NCTC operates under a 12 member governing board. The board members represent various geographic areas of the county as well as different areas of expertise, including that of a parent or guardian of a person with a developmental disability.
The board meets once a month on the third Thursday. The meetings are held in Seneca with the exception of 2 meetings per year which are held in Sabetha. The remaining board members approve the appointment of new members. Board terms are for three years and a member can serve up to 3 consecutive terms if reappointed by the board.
NCTC is a private not for profit corporation. NCTC does not have taxing authority and is partially dependent upon donations and private contributions for operating income. Contributions made to NCTC may be tax deductible.
If you would like to make a donation to NCTC, please contact us at (785) 336-6116 or mail your donation to:
NCTC, 12 South 11th St.
Seneca, KS 66538
Are you an online shopper? If so, AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support NCTC every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as Amazon, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to NCTC!
The Right Stuff Thrift Store, owned and operated by NCTC, creates an opportunity for community members to donate items they no longer need, so thrifty shoppers can buy items at a great price!
Items may be donated to the Right Stuff in Sabetha, any time of the day including weekends and/or evenings. Also, for the public's convenience a drop off, in Seneca, is located at the NCTC building, 12 South 11th. Look for the white trailer and donate by entering thru the side door.
The Right Stuff Thrift Store also provides wage earning job opportunities for the consumers of NCTC.
Nemaha County Training Center, Inc. (NCTC) is closely involved in advocating for rights and resources for individuals affected by intellectual and developmental disabilities in Nemaha County as a member of both InterHab and the Kansas CDDO Coalition.
For additional information on current IDD legislative issues, visit Interhab by clicking here or the Kansas CDDO Coalition by clicking here.
Listed below is the current contact information for legislators serving Nemaha County at both the state and federal level. As bills relevant to IDD issues are being debated, please feel free to contact the appropriate representative with any questions you have, or opinions you want to share.
United States House of Representatives
Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins, District 2 (Republican)
Washington, DC Office
1027 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515