HOME AND COMMUNITY-BASED SERVICES REGIONAL MEETINGS
Join ADMH and Partners to learn more about the Home and Community Based Settings Rule
Montgomery, Ala. – The Alabama Department of Mental Health (ADMH), the Alabama Disability Advocacy Program and People First Alabama have partnered to host five meetings providing information and guidance on the Home and Community-Based Settings Rule (HCBS). Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) are provided to individuals with disabilities in their homes and communities through Medicaid waivers.
With services related to the Home and Community-Based Settings Rule, individuals with disabilities can become more empowered to make choices for their lives. The Home and Community-Based Settings Rule assures services focus on freedom of choice, integration into the community, dignity, respect, and protection of individual rights and privacy. Join us to learn more about person-centered planning, self-directed services, and other aspects of HCBS.
Two meetings were hosted in Birmingham and Montgomery in August. The three remaining meetings are:
- September 08, 2022, 5:30 p.m.
Ben Main Library, 701 Government Street, Mobile
ZOOM: Meeting ID: 875 6239 1998, Passcode: 457828
- September 20, 2022, 5:30 p.m.
Turner-Surles Community Resources Center, 720 Sycamore Street Northwest, Decatur
ZOOM: Meeting ID: 883 4372 9454, Passcode: 025681
- September 29, 2022, 5:30 p.m.
ADMH Region II Office, 1305 James I. Harrison Jr. Parkway, Tuscaloosa
ZOOM: Meeting ID: 824 0626 8229, Passcode: 025681
To learn more, please visit www.hcbsalabama.org and https://mh.alabama.gov/home-and-community-based-services/.
Ensuring safety and integrity of the individual, the Home and Community-Based Settings Rule is vital for individuals with disabilities. Please join ADMH and partners to learn more about HCBS at the above mentioned regional meetings or call the Regional Office in your area.