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Day Services are provided at a number of locations throughout the County. Support provided through our Day Services are built upon a foundation of choice, strengthened by a respect for the individual being supported as well as a person centered approach. A variety of skills are fortified by Day Services: independent living skills, recreational opportunities, volunteer work, and community involvement. The environment encompasses activities based on individual strengths, desires and skill level.

For further information about OPWDD eligibility or receiving services from Mountain Lake Services, please contact our Clinical Services office at 518-546-3386.

Programs & Services

Service Eligibility

To receive services from Mountain Lake Services, one must be deemed eligible for services provided by OPWDD. This is determined by a regional eligibility committee.

To qualify for OPWDD services, one must have a qualifying diagnosis, an IQ that falls in the disabled range, significant adaptive deficits, and an onset of a disability prior to the age of 22.

Qualifying diagnoses are:
  • Intellectual Disabilities
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Epilepsy
  • Neurological Impairment
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders

A person must score 70 or below to have an IQ in the disabled range.