DCBDD Update Regarding COVID-19
May 5, 2020
To the people we serve, their families, providers and our community:

We hope you are staying safe and well during this time. As we have been for the last several months, the Delaware County Board of Developmental Disabilities (DCBDD) continues to evaluate the COVID-19 pandemic. We remain committed to putting the safety of those we serve, their families, and our providers first. On April 30, 2020, Ohio Department of Health Director, Dr. Amy Acton, signed the Stay Safe Ohio Order. As a result, DCBDD will continue to follow these orders by taking the appropriate measures to continue service and support to people safely. 

We are all in this together and DCBDD is certainly here for you. If you have an unmet need, please reach out to your DCBDD contact so that we can provide assistance. We will continue to support our providers and the people we serve with supplies and resources when needs arise.

I want to again extend my sincere appreciation to the members of our provider community who are serving on the frontlines during this crisis. We are fortunate to have such caring and dedicated professionals in our county to support the people we serve. I also wish to say thank you to our dedicated employees for continuing to find creative and effective ways to meet the needs of people.

Times have changed and our new normal is different. What remains constant is our commitment to our mission to inspire, empower, and support people to lead personally fulfilling lives.

Lastly, our employees came together (virtually) to create a video to send you our well wishes during these trying times. We hope this video leaves you with the positive message that brighter days are ahead. Click here to view the video.

Stay strong Delaware,

Kristine Hodge,
Brighter Days Are Ahead
Delaware County Board of Developmental Disabilities| 740-201-3600| www.dcbdd.org
7991 Columbus Pike, Lewis Center, OH 43035