Transitional services covers items and expenses necessary and reasonable for a person to transition from an eligible setting to his/her own home.
A person must also:
- Age 18 or older
- Moving from an eligible setting to his/her own home
- Moving to a setting where these items and expenses are not normally furnished
- Not able to access transitional services from other funding sources (e.g., community nonprofit organizations).
- Be enrolled on the BI, CAC, CADI or DD waiver or be reasonably expected to enroll within 180 days
- Remain enrolled on the waiver for no less than 180 days after moving from the eligible setting to his/her own home.
A person can use transitional services to move to his/her own home from any of the following eligible settings:
- Adult foster care homes (corporate and family)
- Institution for mental diseases (IMD)
- Intensive rehabilitation treatment and Rule 36 settings
- Intermediate care facilities for persons with developmental disabilities (ICDs/DD)
- Nursing facilities
- Registered housing with services establishments (e.g., customized living)
- Unlicensed settings (e.g., a person’s own home or family home).