OCCK Services in Dickinson County began in 1983 through partnerships with families, schools, and the community. When you come to the Abilene Regional Office for services, we uild a plan around you. Your living and employment plan is designed with as little or as much support as you need and want. Not only can you receive intensive services, but we can bring an assortment or other services such as assitive technology, transition support, information and referral, independent living, day services, case management, Infant Toddler services and more.
You will have an array of employment training opportunities through relationships we have developed throughout Dickinson County. The Abilene Recycling Center is operated and staffed by OCCK, and this relationship with the City of Abilene benefits OCCK customers, staff, and the citizens of Dickinson County.
Abilene OCCK’s community-based Day Program provides a wide array of daily activities based upon your interests and esires.
OCCK in Abilene and Dickinson County offers many living, employment and recreational activities to make a positive difference in the lives of people using our services.
OCCK Inc.: Abilene Office
300 N. Cedar St.
Abilene, KS 67410
(785) 263-2208 Voice/TDD
(785) 263-3795 Fax