Maryland Transitioning Youth (

This website was developed in partnership by members of the Governor’s Interagency Transition Council (IATC). These State and local agencies, family members, service providers, and advocates work to ensure effective interagency planning and delivery of services for secondary students with disabilities. Among other topics, the website offers information and resources on:

  • Transition Planning
  • Post-Secondary Education
  • Employment Services
  • Health Care
  • Transportation

Anne Arundel County

Arc of the Central Chesapeake Region
Individual and family supports for families of children with disabilities, including respite care and housing support for people with disabilities. Low Intensity Support Services (LISS) funding information is available for families of children with disabilities. The Arc of the Central Chesapeake Region services families and individuals in Anne Arundel County, Caroline, Dorchester Queen Anne’s and Talbot counties.

931 Spa Road
Annapolis, Maryland 2140

Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS)
Programs and services that help high school students with significant disabilities move into higher education, vocational training and employment

2001-A Commerce Park Drive, Suite 1
Annapolis, Maryland 21401

A.A. Co Henry L. Hein Public Service Bldg.
7480 Baltimore Annapolis Blvd., Suite 100
Glen Burnie, Maryland 21061

Opportunity Builder’s Inc.
Provides vocational training and employment services for adults with developmental disabilities.

8855 Veterans Highway
Millersville, Maryland 21108

Providence Center
Transportation, basic care, counseling, employment information and referral for adults (age 18 and older) with intellectual disabilities or developmental disabilities.

370 Shore Acres Road
Arnold, Maryland

Service Coordination
Private, nonprofit organization dedicated to serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities who are receiving and who are applying for services by DDA.

801 Cromwell Park Drive, Suite 111-117
Glen Burnie, Maryland 21061

Social Security Administration
Provides benefits such as Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

180 Admiral Cochran Drive, Suite 210
Annapolis, Maryland 21401

337 Hospital Drive, Suite 1A
Glen Burnie, Maryland 21061

Garrett County

Appalachian Parent Association- Appalachian Crossroads 

APA (Appalachian Parent Association), aka Appalachian Crossroads, provides personnel, services, activities, programs, and facilities for the evaluation, training, employment, socialization, support, and transportation of persons who have intellectual disabilities.

39 South Third Street
Oakland, Maryland 21550
Phone: 301-334-8449

Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS)
The Maryland Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS) offers programs and services that help people with disabilities go to work or stay independent in their homes and communities.

Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS)
Western Maryland Consortium, Garrett County
215 South Third Street
P.O. Box 595
Oakland, Maryland 21550

Phone: 301-334-7947
TTY: 301-334-7947
FAX: 301-334-7946

Service Coordination, Inc.

Service Coordination, Inc. is a private, nonprofit organization which provides support to adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities by connecting them with needed resources and services in their communities.

315 Dawson Ave # B
Oakland, Maryland 21550
Phone: 301- 334-9505

Harford County

Harford County Public Schools Department of Special Education- Transition Services Department

The HCPS transitioning program is based on the belief that students with disabilities should be involved in planning their future and gaining experiences that prepare them for the world of work and community living. All members of the IEP team assist with transition planning. A number of individuals come together to help students between the ages of 14 and 21 years plan for transition.

100 Thomas Run Road
Bel Air, Maryland 21015
Phone: 410-638-3843
Fax: 410-638-3640

Harford County Commission on Disabilities

The Commission on Disabilities was established in 1995 to serve as the voice of the disability community in Harford County. Members are appointed by the County Executive with the approval of the County Council. The Commission is dedicated to helping the more than 24,000 Harford County citizens with disabilities to participate fully in the community. The Commission provides information and referral services and works on a variety of projects which address disability-related issues such as employment, transportation, accessibility, transition, etc.

410-638-3373 voice/TTY

Kent County

Kent Center

Kent Center is a small not-for-profit charitable organization, which provides highly personalized, 24-hour a day services for adults who have a broad spectrum of developmental disabilities such as intellectual disabilities, autism, cerebral palsy, and/or physical disabilities.

215 Scheeler Road
Chestertown, Maryland 21620

Prince George’s County

The Arc of Prince George’s County

Provides support through a variety of programs and services that match each person or family’s individual needs, and ensures that people with developmental disabilities are given the skills, access, and information they need to fully participate as citizens in their communities. Programs are provided at four locations throughout the county, including the Bridges of Largo program for medically fragile individuals. Day Habilitation, Supported Employment, and Vocational Workshops are available.

1401 McCormick Drive
Largo, Maryland 20774