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Independent providers are self-employed. This means that they do not employ, either directly or through contract, anyone else to provide services.

Before moving forward with the certification process, there are some things that you will need to consider; such as your comfort with using computers and technology as well as with the idea of self-employment. Please read the following document that addresses the items you will need to consider: What to Know Before Becoming an Independent Provider .

When you are ready to move forward with the certification process; you will need to review the following checklists and instructions to complete the process.

After you have gathered all of your documentation and completed all the required training; you are ready to submit your application for certification.

Once your application has been submitted and your non-refundable application fee is paid; DODD will review your application.  You will receive email updates as your application moves through the review process.

When you receive your certification, reach out to providersupport@lakebdd.org with your name and contract number so that you can be added to the provider list and email distribution list.  You will also need to register for access to the Provider Portal to be able to view our Requests for Provider (RFPs) when individuals are looking for a provider.  The instructions for accessing our Provider Portal are here.

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