The Macomb-Oakland Regional Center (MORC),  has been supporting the dreams of people with disabilities and their right to make choices about their lives for over 37 years.  As a private, nonprofit, human services agency, MORC provides services and supports for more than 5,000 children and adults with developmental and psychiatric disabilities. Utilizing a person-centered planning process, MORC promotes choice, and offers a wide array of services from clinical to recreational to vocational to community living support.

As a nonprofit agency, MORC contracts with and receives funding from Oakland County Community Mental Health Authority, Macomb County Community Mental Health Services Board, and the Michigan Department of Community Health. MORC subcontracts with more than 200 nonprofit agencies within its communities. MORC works in association with many other agencies, including Michigan Department of Human Services, Michigan Rehabilitation Services and local and intermediate school districts, to name a few.

MORC uses a person-centered planning process to determine the wants and needs of each individual with a disability and then creates a customized plan of services to help them reach their life goals, have a high quality of life and live in the community setting of their choice. The following array of services are:

Supports Coordination, Self-Determination, Clinical Services, Children and Family Services, Home Choices, Vocational Services, Respite Services, Recreational Therapy Services, Rehabilitation Services, Autism Services, Home Care Services, and Training.

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