Home and Community Based Services
- Service Options Using Resources in a Community Environment (SOURCE)
- SOURCE Fact Sheet - Updated 08/09/13
- New Options Waiver Program (NOW) and Comprehensive Supports Waiver Program (COMP) - Updated 01/21/14
- Independent Care Waiver Program - Updated 01/17/14
- Community Care Services Program (CCSP) - Updated 01/17/14
- GAPP - Posted 1/17/14
Katie Beckett - Updated 1/17/14
Medicaid Long-Term Care - Posted 02/06/14
- Hospice - A hospice is a public or private organization that provides palliative, rather than curative, care for terminally ill individuals. The care is provided in order to meet the physical, social, psychological, emotional, and spiritual needs of the individual and their family. Hospice services may be provided in the individual's home or within a long term care facility such as a nursing home and is considered to be the residence of the individual. Hospice services in a long term care facility may also be utilized as respite care of the individual for up to five (5) days to provide support to the families.
- Nursing Homes
- When Nursing Facility Residents indicate a preference to live in the community - Click here for MDS 3.0 "Section Q" contact information
- Pre-Admission Screening and Resident Review (PASRR) - PASRR screening is completed for all nursing home residents prior to admission or for any status change to determine if there are indicators of mental illness and/or mental retardation. This screening is intended to assess whether an individual is appropriate for nursing facility placement. The Level I screening is the first step to determine if there are positive indicators for mental health diagnosis or suspected diagnosis. Those who do not meet the Level I screening are referred for a Level II assessment. The Level II assessment determines if a nursing facility level of care is appropriate and if the individual requires additional mental health services during their nursing facility residency.