Home and community-based services provide opportunities for individuals to receive services in their own home or community. These programs serve a variety of targeted populations, such as people with mental illnesses, intellectual or developmental disabilities, and/or physical disabilities.
The Ohio Department of Medicaid offers the following home and community-based services:
Medicaid home and community-based waivers allow individuals with disabilities and chronic conditions to receive care in their homes rather than in long-term care facilities, hospitals, or intermediate care facilities. More Information
Helping Ohioans Move, Expanding Choice (HOME Choice) is a transition program that assists persons of any age with any type of disability move from a long-term care facility (like a nursing facility, hospital, or residential treatment facility) into a home and community-based setting. More Information
Ohio Access Success Project
The Ohio Access Success Project (Success Project) is a statewide program that provides eligible nursing facility residents with one-time funding to assist with relocation expenses. More Information
MyCare Ohio is a system of managed care plans selected to coordinate physical, behavioral, and long-term care services for individuals over the age of 18 who are eligible for both Medicaid and Medicare. This includes individuals with disabilities, older adults, and individuals who receive behavioral health services. More Information