Helping people with developmental disabilities thrive, connect and achieve

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Community Skills

Our Life and Work Connections team will teach you the skills to live, work, and find a job in the community.

Disability support coordination

Support Coordination

We use a person-centered approach with the goal of helping individuals to thrive in the community, connect with others and achieve their personal goals.

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A Career at BCFR

Join an agency that supports people with developmental disabilities in creating opportunities for a better life.

Boone County Family Resource’s Individual Placement and Support (IPS) program provided Galen with essential support to maintain and thrive at his job.

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Community News & Events

We the People – DRLD 2024

Watch a recap of this year’s event!

Supporting the Spectrum Podcast

Hosted by The Thompson Center, topics discussed are geared towards families and professionals providing direct support to individuals with autism, we encourage all to listen.

An Eventful October for Lydia

From catching a foul ball at a Cardinals game to receiving the first Senator Chuck Graham Memorial Disability and Advocacy Ambassador award, read more about Lydia’s exciting month.

Share your story with us!

If you would like to share with others how BCFR has helped you or your child to thrive in the community, connect with others or achieve their personal goals — please let us know!