The Miami County Board of Developmental Disabilities (Riverside) connects the people we serve to the resources, support and opportunities that empower them to live, work and play as full members of our community. We believe in win-win relationships with our provider partners to cultivate a strong, diverse network that offers support and opportunities to the people we both serve.
As the County Board, our team, consisting of service coordinators, resource specialists and community connections facilitators, work together to directly provide Early Intervention, housing coordination, recreation and Special Olympics programs, advocacy training and more. We also coordinate and fund adult day services, in-home care, job training/support and transportation through our service provider partners.
As direct care staff, our provider partners are the backbone of the developmental disabilities system. Whether it is through an agency or as a self-employed independent provider, these dedicated individuals make a difference in the lives of those they support every day. Below you will find more information about Miami County's network of provider partners, the role they play and how you can join their team. If you have any questions, please contact us. You may also contact the provider agencies directly.
Be the difference. Help others reach their full potential.
This is more than a job. It is being a friend, an advocate. It is being a difference maker in an indifferent world. Explore Miami County's current provider openings and discover what your future holds.
Providers can be self-employed or work for an agency, the choice is yours. The application process is determined by which path you choose.
Discover Your Passion
Work for one of Miami County's dedicated service provider agencies.
Explore our list of all Miami County's agency providers and discover their missions, what services they provide and how you can join their team. To apply for employment at a provider agency, please contact the agency directly and follow their application process.
Access a list of all provider career opportunities in Ohio by visiting the DSP Ohio website. With this site, you will be able to learn more about the role of a DSP and search for available positions by county.
Discover what it takes to become a self-employed independent provider in Miami County.
Independent providers are required to meet certain criteria, provide specific information, obtain necessary certifications and complete important trainings.
For more about the application process and what is required, please visit the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD) website.