You talk, we’ll listen
After exploring our service options, the next big question for consumers and their parents and guardians is, “Am I qualified?” When you arrive at this question, the next step is to contact us. We receive calls and emails from parents, teachers and case managers or service coordinators on a daily basis asking for help on behalf of individual with disabilities, and in some cases, we are contacted by the individuals themselves. We respond by listening. We try to gain as much information as we can about the individual’s situation in order to determine what we feel is the best course of action. In most cases, we are able to help. Vodec staff members will guide you through our application process and determine who will pay for the services. If you are unsure whether funding is available, we can help with that, too.
To be eligible for our services consumers must:
Be 16 years of age for any employment program.
Have behavioral, medical and transportation needs within our scope of services.
Have adequate funding in place for requested services.
Do you need state funding for Vodec services?
No, however, we are a fee-based service provider. If you are not qualified for Medicaid, but need services, contact Daryn Richardson to talk about the range of options that may be available to help you get access to the services you need. Don’t let funding fears keep you from taking the first step.