What is NDACP?

The North Dakota Association of Community Providers is a state-wide association whose membership provides a wide range of services for people with disabilities – Developmental, Intellectual, Mental Health, and Physical.






Upcoming Events

HR Affiliate Group Mtg

The agenda for the HR affiliate group meeting will be sent out to the HR group email list prior to the meeting.

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Our Mission Statement

Through collective and collaborative means, enhance, improve and advocate for positive change in the service delivery system for people with disabilities.

The North Dakota Association of Community Providers

The North Dakota Association of Community Providers (NDACP) is made up of 31 organizations across the state, providing services in 195+ communities.

We represent approximately 7,200 DD staff, 5,300 of whom are Direct Support Professionals, or DSP’s, and approximately 8,200 staff serving all populations.  We serve approximately 4,000 individuals with developmental disabilities.  Services to people with disabilities are most often, lifelong.


NDACP’s Toolkit for QSPs

NDACP’s Toolkit for QSPs (Qualified Service Providers) [UNDER CONSTRUCTION]
Notice:  This is an NDACP document and not officially endorsed by the North Dakota Department of Human Services or Medicaid.