Since 1982, Benedictine’s Adult Services program has supported community living, employment and community engagement for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Licensed/Approved by the Maryland Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) under the Community Pathways, Family Supports and Community Supports Waivers, Benedictine is proud to carry on a tradition of excellence based on the belief in the dignity of all people.


At Benedictine we follow a Person Centered Approach to help empower the people we support in achieving their greatest potential.

Community Living
Options include Benedictine owned neighborhood group homes & supported living
Meaningful Day Services
We provide life enrichment options centered on the interests of the people we support.
Employment Services
We provide pre-employment education, career exploration & skills development, connecting those we support with jobs in the community.

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Our person-centered approach helps us get to know each applicant's interests and assists in determining if Benedictine is the right provider for you.

Updates and Advocacy Opportunities

COVID-19 Statement – Current Policies & Recommendations

Update: March 2, 2022 Dear families, The first couple of months of 2022 have been a little challenging on the COVID front at Benedictine and ...

Benedictine Awarded Best In Business Nonprofit Caroline County

Award is presented by Caroline County Chamber of Commerce Benedictine Executive Director Scott Evans and staff gather to express their gratitude on behalf of Benedictine ...

Benedictine Awards Service Milestones

Staff was celebrated for their years of service during holiday luncheon Benedictine celebrated milestones in service for 52 of its dedicated staff members in early ...

Benedictine Is Awarded Community Development Block Grant

CDBG will be first step in the Transforming a Campus to Transform Lives Master Plan (Ridgely, MD – December 17, 2021) – Benedictine has been ...

Learning for Living: One Family’s Success Story

David Plapinger was almost 17 years old when he enrolled as a residential student at the Benedictine School in February of 2019.  Before coming to ...

2021-2022 School Calendar

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Celebrating 60 years video premiere

We were scheduled to gather this weekend to celebrate Benedictine’s 60th anniversary. In light of the current crisis our plans have obviously changed. Now, more ...

Spring Benefit 2020 nets $171,000

Benedictine’s Spring Benefit 2020 – A Night to Celebrate, scheduled for April 24, and then canceled in response to COVID-19, nets more than $171,000 in ...

Social Worker Month: Meet Ms. Nancy

Meet Ms. Nancy: Social Worker Month each March is a time to celebrate Benedictine’s dedicated Case Management team and the valuable profession of social work. ...

Social Worker Month: Meet Ms. Laura

Meet Ms. Laura Mitchell, a social worker who started her passion for helping students here at Benedictine seven years ago. On her career path, she ...

Spring Benefit 2020 Update

A message from Spring Benefit Event Co-Chairs: We’re sad to announce today that our Spring Benefit and all related activities scheduled for the weekend of ...