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N.D. Developmental Center in Grafton earns accreditation

The North Dakota Developmental Center in Grafton, N.D., has received a four-year accreditation from the national Council on Quality and Leadership for its person-centered community integration plan.

The North Dakota Developmental Center in Grafton, N.D., has received a four-year accreditation from the national Council on Quality and Leadership for its person-centered community integration plan.

The agency provides support for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, serving 94. It is operated by the state Department of Human Services.

The accreditation comes after a three-day visit to the agency during which center staff, state officials, local leaders, volunteers, service providers, clients and others put together an action plan to integrate clients into community living.

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