What is it?

  • Home accessibility modifications include:  physical adaptations to the private residence of the individual or their family. The modifications would be specified by the individual's service plan, necessary to ensure the health, welfare and safety of the individual and enable the individual to function with greater independence in the home.  Home accessibility modifications may or may not be permanent.
  • Vehicle modifications are:  adaptations or alterations to an automobile or van that is the individual's primary means of transportation.  These modifications are specificed by the individual's service plan, necessary to ensure the health, welfare and safety of the individual and enable the individual to integrate more fully into the community.

How Do I Become A  Provider?

  1. A Professional who is Reimbursed Directly as an Independent Provider

    If you are a professional who is an independent provider who will bill Department of Human Services (DHS) directly as the provider/vendor, and you will be paid directly by DHS under your own Social Security Number.

  2. A Professional who is Reimbursed Via Other Means

    If you are a professional who works for an agency, is part of a group practice, limited liability corporation (LLC), or will have another entity or agency acting as a billing agent and the billing agent will be reimbursed by DHS for your services, you must follow the directions for identifying the other agent.

Important Resources for Requirements