What does DSPD Do?
Supports people with disabilities to lead self-determined lives
The Division of Services for People with Disabilities (DSPD) promotes opportunities and provides supports for people with disabilities to lead self-determined lives by overseeing home and community-based services for more than 5,000 people who have disabilities. Support includes community living, day services, and supported employment services.
DSPD employs over 100 highly trained and qualified staff whose sole mission is to improve the lives of people with disabilities throughout the State of Utah. These dedicated employees work in many different capacities to provide supports and promote opportunities for people with disabilities to lead more self-determined lives.
All requests for records must be submitted in accordance with the Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA). In this section you can view Regional and State Office GRAMA Specialists.
All requests for records must be submitted in accordance with the Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA). This refers to state law governing the privacy of records and conditions upon which they can be released, found in Title 63G, Chapter 2. You may visit the Division of State Archives & Records Service Website for additional information.
The State of Utah has created a new website from which record requests may be submitted to a governmental agency. To Request records from the Division of Services for People with Disabilities, please visit the State Open Records Portal. Records requests may still be submitted through the United State Postal Services. Submission by either method are processed in the same manner.
Please do not submit duplicate requests.
Regional and State Office GRAMA Specialists
For help with getting records released, feel free to contact the Regional or State Office GRAMA Specialist in the corresponding region or office.