Medicaid Waiver Services Provider

As providers of approved Medicaid waiver services, we are proud to offer the valuable support that can improve quality of life.

Approved Provider of:

  • Nursing Home Transition & Diversion (NHTD) Medicaid Waiver
  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Medicaid Waiver

Service Coordination (SC)

Our service coordinators work with you and your family to develop a service plan customized to your unique needs.

We fulfill the role of apprising you of resources available to you; services that are specific to improving yours or your loved one’s life.

Working as your advocate, we help to access services such as:

  • Waiver Services
  • Medical Services
  • Vocational/Educational Resources
  • Housing Supports
  • Rental & Utility Subsidies
  • Obtaining Financial Benefits
  • Linkage & Referrals to Community Services

Independent Living Skills Training (ILST)

Our ILST provides individuals recovering from traumatic brain injuries or disabilities with training to enhance their independence within their home and community settings. This role includes the development and implementation of individualized, detailed goal plans to meet the needs of each participant in order to promote independence.

Goals that the ILST may work on with his/her participants are, but not limited to the following:

  • Budgeting & Money Management
  • Communication
  • Community Integration
  • Health & Safety
  • Medication Management
  • Organization
  • Self-Advocacy
  • Socialization
  • Transportation

Community Integration Counseling (CIC)

The CIC assists waiver participants to more effectively managing emotional difficulties associated with adjusting to and living in the community. It is a counseling service provided to a participant coping with altered abilities and skills, the need to revise long term expectations, and changed roles in relation to significant others. This service is generally provided in the participant’s home or designated meeting place. It is available to participants and/or anyone involved in an ongoing significant relationship with the participant, such as parents, significant other, children, etc.