nursing home transition

AUTISM SERVICES

Applied Behavioral Analysis, family centered supports

Living Options

Family home supports, independent living, group homes

Employment Options

Supported and competitive employment, microenterprises

Children with Special Needs

Children's Waiver program, Autism services, family supports