Become a Provider


Become a Provider

“Success isn’t just about what you accomplish in your life; it’s about what you inspire others to do.” — Unknown

Providers of services to people with developmental disabilities may be self-employed (called independent providers) or agencies. DODD certifies both agency and independent providers of services. Applicants must meet qualifications, pay a non-refundable fee, and include supporting documentation with their application.

An independent provider or agency is prohibited from providing any service until certification is obtained from DODD.

If you are interested in becoming an independent provider, please reference the important documents below to assist you with the certification process.


Newly-Certified Independent Provider Handbook

Once you have become certified, please contact the Huron County Board of DD with your name and contract number, so you can be added to our provider list.

You may also use the handbook linked below as a guide for important steps in the process of providing services to people with developmental disabilities.
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about the success of our Providers!

“Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.” – Albert Schweitzer

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