RESOURCES


HEALTH INFORMATION PRIVACY

PROVIDER LIST

Most services provided through the Division are done so by a provider agency (a company that works under contract with the Division). Some providers specialize in providing specific types of services.

The tool below will help you to search the services currently provided and the companies providing them, by county.

The information above uses the current county of a person receiving services and reports only those providers currently providing services. It may not represent a comprehensive list of provider companies willing to offer services in that county. Please contact the Division or your support coordinator for additional information. In addition, you may also visit Utah Association of Community Services website at www.UACS.org.

SUPPORT COORDINATOR LIST

Support Coordination is a service provided most often by privately owned agencies under contract with the Division, though at times by Division employees as well in limited situations.

  • Support Coordinators assist individuals with disabilities and their families to develop plans to find the most appropriate services and select the most appropriate service delivery model, based on the individual person’s needs and wishes.
  • In all cases, the Support Coordinator is the first and best option to help a family determine what services are available to best suit a person’s needs.
  • DSPD works closely with Support Coordinators to monitor the quality of the services they provide. At all times, it is important for a person or family to know that they get to choose who works for them as their support coordinator. DSPD will help when it comes time to choose a support coordinator.

Help Choosing a Support Coordinator

Support Coordinators and Companies:

The table below contains information on DSPD support coordinators including the company they are associated with and their contact information. You can search by typing in all or part of either the support coordinator’s name or the name of the company they are associated within the respective search box.

If you are support coordinator and need to update your contact information, please follow these Instructions for Updating a Utah ID User Account.

The Division of Services for People with Disabilities has many additional resources that may be helpful. We can also help link you to many other organizations that provide supports for people with disabilities.

Emergency Preparedness

Emergency Preparedness and Planning is essential for all members in communities, including community members with a disability. No matter where you are at in your emergency planning, we have ideas and resources to help. Check out our Emergency Preparedness Page and contact us if you have additional questions.

View Emergency Preparedness Section
  • Emergency Preparedness

    Emergency preparedness and planning is essential for all members in communities, including community members with a disability. Learn more

  • Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AIDD)

    In each state or territory, the grantees form a Developmental Disabilities Network, or DD Network, that is uniquely positioned to meet the diverse needs of individuals with developmental disabilities in their state.
    Learn more

  • Utah Association of Community Services

    Consisting of over forty private provider agencies that serve over 5,000 people with developmental and other types of disabilities in over 400 different locations throughout Utah. Learn more

  • Utah Family-to-Family Network

    The Family to Family Network is a grassroots volunteer organization is supported by the Utah Parent Center. The Networks are composed of family leaders in various communities across Utah who have a relative with a disability. Learn more

Additional Community Resources

The Division of Services for People with Disabilities is not the only source of services and supports for people with disabilities. Many other organizations may be available to help.

  • Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

    AIDD is dedicated to ensuring that individuals with developmental disabilities and their families are able to fully participate in and contribute to all aspects of community life in the United States and its territories. Learn more

  • American Association of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

    The American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD) has a long been the premier association for professionals in the world of supports and services for and with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. Learn more

  • Brain Injury Alliance of Utah

    Find the right community resources for your brain injury needs. Call our office at 801-716-4993 or toll free at 800-281-8442 to schedule a free consultation! Learn more

  • Utah Association of Community Services

    Consisting of over forty private provider agencies that serve over 5,000 people with developmental and other types of disabilities in over 400 different locations throughout Utah. Learn more

  • Utah Family-to-Family Network

    The Family to Family Network is a grassroots volunteer organization is supported by the Utah Parent Center. The Networks are composed of family leaders in various communities across Utah who have a relative with a disability. Learn more

  • Cerebral Palsy Group

    Providing free educational information and support to those who have been affected by cerebral palsy. Learn more

  • Utah Developmental Disabilities Council

    The Utah Developmental Disabilities Council will advocate, build capacity and encourage systems change to support people with disabilities and their families to fully and independently participate in their communities. Learn more

  • Utah Disability Law Center

    To enforce and strengthen laws that protect the opportunities,
    choices and legal rights of people with disabilities in Utah.

    Learn more

  • Utah Registry of Autism and Developmental Disabilities

    Collect information about the number of individuals in Utah who have autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) and other developmental disabilities (DDs). Changes in ASD prevalence are studied in specific places and populations over time. Learn more

  • Utah Parent Center

    To help parents help their children, youth and young adults with all disabilities to live included, productive lives as members of the community. Learn more

  • Utah Sibling Leadership Network

    A network dedicated to connecting siblings who share the experience of having a brother or a sister with a disability. Learn more

  • U.S. Social Security Administration

    Apply for Social Security services through the United States Social Security Administration. Learn more