Medicaid Service Waiver
The Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waiver is a statewide funded program that provides services for certain low-income individuals and families who fit into an eligibility group that is recognized by federal and state law. To be a waiver participant, an individual must be medically qualified and certified for the waivers as one of the following: developmentally disabled, elderly, physically or mentally disabled, or autistic.
Services Provided by ACES
- Supported Employment
Supported Employment assists individuals to obtain and maintain competitive employment, which may be performed on a full-time or part-time basis in an integrated setting.
- Supported Living
Provides training and assistance through a wide variety of activities to support individuals who live in and maintain homes or apartments of their own.
Companionships consist of non-medical care, supervision, and goal-oriented activities provided to an adult when the caregiver is unavailable. Companion Services are designed to operate as a meaningful day program.
Provides for 24 hour a day of companionship, personal care, assistance with activities of daily living, and other activities deemed necessary to help an individual remain in his or her own home.
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Alliance Community Employment Services works with individuals living with a wide range of mental, emotional and physical disabilities. Our goal is to provide individuals with disabilities the opportunity to secure and maintain employment. Through our many support systems, ACES can educate and expose individuals to lifetime success, both socially and economically. Your contribution will enable us to provide free job coaching, supported living, and in-home training to individuals with disabilities, all of which are much needed services.