Extended Employment Services
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A great many individuals across Montana are gainfully employed despite having a disability. However, some of them need ongoing support services in order to remain employed. The State of Montana’s Extended Employment program makes long-term support services available to persons with disabilities who work in a facility or a community-based employment setting. The program is administered and managed by Rocky Mountain Rehab, P.C. (RMR) of Billings, Montana under a contract with the Department of Public Health and Human Services, Disability Services Division.
Extended Employment services are currently provided by sixteen independent community rehabilitation providers across the state. Each of these is a subcontractor under RMR’s contract with the State. You may contact them
for more information about the services they provide.
How the EE Program Works
explain how to access services provided under the Extended Employment program. An explanation of the Status Codes
and Disability Codes
used throughout the site identify different circumstances and impairments that EE clients face. Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
can help you find solutions to common problems.