The Providence Service Corporation (NASDAQ:PRSC) Files An 8-K Submission of Matters to a Vote of Security Holders

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The Providence Service Corporation (NASDAQ:PRSC) Files An 8-K Submission of Matters to a Vote of Security Holders

Item5.07 Submission of Matters to a Vote of Security Holders.

The annual meeting of stockholders (the 2017 Annual Meeting) of
The Providence Service Corporation (the Company) was held on June
15, 2017 for the following purposes:

a)

To elect three Class 2 directorseach to serve for a
three-year term until the Companys2020 annual meeting of
stockholders or until his or her successor has been duly
elected and qualified. The nominees for director were
elected by our stockholders as follows:

Votes For

Votes

Withheld

Broker

Non-Votes

David A. Coulter

13,469,866 151,941 892,890
James M. Lindstrom 10,881,362 2,740,445 892,890
Leslie V. Norwalk 9,347,295 4,274,512 892,890

b)

To hold a non-binding advisory vote on named executive
officer compensation as more fully described in the Proxy
Statement for the 2017 Annual Meeting. The named executive
officer compensation was approved by our stockholders as
follows:

Votes For

10,723,608

Votes Against

2,895,694

Abstentions

2,505

Broker Non-Votes

892,890

c)

To hold a non-binding advisory vote on the frequency of
future non-binding advisory votes to approve named
executive officer compensation. A frequency ofEvery 1
Yearwas approved by our stockholders as follows:

Every 1 Year:

11,286,129
Every 2 Years:

Every 3 Years:

2,334,040

Abstentions

Broker Non-Votes

892,890

d)

To ratify the appointment of KPMG LLP as the Companys
independent registered public accounting firm for the 2017
fiscal year. The appointment of KPMG LLP was approved by
our stockholders as follows:

Votes For

14,378,347

Votes Against

132,830

Abstentions

3,520

Broker Non-Votes


About The Providence Service Corporation (NASDAQ:PRSC)

The Providence Service Corporation is a holding company. The Company, through its subsidiaries, provides critical healthcare and workforce development services. It operates in over two industry sectors, including the United States healthcare and global workforce development, through its three operating segments: Non-Emergency Transportation Services (NET Services), Workforce Development Services (WD Services) and Health Assessment Services (HA Services). The NET Services segment coordinates non-emergency transportation for individuals whose limited mobility and/or financial resources would otherwise hinder them from accessing necessary healthcare and social services. The WD Services segment provides employability and offender rehabilitation services to eligible participants of government sponsored programs. The HA Services segment provides care optimization and delivery solutions, including various health assessments for health plans, as well as in-home care management offerings.

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