Mission, Vision and Values
At the Harrison County Board of Developmental Disabilities, we help people create meaningful lives and that makes all the difference.
We don’t serve “clients” and we don’t manage “cases.” We serve people and support their efforts to create the kind of lives they want to live. Our person-centered planning process promotes independence and gives people choice and control over resources spent on their behalf.
We know that relationships matter in life, so we develop partnerships that create opportunities for the people we serve to live, learn, work and contribute alongside every other person in the community. When this happens, people with disabilities become valued for who they are and what they can do!
Encouraging, Supporting and Respecting People on their Journey through Life
People are valued for who they are and what they bring to the community.
We value people and the choices they make for their lives.
We value the human spirit and the potential that lies within each person.
We value supports that help people live, learn, love and have a life of their choosing.
We value relationships that develop from common bonds and interests.
We value Self-Determination and its dream about life that goes beyond basic needs.