Provider Recertification

The Provider Certification Wizard (PCW) has been re-platformed to a new system titled Provider Services Management (PSM) on Dec. 4, 2017. Incomplete applications in PCW are no longer available and must be re-created in PSM.

Login to PSM with your PCW Username and Password.

Independent providers renew their DODD provider certification every three years by completing the following steps:

Step 1: Gather your documents

You will need the following documents:

  • Current report from the Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation (BCII): Your County Board can assist you in finding local organizations that offer BCII and FBI criminal background checks 
    Find more organizations that offer Web Check  on the Ohio Attorney Generals' website.
  • First Aid Certification: Valid American Red Cross or equivalent certification in First Aid
    Find an American Red Cross First Aid training near you.
  • CPR Certification: Valid American Red Cross or equivalent certification in CPR
    Find an American Red Cross CPR training near you.
  • Completion of Annual Required Training: Evidence of completion of annual training on MUI, Client Rights, AND provider's role and responsibilities with regard to services including person-centered planning, community integration, self-determination, and self-advocacy.

Step 2: Log in to the Provider Services Management to complete Recertification.