Resources for Individuals Wishing to Move to the Community and Providers
- MFP Operational Protocol / Program Guidebook - Virginia's Money Follows the Person Demonstration Operational Protocol (Project Guidebook) was revised in 2009 and approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
- Money Follows the Person Project Brochure - This single-fold, book style brochure provides an introduction and overview of the project including the eligibility requirements, supports available, and who to contact for more information. Please feel free to download, print and distribute the brochure. If you are having trouble reading this document, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Virginia Easy Access - Virginia has a website that brings together resources in one spot. Virginia Easy Access is a web portal that allows older adults, adults with disabilities, and their caregivers to access information about long-term supports and providers in the community. Housing, transportation, and emergency preparedness are also included. The web portal is supported by VirginiaNavigator and 2-1-1 Virginia. You can search for supports by zip code on VirginiaNavigator and call or e-mail questions to 2-1-1 to find out more information.
- Housing and Transportation Resource Bank - This resource bank includes information about how individuals can access housing and transportation, and the work that is being done to increase available, affordable and accessible housing and non-Medicaid transportation in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
- Supplemental Home Modifications - Supplemental Home Modifications for individuals participating in the Money Follows the Person (MFP) Demonstration are now available. Individuals participating in MFP now have access to home modifications both prior to discharge that prevent the individual from transitioning and home modifications that exceed the $5000 Medicaid Environmental Modifications maximum limit, once the individual has transitioned to the community. This is a fact sheet containing information on the application process, as well as the contact information of the five regionally-based Centers for Independent Living that coordinate all requests.
- Medicaid-enrolled Providers for Transition Coordination - These providers assist an individual in developing a transition plan to move from a facility to the community using the Elderly or Disabled with Consumer Direction Waiver. You can also search for a Transition Coordinator Provider near you by going to the Virginia Navigator Quick Search. Type in “Transition Coordination” in the Topic box, and your zip code in the zip code box.
This File Was Last Modified: Thursday August 13 2015