Non-Medicaid Home Care Financial Assistance


Non-Medicaid Home Care Financial Assistance Programs by State

In many states there are low income seniors who are not eligible for Medicaid. For those who qualify there are in-home assistance programs available. The goal of such programs are to delay or prevent the placement of individuals in nursing homes. This is also known as “nursing home diversion programs”. Sources of funding varies, eligibility and benefits are available based on patient needs. Some programs provide cash assistance while others provide assistance with daily living activities; such as chores, meals, transportation, etc. As another option, adult day care and assistance with home modifications may be available. All of the programs listed are provide to help seniors remain independent. There are many programs available, some may have different eligibility requirements. All will require screening based on age, income, financial resources and other information.

Please follows the links below to read about specific programs in your state

Arizona NMHCBSNebraska Lifespan Respite
Alaska Senior BenefitsNebraska Social Services for Aged and Disabled Adults
Alaska Senior Access ProgramNebraska Disabled Persons and Family Support
Alaska Adult Day ServicesNebraska Assistance to the Aged, Blind, or Disabled
Alaska Senior In-Home ServicesNevada COPE
California Alzheimer’s Day CareNevada Homemaker Program
California In-Home Supportive ServicesNew Hampshire Transitions in Caregiving
Colorado Old Age PensionNew Jersey Alzheimer’s Adult Day Care
Colorado Home Care AllowanceNew Jersey Statewide Respite Care
Connecticut CHCPENew Jersey Assistance for Community Caregiving
Delaware Adult Day Care and Alzheimer’s Day TreatmentNew York Expanded EISEP Program
CARE DelawareNorth Carolina In Home Aide Services
DC’s Senior Citizens’ Home RepairNorth Carolina Project C.A.R.E.
Florida OSS for SeniorsNorth Dakota Older Americans Act Services
Florida Project R.E.L.I.E.F.North Dakota SPED and Ex-SPED
Florida Alzheimer’s Disease InitiativeOklahoma Respite Resource
Florida CCE ProgramOklahoma Adult Day Care Services
Florida Home Care for the ElderlyOklahoma In Home Assistance Services for the Elderly
Florida Local Services ProgramOregon Project Independence
Hawaii Kupuna CarePennsylvania Options Program
Hawaii Kupuna CareRhode Island Home and Community Care Co-Pay Program
Hawaii Chore Services ProgramSouth Dakota Homemaker, Chore and Respite Care Programs
Idaho Senior RespiteTennessee OPTIONS for Community Living
Idaho Homemaker ServicesTexas CCAD Program
Illinois Community CareTexas Community Attendant Services
Indiana ChoiceTexas DADS Services to Assist Independent Living
Iowa Able Foundation Loan ProgramTexas In-Home and Family Support Program
Iowa Senior Living – Case Management ProgramTennessee Homemaker / Adult Day Care
Kansas Senior Care ActUtah The Alternatives Program
Kansas Senior Care ActVermont Dementia Care Respite
Kentucky Hart-Supported LivingVirginia Adult Services
Kentucky Personal Care AttendantWashington Volunteer Chore Services
Kentucky Adult Day Care and Alzheimer’s RespiteWest Virginia Ron Yost Program
Maine Home-Based CareWest Virginia In Home Services for the Elderly
Maryland Senior Care ProgramWest Virginia Family Alzheimer’s In-Home
Maryland In Home-Aide ServicesWest Virginia Lighthouse Program
Massachusetts HCP and ECOP ProgramsWisconsin SSI Exceptional Expense Supplement
Minnesota Alternative Care ProgramWisconsin Community Options Program
Mississippi In Home Care Services / Homemaker ProgramWisconsin Alzheimer’s Family & Caregiver Support
Nebraska Assistance to the Aged, Blind, or DisabledWisconsin Family Care and Partnership
Wyoming CBIHS

Contact Home Care Business for specific information regarding your state.


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