126 East 2nd Street, Suite c
Chillicothe, Ohio 45601

P: 740-775-5030 | F: 740-775-5023
Hours: M-F, 8:00am - 4:00pm

Southern Ohio Council: A Council of Governments

The Southern Ohio Council of Governments was formed in March 1996 and began services in March 1997. The Council was created by Superintendents of County Boards of Developmental Disabilities in southern Ohio. The Council is a government entity created under Chapter 167 of the Ohio Revised Code, representing 15 County Boards of Developmental Disabilities. The Council provides administrative supports for County Boards in Ross, Pike, Scioto, Pickaway, Adams, Brown, Clinton, Highland, Athens, Vinton, Jackson, Lawrence, Meigs, Fayette, and Gallia Counties.

The Council’s primary focus is in the areas of quality assurance, provider compliance, investigative services and residential administration of waivers and supported living. We are located at 126 East Second Street, Suite C, in Chillicothe, Ohio.

This year we are celebrating 18 years of service to families, individuals with disabilities, providers, and County Board staff. We continue to embrace the Board’s vision and bring the needs and concerns of rural, southern Ohio to statewide stakeholders in an effort to provide individualized, personal supports to people with developmental disabilities.

If you would like to be added to the SOCOG e-mail list to receive notifications for trainings or other events, please e-mail llippert@socog.org. Indicate if you are a provider, county board employee, or a family member of an individual with a developmental disability so we can add your name to the correct list. Thank you.


LATEST NEWS

Training Site Changes Location Beginning in August 2014

Spring/Summer 2014 Newsletter

SOCOG Now Accepts Online Payment by Credit Card

 

Current Job Postings

Representative Payee

 

Our Mission Statement:

-  Do things together we can't do effectively and efficiently alone.

- Offer members a trusted source of external expertise and feedback.

 

OUR PRINCIPLES:

-  Flexibility for County Boards to participate in their own way.

-  Keep structure "SIMPLE".

-  Modest demands on Board member's time.