Home and Community Based Services
MMAC’s enrollment of home and community-based care providers plays an integral role in allowing the Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) to provide home-based services to eligible individuals who wish to remain in a community setting.
All potential contractors must submit a proposal outlining their business practices and demonstrating an ability to serve the needs of the populations served by DHSS. Home and community-based care providers must also make assurances regarding compliance with applicable federal and state laws, regulations, and orders relative to the provision of services.
NOTE: Currently enrolled In-Home Services (IHS) and Consumer-Directed Services (CDS) providers’ participation agreements are valid for five (5) years. This is consistent with re-validation requirements. Most currently enrolled IHS and CDS providers have a renewal date of June 30, 2019. Providers can check the date by looking at their copies of the participation agreements.
The information provided on this site is intended as a resource for current home and community-based care providers and potential contractors. You may click on any of the links listed to obtain additional information.
- CDS Quarterly Reports-July 2019
- Electronic Visit Verification (EVV)
- In-Home Services & Consumer Directed Services Proposal Information
- HCBS Provider Revalidation
- Application Fee Information
- Information Sheet: HCBS Setting Requirements
- Provider Self-Assessment – HCBS Setting Requirements
- Initial Provider Survey Results – HCBS Setting Requirements
- Provider Certification Training & Provider Update Meetings
- Provider Contracts Forms
- Reassessment Packet
- Adult Day Care Waiver Services
- Residential Care Facility / Assisted Living Facility Packet
- DMH Providers Reporting ISL Variance
- CDS Audit Guidance
- FCSR for In-Home and Consumer Directed Services
- EVV Tool Kit