The Child Development Center (CDC) is a non-profit agency that has supported children and families in Western Montana for nearly 40 years. CDC serves children with developmental delays and at risk for developmental delays, as well as children diagnosed with autism. Services include evaluation and diagnosis, family education, support and coordination of services and community resources. CDC services also include a Neonatal ICU follow-up service and a respite house that offers day and overnight respite services for children.
CDC prides itself on comprehensive knowledge and expertise related to child development. The Center focuses on home- based services, which incorporate interventions into daily routines, and offers a family-centered approach that empowers parents to improve their children’s lives.
Most services are free to families.
CDC has offices in Missoula, Kalispell and Bozeman and a satellite office in Hamilton.
Child Development Center
3335 Lt. Moss Road
Missoula, MT 59804