We advocate for IDD providers across the state – on local, state and federal levels. Governmental Affairs briefings are held weekly for members.
Continuing Education & Training
We provide training and workshops for providers, families, and friends on IDD as well as topics like leadership and succession planning.
Members enjoy access to a network of professionals for knowledge, support and connection through regular association meetings and events.
More than 15 resource networks, task forces, and committees meet regularly to problem solve in specific IDD areas.
Strong Support Network
Whenever you need help, you can count on a network of experts from across the state to provide the information and services you need at no additional cost.
An exclusive discount program through Working Advantage. It gives you access to thousands of products and services with tens of thousands of merchants across the country.
What Membership Means
Membership means opportunity – the opportunity to shape the form and direction of developmental disability policy in Kansas. The opportunity to collaborate and learn with other disability support professionals across the state.
We have a long and fruitful history of advocacy and education in Kansas. We proudly serve over 40 organizations, as well as the tens of thousands of Kansans with intellectual and developmental disabilities (“IDD”). Whether it be through advocacy before local, state, and federal governments, or through continuing education opportunities for direct support professionals and executives, we strive to promote a stronger support network for all Kansans with IDD.
2022 InterHab Members
Achievement Services for Northeast Kansas – Atchison
Arrowhead West, Inc. – Dodge City
Bethesda – Kansas City
Big Lakes Developmental Center, Inc. – Manhattan
Brown County Developmental Services, Inc. – Hiawatha
Cerebral Palsy Research Foundation – Wichita
CLASS, LTD – Columbus
COF Training Services, Inc. – Ottawa
Cottonwood, Inc. – Lawrence
Cowley County CDDO – Winfield
Developmental Services of Jackson County – Holton
Developmental Services of Northwest Kansas – Hays
Disability Planning Organization of Kansas, Inc. – Salina
Doniphan County Services & Workskills, Inc. – Elwood
East Central Kansas Area Agency on Aging CDDO – Ottawa
Flinthills Services, Inc. – El Dorado
Futures Unlimited – Wellington
Goodwill Industries of KS, Inc. – Wichita
Harvey-Marion County CDDO – Newton
Hetlinger Developmental Services, Inc. – Emporia
Johnson County Developmental Supports – Lenexa
KETCH, Inc. – Wichita
Lakemary – Paola
Multi-Community Diversified Services, Inc. – McPherson
Mosaic, Inc. – Kansas City, KS
Nemaha County Training Center, Inc. – Seneca
New Beginnings Enterprises, Inc. – Neodesha
New Horizons, Inc. – Salina
OCCK, Inc. – Salina
Rainbows United, Inc. – Wichita
ResCare Kansas – Wichita
Riverside Resources, Inc. – Leavenworth
Sedgwick County CDDO – Wichita
Starkey, Inc. – Wichita
Sunflower Diversified Services, Inc. – Great Bend
TARC, Inc. – Topeka
The Arc of Sedgwick County – Wichita
TECH, Inc. – Hutchinson
Tri-Ko, Inc. – Osawatomie
Tri-Valley Developmental Services, Inc. – Chanute
Twin Rivers Developmental Supports, Inc. – Arkansas City
Twin Valley Developmental Services, Inc. – Greenleaf
Wyandotte County CDDO – Kansas City, KS
Easterseals Midwest – St. Louis, MO
First Nonprofit Group – Chicago, IL
Night Owl Support Systems – Madison, WI
Sandata – Port Washington, NY
Special Considerations – Dallastown, PA
InterHab Board of Directors
Shelly May, JCDS – President
Patrick Gardner, COF Training Services, Inc. – Vice President
Susan Futscher, Nemaha County Training Center, Inc. – Treasurer
Kathy Walter, Flinthills Services, Inc., – Secretary
Doug Wisby, MCDS – Past President
Kirk Davis, Lakemary
Eileen Doran, TARC
Kevin Fish, Ability Point
Mieke Hoeffner, DPOK
Pat Jonas, CPRF
Colin McKenney, Starkey, Inc.
Jerry Michaud, DSNWK