PCSB40PCSB40 50 Years Anniversary


Pike County Senate Bill 40

Serving Pike County MO Persons With Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Since 1970

Who We Are:

PCSB 40 is the “Senate Bill 40” board for Pike County. Senate Bill 40 was a bill adopted by the Missouri General Assembly in 1969 that enables individual Missouri counties to levy a property tax to pay for needed services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) in that county. Pike County was the first county in Missouri to pass the Senate Bill 40 enabling legislation, adopting it in May 1970. Today, nearly 90 counties throughout Missouri have passed this enabling legislation.

PCSB 40 is governed by a nine member Board of Directors composed of parents, family members, educators, professionals, and other advocates for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Board members are appointed by the Pike County Commission and serve three-year terms.

Board meetings take place on the third Tuesday of each month at 4pm at our administrative offices at 900 Independence Dr. in Bowling Green MO, and unless otherwise noted, are open to the public per the Missouri Sunshine Law.

Mission Statement

To foster excellence in the support of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and the agencies that serve them, enabling persons to live, work, and thrive in the community.

Values Statement

Accountability… over both public funds maintained by the board as well as the efficiency and effectiveness of programs funded and provided for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Partnership… with persons served, family members, local affiliated agencies who support persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities, state agencies, county officials, and other stakeholders.

Integrity… of board employed staff and leadership

Respect… for both persons served as well as for other staff and board members.

Quality… over services and supports for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities, both funded and provided by the board.

Person-Centeredness… persons served and their families are the central figures in determining quality and success.

Vision Statement

An inclusive community where all succeed together.

Who’s Who:
Executive Director: Pete Breting
Business Manager: Kim Lumley
Human Resources Manager: Kim Smith
Administrative Assistant: Janet Stolarski

Services Available/Provided/Purchased
Pike County has a long tradition of assisting persons with IDD, and residents of our county with intellectual and developmental disabilities have many service and support options to choose from.

PCSB 40 contracts with area nonprofit agencies in meeting the needs of Pike County persons with IDD, and in helping funded agencies accomplish their mission in serving persons with IDD.

Agencies Financially Supported:

  • Pike County Agency for Developmental Disabilities (a.k.a. PCADD)
  • Champ Clark Association for Challenged Children (a.k.a. The Learning Center)
  • Pike Shop Sheltered Workshop
  • Ruth Jensen Village

Services Provided By Contracted Agencies:

  • Day Habilitation
  • Community Inclusion
  • Community Employment
  • Residential
  • Respite Care
  • Personal Assistance
  • Early Childhood Intervention
  • First Steps
  • Sheltered Employment
  • Transportation

Persons served in funded programs must be residents of Pike County MO and have an intellectual or developmental disability as determined by the MO Division of Developmental Disabilities.

Champ Clark Service Coordination provides case management services for Pike County persons with IDD, and can provide assistance with the Division of Developmental Disability intake and eligibility process. Call (573) 324-6226 for more information or assistance with the intake process.

Board of Directors Meetings
Board meetings take place monthly in all months but December on the third Tuesday of each month at 4:00 p.m. at the PCSB 40 office at 900 Independence Dr., Bowling Green MO.

Contact Information


900 Independence Drive

Bowling Green MO 63334

Phone: (573) 324-5493  Fax: (573) 324-6391