DSHS/DVR. 2010-2012 CRP Contract. Presenters: Andres Aguirre Vicki Sprague. June 2010. General Changes for the 2010-2012 CRP Contract. Partial Payments. If any service is not completed for reasons outside of the Contractor’s control, partial payment can be authorized.
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2010-2012 CRP Contract
Link to rates and list of interpreters and referral agencies.
1) Trial Work Experience;
2) Community Based Assessment;
3) Job Placement;
4) Intensive Training; and
5) Job Retention.
Psychometric testing, personality testing, performance and interest inventories that identify an individual’s work interests and abilities;
Typically completed in 1 day or less; and
Paper and pencil tests.
Maximum Total Fee
Maximum Total Fee is paid upon completion of service and receipt of invoice and report.
Can be used at any point in the VR process to identify barriers to employment, select a suitable vocational goal, or determine the nature and scope of needs to achieve employment;
3 levels of service; and
Permanent Placement Fee of $600.
If a Client attains a permanent competitive employment placement as a secondary outcome of their CBA, the Contractor will be paid an additional $600 Permanent Placement Fee. The $600 Fee does NOT apply to TWE.
Payment Points (revised)
Job Placement Activity Report (added)
For DVR Clients who will need a CRP to directly perform all aspects of the client’s job placement activities, i.e.
For DVR Clients who will require a CRP to
Clients who need job placement assistance without additional on-the-job supports;
Level 2Clients who may require a high level of support prior to or during initial phases of job placement and/or additional supports after job placement to achieve satisfactory job performance OR may require ongoing Supported Employment Services; and
Clients who may require ongoing Supported Employment services or require Customized Employment.
Unlike TWEs and CBAs, DVR does not pay for job placement at any entity owned or operated by the Contractor.
If a client attains a full-time permanent competitive employment placement that includes standard employer health care that all employees would receive as a condition of employment, the Contractor will be paid an additional $600 Bonus Fee.
One-on-one job skills training and support provided at the supported employment job site that enables the Client to:
DVR Background Check Form
DVR Community Rehabilitation Programs
Office of Deaf and Hard of Hearing (For Sign Language Interpreters)
Office of Financial Management (Statewide Vendor Registration Desk)
Phone: (360) 664-7779; Fax: (360) 664-3363
Department of Licensing (information on business licenses)
Secretary of State (Registration for organizations other than sole proprietors)