Montgomery County, have the most severe and profound intellectual
disabilities, are physically challenged and/or have significant medical needs.
Stillwater provides other related support services to eligible families and
individuals. Currently, Stillwater Center is licensed to provide residential
services to 98 individuals. Stillwater Center is owned and operated by the
Board of Montgomery County Commissioners.
Stillwater Center is committed to operating in a manner that is respectful and protecting of residents' rights as well as economically feasible. Residents' services include habilitation; nursing; recreation; physical, occupational, and speech therapy; nutrition; and social services.
STILLWATER CENTER RESPITE CARE:
Stillwater Center provides out of home respite care for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities with significant medical acuity and/or persons with substantial function limitations in self care, self direction, communication, mobility, learning capacity for independent living, and economic self sufficiency. Respite services are limited to 30 days per year, per person.
Initial request for respite care should be made two weeks in advance. Application for respite care is approved based on the ability to accommodate and in the order of family requests. For more specific information and/or to arrange a tour of the facility contact Social Services Department at 890-0646, ext. 1152.
STILLWATER CENTER REPLACEMENT FACILITY:
A newly constructed building was opened in April, 2003. The facility consists of 100,000 square feet, 106-beds; consisting of a 30-bed main facility, two 16-bed homes, and five 12-bed homes. The homes are designed specifically for Stillwater's resident population. All services are provided on a ground floor; buildings are adjacent and interconnected, some private, mostly semi-private rooms, quality bathing and grooming areas, family and living/dining rooms in each home.