Presentation on theme: "Georgia’s Olmstead Successes. PopulationDepartmentProgram Administrative Budget Benefit BudgetTotal AgingDHS Community Care Services Program 1,2 $820,870$142,378,590$143,199,460."— Presentation transcript:
Georgia’s Olmstead Successes
PopulationDepartmentProgram Administrative Budget Benefit BudgetTotal AgingDHS Community Care Services Program 1,2 $820,870$142,378,590$143,199,460 AgingDHS Non-Medicaid Home and Community Based Services 1 $50,925,741 AgingDCHSOURCE 3 $1,838,974 $174,893,931$176,420,459 Brain & SpinalDCH Independent Care Waiver Program 3 $35,796,877$36,109,323 Developmentally Disabled DBHDDAdult Developmental Disabled 4 $220,728,323 Developmentally Disabled DBHDD Child & Adolescent Developmental Disabled 4 $22,757,373 Mental HealthDBHDDAdult Mental Health 5 $34,859,780 Total $2,659,844$682,340,615$685,000, Estimated Olmstead Budget Even with the difficult economy, Georgia is committed to Olmstead.
Budgeted Resources for MH-DD Transitions
State DD Hospital Transitions
Developmentally Disabled in State Hospitals
Expansion of Host Homes Host Home Legislation: Previous Georgia law and regulations limited host family homes to one person needing residential services. HB 970 was approved in FY ‘08 to allow two people with DD to live in Host Home/Life Sharing situations. Number of persons in host homes: FY’04 – 160 FY’08 – 408 FY’
Decrease in hospital consumers,
Community Crisis Stabilization Beds
Money Follows the Person Support MFP Transitions by Disability Calendar YearOlder AdultsPD/TBIDD MFP Admissions into Waivers Calendar YearCCSPSOURCEICWPNOW/COMP
Community Care Service Provider Program CCSP consumers in CCSP live an average of over 4 additional years in the community. This represents a 44% increased consumer length of stay in the community since SFY 2000 With the Money Follows the Person grant in 2008 and 2009, 56 clients were admitted to CCSP from nursing homes.
Other efforts: Aging-Disability Resources Aging-Disability Resource Centers are single points of entry to access information and LTC services for individuals with disabilities of all ages. ADRCs keep individuals in the community and out of institutions. ADRCs currently serve 75% of Georgia's population and are accessible in 118 of Georgia's 159 counties. In SFY ‘09 they assisted 106,279 Georgians.
13 Nursing Facility Medicaid Days
Olmstead Sustained effort Proven commitment New Olmstead Coordinator with management experience