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How to Become a Qualified Provider 

 

Current Rates for Qualified Providers


Thank you for your interest in becoming a SC Department of Disabilities and Special Needs (DDSN) service provider.

DDSN is the state agency that provides services to South Carolinians with the severe lifelong disabilities of intellectual disability and related disabilities, autism, traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury and similar disabilities.

We deliver DDSN services though a statewide network of local Disabilities and Special Needs (DSN) Boards and other qualified providers.

Click here to view and obtain a copy of DDSN’s current solicitation Request for Proposal for Qualified Providers. Within the form, you will find instructions on how to submit an application. Offers for the Solicitation No. 5400011763 will be accepted by the State Procurement Office through August 31, 2020. For questions please refer to the State Procurement Office.

For Board Certified Behavior Analysts or those desiring to become a Qualified Provider of Behavior Supports or EIBI, click here.

If you have other questions about becoming a service provider, please contact Director, Intellectual Disability Division, SC Department of Disabilities and Special Needs, P.O. Box 4706, Columbia, SC 29240.