Medina County Providers
Weekly Information
April 15, 2020
Provider Support Team
We want to help providers - both agency and independents - in any ways in which we are able. Our Provider Support Team wants to hear from you about any issues you may be experiencing or critical needs you may have at this time.

We have a dedicated helpline for providers to call should they have immediate needs. Providers can reach us at 330-321-3585.
Virtual Trauma Informed Care Summit
Through a partnership with Northeast Ohio Medical University and the Ohio Children’s Alliance, OhioMHAS is pleased to announce that registration is now open for this year’s VIRTUAL Trauma Informed Care Summit to be held on May 19 and 20. The VIRTUAL Summit is designed to help participants gain the knowledge and tools they need to develop resiliency in all children, youth, adults and older adults with whom they interact.  
Need Pandemic Related Supplies?
In an effort to help providers during this time, the Medina County Board of DD has been working hard to obtain health and safety supplies for local providers. Recently we have received a shipment of several hard to find items. If you are are provider who has reached out in the past for items or has current needs for items related to COVID-19 prevention and protection, please contact our Provider Support Team at providersupport@mcbdd.org to discuss what items are available.
Free CVOID-19 Online Training
Relias offers free, unlimited access to resources to help healthcare professionals and individuals prepare, control, and prevent the spread of infection. This training will help you with pandemic preparedness, infection prevention protocols, and more related to COVID-19.
New RFPs This Week
9 new RFPs were listed on the portal in the past week:

  • Adaptive Equipment - 2
  • NMT - 2
  • HPC - 2
  • Nursing - 1
  • Respite - 1
  • Other (Payee) - 1

Login to view the open RFPs and see if you or your agency might be a good fit.
The mission of the Medina County Board of Developmental Disabilities is to promote and empower individuals with developmental disabilities to live, learn, work, and socialize as citizens in the community.