Appalachian Parents Association, Inc.
39 South Third Street
Oakland, Maryland 21550
Day Habilitation Program, Sheltered Workshop/Vocational Day Program, Supported Employment, Family Support Services, Individual Support Services, Respite Care, Community Supported Living Arrangements, Residential Services
Individuals Have the Following Types of Disabilities:
Intellectual Disability, Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy/Seizure Disorders, Deafness/Severe Hearing Impairments, Blindness/Severe Visual Impairment, Orthopedic Impairment, Behavioral Problems, Muscular Dystrophy, Mental Disorder, Speech/Language Impairment, and other undetermined Disabilities.
Ages Served: 17 and Older
Home Region of DDA: Western
Counties Served: Allegany, and Garrett Counties
Year Established: 1979
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APA (Appalachian Crossroads) operates for the purpose of providing personnel, services, activities, programs, and facilities for the evaluation, training, employment, socialization, support, and transportation of persons who have developmental disabilities, handicaps, economic disadvantages, or are aged, to enable them to become more productive and functional members of society or to promote their quality of life or maintain themselves in the community.
Steps Individuals Must Take to Apply for Services
Please telephone Scott Hollingsworth, Director of Day Program or Cheryl Lockhart, Director of Community Living Support Services at (301) 334-8449 Mon-Fri between 9 am and 3:30 pm.
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