Senator Troy Balderson (R-Zanesville) announced today that the state will invest $2.6 million to upgrade the Cambridge Developmental Disabilities Center in Guernsey County.
Long overdue upgrades to the 80-year-old facility will include the installation of new stand-alone HVAC systems in each of the five residential buildings.
“In addition to improved energy efficiency, this investment will help enhance the quality of care for Guernsey County residents that rely on services provided at this facility,” said Balderson.

The Cambridge Developmental Center is an intermediate care facility dedicated to the treatment of individuals with disabilities. The facility has capacity to care for 108 individuals and employs 115 full- and part-time staff. The Cambridge Center serves residents across a multi-county region and provides vocational training as well as health services.


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