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Youth Admissions

Successful Dreams Support Services desires to maintain and enhance a healthy, safe environment for every child supported. Through Person-Centered training, guidelines, and strategies, individuals will have the opportunity to build a circle of support. The plans set in place will identify personal goals, interests, needs, talents, and dreams to provide excellent service during the duration of stay. This philosophy is carried out during the stay through, but not limited to the following areas: 

A. Room and board

B. Personal care needs, 

C. Life skill development education, school fees, 

D. Individual psychotherapy, specialized therapy

E. After school activities

F. Transportation to appointments within a sixty (60) mile radius. 

    1. Examples of transportation needs may include to and from school, medical care needs, therapy sessions, recreation, etc. 

Adult Admissions

General Adults Admission Criteria


  • Meets the State of Kansas definition of an Intellectual/Developmental Disability (I/DD).

  • To receive day or residential services, a person must be 18 years of age or older.  

  • Person from a division’s catchment area shall have priority within the division if they so choose.

  • Capability of agency to meet the needs of the individual.

  • An expressed interest of the individual and/or family willingness to cooperate in the provision of services.

  • Health assessment within last six (6) months.

  • Funding source to meet the individual’s identified needs.

  • Legal resident of Kansas.

  • A person with a communicable disease will first be referred to the SDSS RN.



The following steps apply to individuals seeking services at SDSS LLC.


 Step 1: Contact the Community Developmental Disability Organization (CDDO) in their area. The CDDO is responsible for determining eligibility for SDSS, LLC. services. In Labette County, the CDDO is CLASS LTD. They can be reached at (620) 429-1212. This covers South East area of the State of Kansas. 


 Step 2: A meeting with the CDDO is scheduled to determine eligibility and to discuss Targeted Case Management service options within the area.

Step 3: An agency or service provider is selected by the individual seeking services. The CDDO will make a referral to the appropriate agency or service provider of their choice.

Step 4: If SDSS, LLC. is selected; a meeting with SDSS will be scheduled to identify necessary and appropriate services.

Step 5:  Once all the necessary prerequisites have been completed, services will begin.

Community Service
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