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Instructions on Submitting a Listing for our Directory
DMHS B.I.Poc Directory is for Providers who identify as Black, Indigenous and People of Color
How to register:
· Step 1: This is the page to get listed: https://dmhsus.org/submit-listing/category/
· Step 2: Register (create username and password), then Refresh Page and/or
· Step 3: Sign in and submit listing: https://dmhsus.org/submit-listing/category/
8 minute video tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3D7iopR24Xw&feature=youtu.be
DMHS staff will verify credentials and approve your listing in 3-5 business days (longer duration during holidays, vacations or sick days)
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