The Pike County Agency for Developmental Disabilities (PCADD) is the County Board for developmental disabilities for Pike County MO. Also sometimes referred to as the “Senate Bill 40” board for Pike County, Senate Bill 40 was legislation adopted by the MO General Assembly in 1969 that enables Missouri counties to tax themselves to pay for services for persons with developmental disabilities. Pike County was the first county in Missouri to pass the Senate Bill 40 enabling legislation in May of 1970.
The PCADD Board of Directors is comprised of nine members appointed by the Pike County Commission. Board meetings take place on the third Tuesday of each month at 4pm at our administrative offices at 900 Independence Dr. in Bowling Green MO., and unless otherwise noted, are open to the public.
To help Pike County citizens with developmental disabilities succeed.
At PCADD, we value…
- The independence, choice, and self-esteem of individuals with developmental disabilities
- The input of consumers, parents, and guardians in planning supports and services
- Individualized services and supports to meet each person’s needs and choices.
Pike County citizens with developmental disabilities have quality programs and services to meet their needs.