Our Mission

The Perry County Board for Developmentally Disabled (PCBDD) is a government entity that takes great pride in working to properly administer county funds to aid those with developmental disabilities, and assist organizations that serve the developmental disabilities population.

PCBDD was formed with the understanding that individuals with developmental disabilities and their families often could use some help or guidance navigating the complex systems involved in finding services. Working closely with the Missouri Division of Developmental Disabilities, PCBDD purchased and maintains a facility to house Targeted Case Management services, while also leasing space to organizations that serve the developmentally disabled.

Lease space is available. If you are interested in establishing a service for the developmentally disabled community, please contact PCBDD. We would love to be involved in assisting with new services!

The Perry County Board for the Developmentally Disabled (formerly known as the Senate Bill 40 Board) is a Perry County political subdivision which is enabled by the citizens of Perry County to provide and/or contract for services for individuals with developmental disabilities.

The board is comprised of nine members who are appointed by the County Commission. The Perry County Board for the Developmentally Disabled currently provides Support Coordination, as well as contracts for services to assist the developmentally disabled.

The Perry County Board for the Developmentally Disabled (PCBDD) was established by the Perry County Commission in accordance with Missouri Statutes 205.968-205.972 and is responsible for the administration of PCBDD taxes collected within Perry County, Missouri.