This Medina County Provider Profile search tool
is designed to help individuals with developmental disabilities and families search for providers.
A wide variety of waiver and supported living providers can be found that provider services such as transportation, homemaker personal care, supported employment, adult day services, respite and other services.
Provider Profile search tool, click here
The references and resources acquired in connection with this web site are not endorsed or selected for recommendation by the MCBDD or any of its employees. The MCBDD is not responsible for the contents of any resource data or website links referenced or listed on this website. The MCBDD does not endorse ANY specific product or services provided by public or private organizations. By using this site, the user takes full responsibility for any use or employment of the information acquired from these website links. It is the responsibility of the person(s) conducting the search to verify the credentials indicated by the provider.
For Individuals and Families
Free Choice of Service Provider
Our staff can guide you through the maze of service options available in Medina County. However, YOU are the ultimate decision maker.The final decision is yours. To read the actual law regarding your right to select the service provider of your choice click here.
Selecting a Service Provider
Choosing a service provider is an important step in making sure you have the support you and your family need to succeed. Everyone has different needs, the key is to recognize those needs and then carefully select the right service provider to meet them. There are many options available. It is important to remember that you are the decision maker and good information can help you make an informed choice.
Try using these resources for some suggestions and questions to ask when interviewing a potential provider.
Service Provider Interview Guide
Getting Service Provider Facts
Steps to Selecting a Service Provider
Consumer Provider Interview/Selection Sheets (with pictures)
Remember providers are certified to provide services for different funding sources. If you are unsure of the funding source you currently have available, please contact your Service and Support Administrator (SSA). Also, once you have selected your service provider, you need to contact your SSA so that your Individual Service Plan (ISP) can be updated.
Changing a Service Provider
From time to time you or a family member may wish to change service providers. There are certain issues and concerns you should be aware of when changing service providers. Use this Transition Issues information to make sure you understand the importance of communication during changes and that health and safety needs are given top priority. If you decide to change your provider, please make sure that you notify your Service and Support Adminstrator (SSA) so that the information in your Individual Service Plan (ISP) can be updated.
If you or your family member currently receives services from the Medina County Board of DD, please contact your Service and Support Administrator (SSA). Your SSA can help you access additional services and discuss your needs. If you or your family member currently does not receive services from the Medina County Board of DD, your first step should be to contact our Intake Department at 330-725-7751 ext. 284. We will ask you a number of questions in order to understand your situation, current needs, and the services that may be appropriate for you. If you have any questions about the Provider Profile, please contact our Service and Support Administration Department at 330-725-7751 ext. 335 or email email@example.com.
The following site, sponsored by the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD), may help you locate additional providers in counties throughout the state.
DODD Provider Search Tool
To submit information to be listed as a provider in this profile, please click here.
Becoming A Provider
Becoming an Individual Certified Provider can be a rewarding experience. However, it also requires that you complete several steps in order to meet the certification requirements specified by state rule. For information from the State of Ohio on how to become a provider click here. Please review all of this information carefully.
Additional Training Resources
The Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD) provides several training resources to new providers.
Monthly Certification Labs
or call the DODD Support Center at 1.800.617.6733