Programs and Descriptions
The Community Personal Assistance Services Program (CPAS; formerly MAPC), Community First Choice (CFC) and Community Options Waiver all offer a similar service package. Services vary based on eligibility. The core services are personal assistance, supports planning, and nurse monitoring. The Community Options Waiver also offers services in an assisted living.
Medical Day Care is a structured group program that provides health, social, and related support services to functionally disabled adults, age 16 and older.
The Rare and Expensive Case Management (REM) Program is a case management program for recipients with specified rare and expensive conditions.
Hopkins ElderPlus is a voluntary health program designed to provide and coordinate all needed preventive, primary, acute and long-term care services so that older individuals can continue living in the community.
The program provides opportunities for community-based services to individuals who have experienced a traumatic brain injury after the age of 17.
This waiver targets medically fragile individuals including technology dependent individuals who, before the age of 22, would otherwise be hospitalized and are certified as needing hospital or nursing home level of care.
The EID Program provides Medical Assistance to working Marylanders with disabilities who meet the program’s eligibility criteria.
The program targets populations with behavioral health needs who are at high risk for additional chronic conditions, including those with serious persistent mental illness, serious emotional disturbance, and opioid substance use disorders.
The Community Pathways waiver provides services and supports to individuals, of any age, living in the community, meet the criteria for a developmental disability.