Improving Systems, Practices, and Outcomes

Part C Lead Agencies

Part C Lead Agencies, updated October 2016
State/Jurisdiction 1, 2 Lead Agency
Alabama Rehabilitation Services
Alaska Health and Social Services
American Samoa Health
Arizona Economic Security
Arkansas Human Services/Developmental Disabilities
California Developmental Services
Colorado Human Services
Connecticut Developmental Services
Delaware Health and Social Services
District of Columbia Education
Florida Health
Georgia Public Health
Guam Education
Hawaii Health
Idaho Health and Welfare
Illinois Human Services
Indiana Family and Social Services
Iowa Education
Kansas Health and Environment
Kentucky Health and Family Services/Public Health
Louisiana Health
Maine Education
Maryland Education
Massachusetts Public Health
Michigan Education
Minnesota Education
Mississippi Health
Missouri Elementary and Secondary Education
Montana Public Health and Human Services
Nebraska Education andHealth and Human Services (Co-Lead)
Nevada Health and Human Services
New Hampshire Health and Human Services
New Jersey Health
New Mexico Health/Developmental Disabilities Support Division
New York Health
North Carolina Health and Human Services
North Dakota Human Services
Northern Mariana Islands Education
Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities (as of 07/01/2016)
Oklahoma Education
Oregon Education
Pennsylvania Education andHuman Services (Co-Lead)
Puerto Rico Health
Rhode Island Health and Human Services
South Carolina First Steps to School Readiness
South Dakota Education
Tennessee Education
Texas Health and Human Services
Utah Health
Vermont Education andHuman Services (Co-Lead)
Virgin Islands Health
Virginia Behavioral Health and Developmental Services
Washington Children, Youth and Families
West Virginia Health and Human Resources
Wisconsin Health Services
Wyoming Health
  • 1  Federated States of Micronesia, Republic of Marshall Islands and Republic of Palau are not currently eligible for this federal program.
  • 2  The Department of the Interior (DOI) receives allocation from the U.S.Department of Education, which then is distributed by DOI to tribes.