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.
- In-Home Services & Consumer Directed Services Proposal Information
- Application Fee Information
- Information Sheet: HCBS Setting Requirements
- Provider Self Assessment – HCBS Setting Requirements
- Initial Provider Survey Results – HCBS Setting Requirements
- Provider Certification Training & Annual Provider Update Meeting
- 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