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How to Use This Site

Not sure how to get around the site? This page can help! Below is a brief description of each page, what it does, and how it works.

Home Page
The Home page is contains a welcome message and any important information that we want to make sure you don't miss. It also has a Quick Search which allows you to quickly find a service provider; this is helpful if you already know the name of the provider you are looking for, the service you need, or simply want to see all providers that serve your zip code.
Search for Services
The Search for Services page is one of the ways you can access the Advanced Search and the the Search by Need features. The page provides a description of and linke to both of the search features.
Advanced Search
The Advanced Search page lets you search for services and providers using a variety of filters. This search is useful when you have an idea of the types of services or providers you want to find but don't know specific names, if you want to find providers that serve a region, county, or town instead of a specific zip code.
Knowledge Center
The Knowledge Center is a library of resources, information, documents, and links to other websites. You can browse by subject or search for specific topics.
The Surveys page allows you to give us your feedback on this site, the providers you work with, and our staff. Your comments help us ensure quality, timely services!
The Help page provides access to information on how to use the site, a glossary of terms and acronyms used in this site, and a map of the site.
How to Use This Site
You're already on this page! As you can tell, this page gives you a description of what each page on the site does or can be used for.
The Site Map presents a visual map of how the site is organized and the pages/content available.
Site Map
The Classified Ads page lists goods and services available in the community, some for a fee and some for free.
Information for Providers
The Information for Providers page contains information on how providers can apply to work with our agency, as well as licensing and certification requirements and regulations. This page and associated subpages are not used in every state and may not be visible on this site.
Become a Provider
The Become a Provider page allows a provider to submit an initial application to our agency. Once the initial application has been received, a licensing or certification specialist will contact the provider with information about completing the application.