21 Plus


21 Plus is proud to partner with the NJ Department of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) to offer residential services, vocational services and supported employment to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities that are eligible for financial aid.

There are several steps to take before receiving support from the DDD. An individual with an intellectual or developmental disability may apply at 18 years of age, and if eligible, will start receiving services at 21 years of age.

Step 1: Eligibility
Step 2: Intake/Application Process
Step 3: Eligibility Determination Process
Step 4: Tiering & Acuity Factor
Step 5: Individual Budgets

For more details on each step of the process, please refer to the NJ DDD’s Supports Program Policies & Procedures Manual by clicking here.

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For more information on eligibility for services with no out-of-pocket cost, please email info@21plus.org or contact the DDD’s Freehold office directly:

3499 Route 9 North
Freehold, NJ 07728

Here is a guide to frequently asked questions and resources – Frequently Asked Questions and Resources