Star Plus Programs
STAR+PLUS is a Medicaid managed care program designed to provide health care, acute and long-term services and support through a managed care system. It is available to adults.
Visit our STAR+PLUS Program website to learn more.
- Day Activity and Health Services
- Personal Attendant Services
- Home-Delivered Meals
- Adaptive Aids/Medical Supplies/Minor Home Modiﬁcations
- Adult Foster Care
- Adult Day Care
- Assisted Living
- Emergency Response Services
- Nursing Services
- Respite Care (short-term supervision)
- Occupational/Physical/Speech/Language Therapy
- Prescription Drugs
Primary Home Care
Primary Home Care (PHC) provides non-technical, non-skilled, in-home attendant services to people who have an approved medical need for assistance with personal care tasks. PHC is available to eligible people whose health problems cause them to be functionally limited in performing activities of daily living according to a practitioner's statement of medical need. Attendants provide PHC services.
- Escorting a person to medical appointments for diagnosis and/or treatment.
- Home management to help with housekeeping activities that support the person's health and safety.
- Personal care related to the care of the person's physical health.
Who can get services?
- You must be 21 or older.
- You must have an unmet need for help with home management and personal care tasks.
- You must have a practitioner's statement of medical need.
- You must be eligible for Medicaid.
- You must meet a speciﬁed functional assessment score and have a functional limitation with at least one personal care task based on your medical condition.
Contact us and we can help see if your child qualiﬁes for these services. (link to contact page)
Community First Choice
Community First Choice (CFC) is a program that provides home and community-based attendant services and supports to Medicaid recipients with disabilities.
- Personal assistance services
- Habilitation services
- Emergency response services
- Support management
To be eligible for Community First Choice services an individual must:
- Be eligible for Medicaid.
- Need help with activities of daily living, such as dressing, bathing and eating.
- Need an institutional level of care.