Programs and services that support older adults and adults with physical disabilities to live independently in their own homes and communities if they choose.
U.S. Department of Justice Settlement Agreement
North Dakota and the USDOJ reached a settlement agreement to expand access to in-home and community-based care services that enable people with physical disabilities to live in the community with support. In-home services can usually be provided at a lower cost than institutional care.
Multigenerational Plan for Aging
Together with partners and individuals, HHS is developing a 10-year, strategic Multigenerational Plan for Aging to help transform and improve coordination of programs and services to improve the health and well-being of North Dakotans as they age.
Money Follows the Person program
Helps Medicaid members with disabilities transition/move from qualified institutions (nursing homes, Life Skills and Transition Center) to homes and apartments in the community. Working with community partners, MFP connects people to housing, services and support.
- MDS 3.0 Section Q - Local Contact Agency Referral and Discharge Planning Services
- USDOJ Settlement Agreement expanding access to HCBS
- Adult Health
- Injury and Fall Prevention
- Community Engagement
- Refugee Services
- Adult Residential Care Facility Compliance
- Lifespan Respite Care Grant Service
- Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE)
- Summary of Standards for Non-Medical Residential Facilities