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Behavioral and developmental programs thriving

January 21, 2014

Photo by Joseph Bell Kathy Kroeger, co-administrator of Cameron and Elk Counties Behavioral and Developmental Programs speaks Tuesday morning during an Elk County Board of Commissioners meeting.

The Cameron and Elk Counties Behavioral and Developmental Programs continue to thrive as evidenced by positive state compliance rankings.
“With our intellectual disabilities program, we recently had our review by the state managers as they look at everyone in the state and make sure we’re meeting everything, following all the rules and regulations, and our program was found to be in 100 percent compliance,” said Kathy Kroeger, co-administrator. “It’s a very detailed review with 80 different questions and items, and we’re very thrilled about this.”

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