Who Are the RAM Program Participants?
Wisconsin's RAM Program is a cooperative effort between the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (Property Owner), Disability Service Provider Network. or DSPN (Program Manager) and Community Rehabilitation Programs or CRPs (Custodial Care and Landscape Maintenance service providers).
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Bureau of Highway Management (WisDOT) is responsible for administering the RAM program. The Bureau provides program funding, approves contracts, and plans and implements major construction projects.
Disability Service Provider Network (DSPN) is a private, non-profit membership association. The association is comprised of over 50 member organizations with the united goal of serving and assisting individuals with disabilities. DSPN provides the Wisconsin's Rest Area Maintenance program management services.
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A CRP is an organization, which provides the services necessary to support people with disabilities to work and live more independently. CRPs, under the RAM Program, perform the janitorial and landscape maintenance services at the roaadside sites.