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Additional Long-Term Care Services
Home and community-based services provide opportunities for individuals to receive services in their own home or community. These programs serve a variety of targeted populations, such as people with mental illnesses, intellectual or developmental disabilities, and/or physical disabilities.
Additional Long-Term Care Services

Ohio Medicaid offers a wide variety of home and community-based services and programs for individuals with long-term care needs, including:
Private Duty Nursing

Individuals who require medically necessary continuous nursing services may be eligible to receive Private Duty Nursing services.  More Information

Hospice Services
Hospice services are provided to individuals who are terminally ill and at the end of life. These services are intended to provide comfort or palliative care. More Information
Home Health
Home health services include home health nursing, home health aide, and skilled therapies (physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech-language pathology). More Information

Community Behavioral Health
Ohio Medicaid beneficiaries have the option of receiving Community Behavioral Health services, which includes mental health services and alcohol and drug addiction treatment services. More Information  

Targeted Case Management
Targeted case management services assist individuals with developmental disabilities gain access to necessary medical, social, and educational services. Targeted case management includes assessment, care planning, referral and linkage, and monitoring and follow-up. More Information

Program for All-Inclusive Care of the Elderly (PACE)
PACE is a managed care modeled plan that provides participants with all of their needed health care, medical care and supplementary services in acute, sub-acute, institutional or community settings. Services include primary and specialty care, adult day health services, personal care services, inpatient hospital, prescription drug, occupational and physical therapies and nursing home care. More Information

Healthchek is Ohio's Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT) program. It is a service package for babies, children, and young adults under age 21 who are enrolled on Ohio Medicaid. The purpose of Healthchek is to discover and treat health problems early. More Information

Medicaid School Program
Medicaid School Program allows Medicaid reimbursement to local education agencies that are Medicaid providers of skilled therapy, behavioral health, nursing, targeted case management, specialized transportation, and administrative claiming. More Information

Medicaid Buy-In for Workers with Disabilities (MBIWD)
Medicaid Buy-In for Workers with Disabilities (MBIWD) is an Ohio Medicaid program that provides health care coverage to working Ohioans with disabilities. MBIWD was created to enable Ohioans with disabilities to work and still keep their health care coverage. More Information

Residential State Supplement (RSS)  
The RSS program provides financial assistance to adults who have increased needs due to a disability that is not severe enough to require long term care in an institution, such as a nursing home or hospital. More Information