Agency and independent service providers are the backbone of the developmental disabilities system. DODD provides training, guidance, and oversight for more than 10,000 service providers. Supporting Providers Initial and Renewal Certification Billing ICF Resources Provider Training DSP Resources New Provider Resources Waivers and Services Enrolling in a home and community-based services waiver is one way to access person-centered services. Compliance The Office of System Support and Standards conducts compliance reviews of licensed and unlicensed waiver-funded settings and licensed intermediate care facilities. Health and Welfare The Major Unusual Incident Unit provides oversight to county boards and providers to help ensure the health and welfare of people with disabilities receiving services. Featured Resources Become an Independent Provider Interested in being self-employed and providing hands-on services to people with disabilities? Learn how to become an independent provider. Providers SHARE odx-share "Become an Independent Provider" Facebook Twitter Copy URL Become a Provider Agency or CEO Interested in starting an agency that provides services to people with disabilities? Learn more about becoming a provider agency. Providers SHARE odx-share "Become a Provider Agency or CEO" Facebook Twitter Copy URL Licensed Residential Facilities DODD licenses buildings where agency providers intend to offer residential services to people with developmental disabilities. Providers SHARE odx-share "Licensed Residential Facilities" Facebook Twitter Copy URL Find Your County Board Find your county board of developmental disabilities' contact information and MUI reporting number. Providers SHARE odx-share "Find Your County Board" Facebook Twitter Copy URL For provider billing and certification assistance, call 1-800-617-6733.