Providers of OPWDD services include nonprofit service providers, Family Care providers and Care Coordination Organizations. Nonprofit service providers deliver direct care to people with developmental disabilities and they offer a wide variety of services and supports. Family Care providers provide community-based housing in certified private homes. Care Coordination Organizations provide coordination of health care, behavioral health and developmental disability services to people who qualify for OPWDD services. 

Recruiting a Talented Workforce

OPWDD collaborates with agencies in the human services sector, labor, and educational system to develop strategies and best practices that support a competent and stable workforce. 

Using these partnerships, we have compiled information which we hope will assist you with your recruitment and retention of staff. 

Visit the Recruitment Resources page for information regarding job postings, career fairs, human resources consultation, federal bonding program, partnering with the Veteran's Administration and much more. 

Types of Providers

Providing people with a warm and accepting family environment to thrive in is the goal of every family care provider
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