For those of us who have trouble convincing our adolescents that bathing is important, it might be hard to imagine a bathtub being at the top of a 12-year-old’s wish […]
Involuntary commitment (IVC) is when a person is put into a mental health facility against their will, or without their permission or the permission of their guardian. You must meet […]
This Hurricane Florence recovery project was funded in part by grants from the American Red Cross and the Center for Disaster Philanthropy.
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Return to DRNC’s “Winter preparedness for people with disabilities” fact sheet. If you have diabetes, you may want to also view this Disaster Preparedness Plan from the Diabetes Disaster Response […]
Return to “Medicaid Appeals Involving LME/MCOs.“
Learn about DRNC’s accessible voting project and how Kenya Myers, DRNC’s voting rights advocate, work tirelessly to get out the vote.
If you receive Medicaid services, you have the right to appeal any denial, reduction, suspension, or termination of services. In North Carolina, Local Management Entities/Managed Care Organizations (LME/MCOs) administer behavioral health services. They decide what services you can have. You can appeal the LME/MCO’s decision to do any of the following: