Joining the Oregon Developmental Disabilities Coalition gives developmental disability organizations throughout Oregon the opportunity to work closely with other professionals, self-advocates and leaders in the field. While members of the Oregon Developmental Disabilities Coalition represent a variety of perspectives, we all share a common mission to promote quality service and supports which respectfully further the rights, equality, justice, and inclusion for all Oregonians with developmental disabilities and their families.

The Oregon Developmental Disabilities Coalition meets in Salem on the first Tuesday of each month to share information and take action.  If you are interested in becoming a Coalition Member, please complete the Membership Application – Fillable PDF or Membership Application – Printable PDF and send to the Oregon Developmental Disabilities Coalition via email at or send to 1775 32nd Place, Suite F, Salem OR 97301.

Get to know our Coalition Members:

Albertina Kerr Center

Bethesda Lutheran Communities


Center on Human Development, University of Oregon

Community Access Services

Community Pathways

Community Provider Association of Oregon Inc

Community Vision Inc.

Creative Supports Inc.

Danville Services of Oregon LLC

Disability Rights Oregon

FACT Family & Community Together

Full Access Brokerage

Inclusion, Inc.

Independence Northwest

ISN/Child Youth and Family Services Inc.

Living Opportunities

Northwest Down Syndrome Association

On The Move Community Integration

Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities

Oregon Institute on Disabilities and Development | CDRC (OHSU)

Oregon Rehabilitation Association

Oregon Technical Assistance Corporation

OSSA – Oregon Supported Services Association

PCL Partnerships in Community Living

Providence Child Care Center

Resource Connections of Oregon

Self Determination Resources Inc. (SDRI)

Southern Oregon Regional Brokerage

Sunny Oaks

Tandem Northwest Inc.

The Arc Benton County

The Arc Lane County

The Arc Oregon

UCP United Cerebral Palsy of Oregon & SW Washington