Alabama Medicaid

Alabama Department of Mental Health

UPDATED: September 10, 2018

Home and Community-Based Waiver Services are available to eligible Medicaid recipients who are at risk of needing care in a nursing home, hospital or other institution. Clients must meet financial, medical and program requirements and must be willing to receive services in their homes or communities. Waiver program enrollment is limited and a waiting period may be necessary.
Applicants must meet financial, medical, and program criteria to access waiver services. The applicant also must be at risk of nursing institutionalization (nursing facility, hospital, ICF/IID). A client
who receives services through a waiver program also is eligible for all basic Medicaid covered services. Each waiver program has an enrollment limit. There may be a waiting period for any
particular waiver. Applicants may apply for more than one waiver, but may only receive services through one waiver at a time. Anyone who is denied Medicaid eligibility for any reason has a right to

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