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    Constituent Services

    ​​​​About > Contact ​> Constituent Services

    The Constituent Services Program serves Marylanders with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and their caregivers by providing information and assistance to help them navigate the system of supports and services funded by the Developmental Disabilities Administration. The program also serves as an avenue for constituents and those who support them to submit for resolution, problems they may be having with the DDA system of supports and services, and/or its contracted service providers.

    Narisa Lloyd
    Constituent Services Coordinator
    Developmental Disabilities Administration
    201 W. Preston Street
    Baltimore, MD, 21201
    Phone: (410) 767-5607

    Anthony Jackson
    Constituent Services Coordinator for matters related to Central Maryland Region
    (Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Harford, and Howard Counties and Baltimore City)
    Developmental Disabilities Administration Central Maryland Regional Office
    1401 Severn St., Ste. 200
    Baltimore, MD​ 21230
    Phone: (410) 456-7837

    Popular Links

    To report suspected cases of abuse, neglect or mistreatment, please contact the Office of Health Care Quality.

    To request that DDA contact you, please use the Contact Form.

    How Do I?

    Determine if I am eligible for DDA services, how do I apply, and understand priority categories here.

    Resolve issues with Low Intensity Support Services (LISS) here.​

    Access behavior support services here.​

    ​Learn more about DDA Waivers:

    Understand the Governor’s Transitioning Youth Initiative (GTYI) here.

    Resources and Information

    Medicaid Long Term Care

    Medicaid Waiver Programs

    Maryland Department Of Disabilites

    Maryland State Department of Education Early Intervention and Special Education Services