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Waiver Services during COVID-19

You have the right to receive the home and community-based services (HCBS) you need durin…

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Alternatives to Guardianship

There are many alternatives to guardianship that should be explored before determining…

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Am I Eligible for CAP/DA?

Community Alternatives Program for Disabled Adults (CAP/DA)  CAP/DA is a Medicaid Waiv…

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Am I Eligible for an Innovations Waiver?

The Innovations Waiver is a Home and Community-Based Service Waiver under the Medicai…

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Programs to Support Community Living

An information packet describing the programs available in NC to help people live in the c…

Transitions to Community Living Initiative (TCLI)

What is TCLI? In North Carolina, people diagnosed with serious mental illness are someti…

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Community Living during COVID-19

COVID-19 poses specific challenges to people with disabilities living in the community…


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