community support providers
The Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) has funding, certification and monitoring responsibilities for 20 community agencies serving people with developmental disabilities. These agencies are commonly referred to as Community Support Providers (CSPs). CSPs provide services to over 5,000 people in a variety of settings. Providers remain certified by undergoing review activities conducted by DDD and include Council on Quality and Leadership's Life Quality Reviews and Administrative Rules of South Dakota reviews.
Community Support Providers may offer residential, employment services and nursing care, but cannot provide case management services. CSPs provide residential options for people to live independently in their own homes, including Shared Living supports. Community-living training and residential expanded follow-along are also provided for those who are living on their own or are working toward that goal. Employment services are based on the belief that all individuals with developmental disabilities can work, have positive social relationships, and are supported to enhance their skills, interests, and needs.
Above are links where you can print brochures of the Family Support & CHOICES programs that offer services delivered by Community Support Providers.
Visit CSPs of South Dakota association website: cspofsd.com