Information for Prospective Providers
Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio (COA) administers several programs through which prospective providers may apply to provide services.
These programs include:
A service provider is an established and qualified business contracted with Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio (COA) to provide needed services to assist eligible older adults living in Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton, and Warren Counties. Each program requires different services.
Depending upon the COA program, interested businesses must submit either an application or a proposal and all required attachments.
PASSPORT and Assisted Living Program
ESP, Title III and Alzheimer`s State-funded Services
After your agency has been certified or approved to be a provider, the Provider Services department will send you an agreement (contract) for the program(s) and service(s) for which you are approved. The agreement usually consists of the agreement itself, which outlines the rights and responsibilities of the parties concerned, and lists the services, reimbursement rates, and if applicable, the counties for which your agency is approved.
Your agency will be considered a provider once the properly signed agreement, and any additional requested information, has been processed in our office.
Once your agency is awarded an agreement, a Provider Relations Specialist will continue to monitor and provide assistance to your agency.