Children’s Community Options Program: Who is Eligible?
Children with disabilities may be eligible for the Children’s Community Options Program (CCOP) if they meet all the criteria listed below.
A screening tool is used to determine eligibility based on your child’s disability and needs. The tool is called a functional screen.
Learn more about the Children’s Programs Eligibility and Functional Screen, P-03061.
Who can join CCOP?
To receive CCOP services, the child in your care must:
- Be younger than age 22.
- Have a disability.
- Live in an eligible setting, such as at home, a relative’s home, or a foster home.
- Meet an eligible level of care needed for CCOP based on the functional screen.