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Metro Care Services, Inc., always seeking  high-quality Direct Support Providers (DSPs) to partner with us in delivering individualized services to developmentally disabled individuals. We welcome a diverse population of individuals who share our commitment to enhancing the quality of life for the people they serve.  Qualified, certified DSPs are needed within a variety of locations, schedules, experience levels and personal goals. 

REQUIRED SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Our Direct Support Providers are compassionate, patient, and skilled. They are reliable, knowledgeable and committed to providing quality care. DSP's are able to work either independently or as part of a team.
  • DSP's must be 18 years old; or 21 years old to be able to transport. For many direct care positions, prior work experience is helpful, but not always necessary.
  • DSP positions require fingerprinting and a criminal background check, as well as a motor vehicle department check if transporting an individual.
  • For DSP positions, specific training and a certificate of completion may be required. Some community colleges and training institutes offer courses in basic caregiving that many of our providers attend.

MORE INFORMATION:

Please feel free to download the following forms to get more information about becoming a Service Provider for Metro Care Services:

Become a Provider

 

TO APPLY:

Complete the form below! 

Contact Metro Care

To get more information about becoming a service provider for Metro Care, give us a call at 1-888-507-2777. You can also reach us with any service provider questions that you may have through our Contact Us page.



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