What is the Community Rehabilitation Program?
The State of Ohio’s Community Rehabilitation Program (CRP) is a purchasing program mandated by the Ohio Revised Code. CRP contracts are performed by persons with work-limiting disabilities, providing much needed job opportunities.
Who are CRP Suppliers?
CRP Suppliers are nonprofit organizations that employ Ohioans with work-limiting disabilities. They provide quality, on time, products and services at a fair market price.
What Types of Products and Services do CRPs Provide?
CRP Suppliers provide many different types of products and services, from janitorial services and secure document destruction to office supplies and apparel.
See the CRP Procurement List for all products and services.
See Current CRP Contracts at procure.ohio.gov.
Am I required to purchase from a CRP?
State agencies, political subdivisions, and state institutions are required by the Ohio Revised Code (125.60 through 125.6012) and the Ohio Administrative Code (125:5-3-1 and 123:5-3-12) to purchase goods and services from CRP Suppliers before all other sources.
Who Should I Contact if I Have Questions?
The Office of Procurement from Community Rehabilitation Programs (OPCRP) is part of the Ohio Department of Administrative Services. For more information about the program, contact:
4200 Surface Road
Columbus, Ohio 43228
Wayne McCulty, Deputy Chief Procurement Officer
Community Rehabilitation Programs
IT Staff Augmentation
Procurement Compliance Checklist
State Term Schedule Guidance
Help and Reference Materials
for Agency Forms
for Supplier Forms