DRS Provider Manuals and Forms

Provider Manuals

The DARS DRS Standards for Providers and DRS Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services Standards for Providers are available. Only those providers required by contract to do so must comply with these standards.

Revisions to the Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services (CRS) Standards for Providers Effective September 1, 2016

The Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services (CRS) Standards for Providers manual has been reorganized to provide an easier flow for providers to follow the requirements. The CRS Standards for Providers manual has also been updated to add Traumatic Brain Injury and Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury Post-Acute Rehabilitation Services, including a new tiered rate structure, billing requirements, and utilization review process. These revisions are effective September 1, 2016.


Withdrawn: Revisions to the DRS Standards for Providers Chapter 8: Standards for Employment Services, 8.8 Supported Employment Services

Revisions to DRS Standards for Providers Chapter 8: Standards for Employment Services, 8.8 Supported Employment Services will NOT take effect July 1, 2016 as previously posted. Additional revisions to standards and forms are in progress and these are expected to be re-posted for provider notification during the first week of September 2016. All other posted revisions to these standards will go into effect on July 1, 2016 as previously posted. Please refer to the Revision Log for details.

Contact the DARS DRS Standards Specialist if you have questions in the following areas:

  • vocational assessment or evaluation
  • personal social adjustment training
  • work adjustment training
  • room, board, and supervised living
  • vocational adjustment training
  • job coaching
  • job placement
  • supported employment and supported self-employment services
  • post-acute brain injury services
  • centers for independent living
  • durable medical equipment
  • vehicle modifications

Provider Forms

Provider forms associated with this manual are available in PDF and Microsoft Word formats. Instruction sheets are available for some forms, with more instruction sheets to be added later.