The Child Development Center can help
The Child Development Center (CDC) provides services to families in western Montana whose children are considered to be “at risk” for delays in development or have a diagnosed developmental disability.
CDC works with each family to promote the development of their child from birth through age 21. CDC strives to enhance the potential of each child by:
- strengthening independent family function
- maximizing each child’s skills and abilities
- utilizing a team approach that is family centered
The Child Development Center is a private, non-profit organization serving children and families based on need and disability. CDC provides services in seven counties throughout WESTERN MONTANA and contracts with the state’s Developmental Disabilities Program for funding.
Most of CDC’s programs – including screening, evaluation and diagnosis, and in-home services – are provided at no cost to families. CDC will bill Medicaid or private insurance when applicable.
Please explore our website to find out more about CDC! If you have any questions about what you read or you would like to have a child screened, please call us at 1-800-914-4779.