Disability Services: South Central Human Service Center
Case management is the single point of entry to services for people with developmental disabilities that are funded by the N.D. Department of Human Services. Case managers provide information and referrals to service providers and assist eligible individuals and their families in identifying, coordinating, and monitoring the support services necessary to meet individual goals. People with mental retardation or related conditions and similar needs may be eligible for services.
Developmental Disabilities Services
Available services include:
Rehabilitation Consulting and Services
Provides the planning and services necessary to enable an individual with a disability to successfully enter the world of work and/or to become as self-sufficient as possible. Services include:
Services to assist business to find solutions to their disability related issues can be found at Business Services.
520 3rd Street Northwest
PO Box 2055
Jamestown, ND 58402-2055
Phone: (701) 253-6388
Toll Free: (800) 639-6292
TTY: (701) 253-6414
North Dakota Client Assistance Program (CAP)
North Dakota Client Assistance Program (CAP) provides advocacy, consultation, education, and referral to individuals who are seeking or receiving services through the North Dakota Vocational Rehabilitation Program, Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation Projects, or Independent Living Centers in order to resolve issues so people can receive the services they are eligible to receive. The Client Assistance Program is independent and separate from Vocational Rehabilitation services.
Contact CAP at:
Phone: (701) 328-8947
Toll Free: (800) 207-6122
TTY: (701) 328-8968
Interagency Program for Assistive Technology (IPAT)
Assists people with disabilities or changing abilities to access adaptive equipment and assistive technology. IPAT provides consultation and equipment loan library services. For information, contact the IPAT coordinator for the southwest and south central region at: