Behavioral Support Services
A DDA grant-funded program operated out of The Arc of Southern Maryland will pay for sexual therapy provided by approved therapists, behavioral consultation, temporary augmentation of staff and emergency services for people who are DDA eligible. There are several psychologists who can provide behavioral assessments, training and consultation. The Behavioral Support Services program provides services directly to families as well as to agencies.

Mary Ann Carmody, RN, BSN
6121 Nevada Avenue NW, Washington, DC
Offers sexuality education, consultation, assessments, and training for individuals with developmental disabilities. ($60 per class, does not accept Medical Assistance.)

Sexual Health Network
Provides easy access to sexuality information, education, counseling, medical attention and other sexuality resources for people with disabilities.

Sex Information and Education Council of the United States
Provides a national network of professionals who promote the delivery of comprehensive sexuality education, providing information and protecting individuals’ sexual rights.

UWO Developmental Disabilities Program
Offers many resources that may be helpful for you and your family as you consider how to teach appropriate social skills.

Note: These providers are not endorsed or approved by The Arc of Prince George’s County. This contact information is provided as a service; families must determine for themselves if these providers are able to support the needs of their family member(s).