After a decade of exceptional, person-centered, and trauma-informed care support to persons with intellectual and development (ID/DD) disabilities in the District of Columbia, Frontline expanded its reach to support individuals in southern Maryland as an approved-DDA provider agency.
We promise that the services we offer as a DDA-provider agency in Maryland will continue to emphasize the dignity, rights, and independence of the individuals we serve. Frontline strives to bring meaning to the lives of the people in our programs. We do not limit our people to their disabilities nor the extent of their medical or psychiatric diagnoses. Frontline’s intention, therefore, is to provide the best care and support needed to make the persons served to feel loved and productive.
Personalized services provided in the individual’s home or apartment to increase their independence and community integration.
Short-term care within an individual’s home or at of our licensed facilities, providing the individual with a break from their daily routine.
Provided as part of the residential services, self-directed services, or as a stand-alone service.
Nurse consultation, nurse care management, and delegation of nurses.
Group homes and enhanced supports.