Who is the PCBDD

The Perry County Board for the Developmentally Disabled (PCBDD) is a local governmental entity responsible for administering county funds for the development and operation of services for individuals with developmental disabilities.  PCBDD is commonly referred to as the Senate Bill 40 or SB40 Board.  In June 2008, members of the SB40 Board chose to change the Board's name to Perry County Board for the Developmentally Disabled as part of an ongoing effort to modernize and develop new services.

PCBDD typically holds a meeting at 1404 Corporation Lane in Perryville, Missouri. In accordance with the Missouri Sunshine Law, the public is invited to attend all PCBDD board meetings, which take place every 3rd Friday of each month beginning at 8 a.m.  NOTE:  This schedule is subject to change due to administrative conflicts.  Any and all scheduling changes can be found on this website and will be publicly posted at the Perryville office located at 1404 Corporation Lane in Perryville, MO. 

November 20th Meeting will be done remotely through a Zoom connection at: 

Zoom Meeting at:


Meeting ID: 451 862 8528

Feel free to contact PCBDD at 573-547-6639 to confirm the meeting schedule. An agenda for each meeting is posted 24 hours in advance of each meeting at 1404 Corporation Lane in Perryville.

Targeted Case Management (TCM) is a service offered by PCBDD.  This service is more commonly referred to as Support Coordination.  In June 2008, PCBDD entered into a partnership with the Missouri Department of Mental Health, Division of Developmental Disabilities, and the Sikeston Regional Office whereas PCBDD would provide Support Coordination services in Perry, New Madrid and Pemiscot Counties. County Disability Resources (CDR) is who delivers these important services.    

The goals of the partnership are: 

*  To meet the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities in Perry, New Madrid and Pemiscot Counties in      a timely and efficient manner using local access to support coordination

*  To maintain a reasonable caseload size for Support Coordinators in an effort to enhance and monitor services
    provided in the residents of each county

*  To provide quality support coordination to individuals with developmental disabilities

*  To develop a new funding resource for services/supports for individuals with developmental disabilities who are      residing in Perry, New Madrid, and Pemiscot Counties