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Center for Persons with Developmental Disabilities

Applications, Requirements & Fees

An application for a Center for Persons with Developmental Disabilities (CDD) license must meet the requirements in:
Initial License 
 
An applicant for an initial CDD license must:
  • Submit a completed written application
  • Submit the required documentation and fee; and
  • Pass an onsite inspection prior to client use and occupancy.
Contact the DHHS Division of Public Health for an initial licensure packet for a Center for Persons with Developmental Disabilities.

NOTE:
  1. Facility may not operate until the inspection has been completed and the DHHS Division of Public Health determines a license can be issued.  
  2. A change in location of the facility or change in ownership, voids the current license and requires a new license to be issued prior to providing services.
License Renewal 
 
All CDD licenses expire November 30th of each year and must be renewed to continue to operate.  The renewal process is initiated by the DHHS Division of Public Health sending the licensee no later than 60 days prior to the expiration date a written notice of the license expiration and an application for renewal.
 
Duplicate License
 
A duplicate or reissued license is available by submitting a request in writing or using the available form and a $10.00 fee.   
 
Fees
 
3-002.04A Fees: The licensee must pay fees for licensure and services as set forth
below:
  • Initial and renewal licensure fees: $150
  • Duplicate license: $10
  • Refunds for denied applications:
    a. If the Department did not perform an inspection, the license fee is
    refunded except for an administrative fee of $25.
    b. If the Department performed an inspection, the license fee is not
    refunded.
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