History

History of MDSC Montana

MDSC was developed as a response to the Montana State Legislature’s desire to provide community-based services for people with developmental disabilities and intensive needs. Through hard work and a tremendous amount of dedication, professionals worked together to submit a proposal to bring this service to the Missoula Community.

When our doors first opened, 30 of the original 52 individuals served came from Montana Development Center and/or Eastmont Human Services Center. We started solely to serve a population of individuals with significant medical, self-help, and behavioral challenges. We accepted this challenge and today we take pride in sharing success stories of those who have achieved a high quality of life in the community.

MDSC began providing services to adults with developmental disabilities and intensive needs in October of 1990. Services include Intensive Work and Day; Intensive Community Home; and Intensive Transportation. Through the dedication of internal and external support, we have quickly developed our services and continue to serve our clients daily.

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming events at this time.

Get In Touch

15 + 7 =