Individuals and their families/guardians have the right to Free Choice of Provider. The Service and Support Administrator (SSA) will ensure you have guided access to all the resources and tools needed to assist you in choosing providers within the community that can help you achieve your vision of a good life. The Hancock County Board of DD only works with providers that are certified by the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD).
To be added to the Hancock County Provider List, contact Denise DeVault, Quality Services Director at email@example.com or call 419-422-6387.
If you are opening a new Adult Day or Vocational Program or have moved the location of your program, a site visit is required prior to being added to the provider list. To schedule this, contact Denise DeVault, Quality Services Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-422-6387.
BECOMING A PROVIDER
Welcome! We understand the red tape involved when a someone wants to become an independent provider or open an agency. We are here to help! We have plentiful resources and hope you take advantage of our website and support staff while in the process of becoming a provider.
REQUESTS FOR PROVIDERS
32 Year Old Male – Level 1 Budget
This webpage has been designed specifically with information and resources for individuals in need of/or receiving services for themselves and/or their family members. If you still have unanswered questions after exploring the website, please free free to call the Board at 419-422-6387.
For further information contact Denise DeVault, Quality Services Director
If a person with a disability, whether child or adult, is abused, neglected, or exploited, please report this information as soon as possible to the Hancock County Board of Disabilities. If you have an unusual incident that you believe meets the level of MUI, you should submit it to email@example.com. During evenings, weekends, or holidays, call our emergency number at 419-722-9262.
All providers who are contracted, certified or licensed to serve persons with developmental disabilities are required to report certain MUIs to the county board within four hours of the incident. These include:
- Accidental or suspicious death
- Peer to peer act
- Physical abuse
- Sexual abuse
- Verbal abuse
- Media inquiries
The most important thing you can do is make sure the person is safe. Only by working together as a community can we help ensure the health and safety of people with disabilities.
The form for submitting the UIR may be found at the link below.
Want to offer MUI training for your staff? Contact Denise DeVault at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements. Our staff can come to you or you may utilize our space in the Training Center at Blanchard Valley Center.