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DMHSAS Numbered Memo Series: 2014

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 Memo#   Division    Subject  Date Issued

2014-01

Action

DMHSAS Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant Report and SAP-SIS Final Submission (PDF, 170KB)

Action Summary: The SAPTBG annual report and the SAP-SIS final submission for calendar year 2013 are due by May 1, 2014 to the central office contact

02/11/14

2014-02

Action

DMHSAS Intoxicated Driver Program – Approved Training (IDP-AT) (PDF, 20KB)

Action Summary: Beginning with the May 2014 IDP-AT, individuals enrolling in that course will be required to verify they meet the requirements listed above.

02/18/14

2014-03

Policy

DMHSAS /DLTC Funding and Service Coordination for Children who are Dually Eligible for the Comprehensive Community Services Program and the Children’s Long-Term Support Waivers (PDF, 75KB)

Document Summary: This memo was jointly developed by the Division of Long Term Care (DLTC) and the Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (DMHSAS) to provide clarification to county human and social service agencies regarding how to proceed when children are determined to be dually eligible for the Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) and the Children’s Long-Term Support (CLTS) Waiver programs. The CCS and CLTS Waiver programs are not mutually exclusive; a child may be eligible and enrolled in only CCS, only CLTS Waivers, or jointly enrolled in both CCS and CLTS Waivers. This document clarifies the eligibility, funding and service coordination requirements when a child is jointly enrolled in both CCS and CLTS Waivers. The guidance provided in this memo applies only to counties which are CCS certified and thus able to offer services through the CCS Program.

Attachment: CCS Model Service Array - Draft (PDF, 62KB)

03/07/14

 

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