BECOME A
DSHS  PROVIDER

Becoming a DSHS provider is rewarding and has many great benefits. As a DSHS provider you will be providing a valuable service to individuals and families. You will experience the direct impact of your work and the positive differences made in the lives of the participants and their families. All our DSHS services require a provider to:

  • Complete a background check

  • Complete the Mandated Reporter Training, and

  • Abide by the confidentiality requirements

 

We are currently accepting applications for the following programs and services:

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Specialized Habilitation

Specialized habilitation services offers individuals teaching and training to learn or maintain skills in various areas.  

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Community Guide and Engagement 

This service helps connect individuals to resources in their community, and supports them to participate, engage, and integrate into the community. 

Men at Work

Peer Mentoring

The Peer Mentoring service helps others to develop relationships, building confidence, providing resources, and knowledge and experience transfer.  

Physically challenged Driver

Specialized Goods

Specialized Goods and Services is an additional program designed to provide participants and their families with specialized supports to achieve stabilization in their home and community.