Medicaid Services

Our Medicaid Services include Day Habilitation, Consumer Directed Attendant Care (CDAC), and Supported Community Living (SCL).


Consumer Directed Attendant Care

Consumer Directed Attendant Care (CDAC) services are service activities performed by a staff person to help an individual with self-care tasks that the individual would typically do independently if they were otherwise able. These are caretaking services provided to those eligible for Medicaid.

Services include

  • assessments,
  • care plans,
  • medication set-up/monitoring,
  • personal cares,
  • companionship,
  • light housekeeping,
  • advocacy for client and family needs,
  • errand services,
  • respite care,
  • holiday care, and
  • urgent/immediate care.

Day Habilitation Services

Our Day Habilitation services support adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in enhancing life skills and expanding their social community.

Day Habilitation consists of providing regularly scheduled activities in a nonresidential setting, separate from the individual’s private residence or other residential living arrangement. We offer:

  • Assistance with acquisition, retention, or improvement in self-help,
  • Socialization and adaptive skills that enhance social development, and
  • Developing skills in performing activities of daily living and community living.

Activities and environments are designed to foster the acquisition of skills, building positive social behavior and interpersonal competence, greater independence and personal choice. Services are furnished consistent with the individual’s person-centered plan.

Day Habilitation services focus on enabling the individual to attain or maintain their maximum potential and are coordinated with any needed therapies in the individual’s person-centered services and supports plan, such as physical, occupational, or speech therapy.


Supported Community Living Services (HCBS and Habilitation)

Supported community living services are services provided to individuals with a mental illness, intellectual disability, or developmental disability to enable them to develop supports and learn skills that will allow them to live, learn, work and socialize in the community. Services are individualized, needs- and abilities-focused, and organized according to the following components:

  • outreach to appropriate support or treatment services,
  • assistance and referral in meeting basic human needs,
  • assistance in housing and living arrangements,
  • crisis intervention and assistance,
  • social and vocational assistance,
  • the provision of or arrangement for personal, environmental, family, and community supports,
  • facilitation of the individual’s identification and development of natural support systems,
  • support, assistance, and education to the individual’s family and to the community,
  • protection and advocacy, and
  • service coordination.