State Medicaid Managed Care for Long Term Care (SMMCLTC)
The State Medicaid Managed Care Program provides community-based services, Assisted Living, and Nursing Home assistance to frail functionally impaired seniors and disabled adults age 18 and above at risk of nursing home placement. The program assists clients to remain in their own homes or Assisted Living facilities. The program also manages clients under Long Term Care Medicaid in a Nursing Home. Clients must meet financial eligibility as determined by the Department of Children and Families and functional level of care as determined by CARES. Clients choose a Long Term Care Managed Care Plan through an enrollment broker. The plan assigns a case manager to each client who will help develop a care plan.
Some of the Standard Long Term Care benefits include:
- Adult Day Care
- Case Management
- Caregiver Training
- Home Delivered Meals
- Emergency Alert
- Personal Care
- Assisted Living
The Medicaid Long Term Care program is administered and managed by the Department of Elder Affairs, Area Agencies on Aging, Department of Children & Families, the Agency for Health Care Administration and four Managed Care Plans which for PSA 9 include:
Contact the Helpline at 866-684-5885 for more information and to receive a screening and begin the eligibility process for benefits under the Medicaid Managed Care Long Term Care Program.