CLASS believes everyone deserves the opportunity to live a rewarding, fulfilling, and meaningful life, and that having a developmental disability does not diminish the desire or right to pursue this dream, it simply makes the journey more challenging.Read More
Assisting Individuals with Disabilities Along Life’s Journey
Upon admission to CLASS services, you will be given information about CLASS’ Formal Grievance Policy. Should you decide that you are dissatisfied with your current case manager, you will be provided with the contact information of the Director of Case Management who supervises your case manager to resolve any concerns.
We love to give tours of our service centers! CLASS has service centers in Coffeyville, Columbus, Independence, Parsons, and Pittsburg. Contact Gretchen Andrews at 620.429.1212 or (toll free) to schedule a tour of the service center nearest you.
For individuals who currently receive CLASS services, you can expect to see your case manager at least once per month. CLASS case managers strive to meet with individuals who receive CLASS services in each area of services received by the individual.
If you are not currently eligible to receive CLASS services because you were placed on the state-wide waiting list, a CLASS case manager will assist you in determining your case management support needs on an individual basis.
No, all payroll services for your staff are completed by CLASS on your behalf.
Life Skills Enhancement services will benefit you or your loved one by providing daily, curriculum-based training on socialization activities, recreation, community inclusion, opportunities for volunteerism, environmental awareness/stimulation, following directions, cultural and ethnic traditions, and leisure pursuits.