Pike County Agency
for Developmental Disabilities
Pike County Agency for Developmental Disabilities (PCADD) is the county entity charged with administering the funds generated by what is commonly known as Senate Bill 40.
Senate Bill 40 refers to state legislation passed in 1969 (Sections 205.968 - 205.972 RSMo) that allows counties to levy a tax upon themselves to be used to help fund services for persons who have a developmental disability such as Down syndrome, Epilepsy, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, or a significant learning disability. Pike County was the first county to adopt Senate Bill 40 in May of 1970.
The mission of PCADD is to help Pike County citizens with developmental disabilities succeed.
Our vision is that Pike County citizens with developmental disabilities have quality programs and services to meet their needs.
We hope that our website will explain what we do and how we do it and will answer many of your questions. For further information do not hesitate to contact us by email or by phone at (573) 324-5493.