Empowering your loved one to reach their full potential

Serving our community since 1994.

We offer dozens of life-enhancing services throughout Ohio

A Higher Level of Caring

CSS is trusted in communities throughout Ohio as provider of housing and support services to people with disabilities. We have a long history of empowering individuals, by working in partnership with their families or guardians to be responsive to their loved one’s specific needs.

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We have been providing life-enhancing support services since 1994. Click here to learn more.


We provide services in 18 counties throughout Ohio.

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Our Home!

Catch a glimpse of the reactions of Kelly, Shawn, and Sha as they see their new home for the first time! They have their own home thanks to the cooperative efforts of the Jefferson County Board of Developmental Disabilities and Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities. JCBDD received funding from the DODD to acquire three new residences and build another new home to provide more independent living for special needs individuals in the community.

Helping People Reach Their Full Potential

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