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Information for Providers

Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD) partners with public and private providers, and individuals with disabilities to help individuals obtain and maintain competitive integrated employment in the community.

OOD’s new Provider Management Program (PMP) is now available!

Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at pcmu@ood.ohio.gov if you have any questions or immediate needs within the Provider Management Program.

The Provider News Page contains helpful links and resources for current providers as well as for those who are interested in applying to become a provider for OOD.

From here providers can:
•    Login to the Provider Management Program (PMP);
•    View Provider SEARCH information;
•    View the current VR Provider Manual;
•    View training materials for providers;
•    Look up a payment;
•    Download provider forms; and
•    Learn how to apply to be a provider

If you need any additional information you may email pcmu@ood.ohio.gov and a Program Specialist will respond to you.

VR Provider News

Summer Youth Training Follow Up
Thank you for attending the Summer Youth Provider and Staff Training on January 26. The updated Site Collection Tool and materials from the training are available on our Provider Training page.
Provider Scorecards Now Available!
Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities is pleased to announce that a new batch of Provider Scorecards has been posted to the OOD Provider Search.
Vocational Rehabilitation Survey of Individuals with Disabilities
OOD is pleased to launch a statewide survey to give Ohioans with disabilities a chance to provide feedback about their employment experiences. Survey responses will help OOD evaluate its effectiveness, make improvements, and enhance outreach efforts. The survey is brief (10-15 minutes) and completely anonymous.
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