Angie Cichon, Director of Family Living with I Am Boundless, stands at the nonprofit’s office. CONTRIBUTED

Nonprofit adds behavioral health services, opens West Carrollton office

A nonprofit added behavioral health services for adults and teens and has opened a new office.

I Am Boundless, which supports people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, opened Boundless’ West at the Liberty Center in West Carrollton.

Boundless added behavioral health services including individual, group and family counseling and plans to start psychiatric services soon.

Montgomery County Board of Developmental Disabilities has privatized day programming and Boundless stated that it was chosen to partner on the services.

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Boundless shares space with affiliate MONCO Enterprises, which does employment readiness skills training, employment opportunities and job coaching.

The nonprofit said in a statement that it is planning an open house for its location 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sept. 12 at its new office at 700 Liberty Lane, West Carrollton.

I Am Boundless also lists locations north of Columbus and in Newark.

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