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N.D. -(Heather Steffl)– The North Dakota Department of Human Services is encouraging
people with disabilities, their families and guardians, service
providers and professionals, and advocates to participate in a short
online survey now through June 2 to help identify gaps in Medicaid
waiver services and opportunities to meet any unmet needs.
responses will provide important information about the current state
of services and will guide discussion at an upcoming technical
assistance meeting that is part of a department-requested
comprehensive review of North Dakota’s existing Medicaid waiver
programs. Key goals include reviewing eligibility and service
criteria to determine if current practices and policies prevent some
people who have disabilities from accessing needed services. The
review will also help determine if some waiver recipients need
additional types of services.
review may lead to changes to an existing waiver or a new waiver,
changes in criteria or services, or may also lead to recommendations
to assure greater consistency in applying eligibility criteria
statewide,” said the department’s Developmental Disabilities
Division Director Tina Bay.
encouraged stakeholders to complete the online survey that will be
open until June 2 at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RPDFXTN.
said survey responses will also help determine if stakeholders think
there are enough slots for each of the state’s six Medicaid
waivers, and what gaps may exist in support services for individuals
with multiple, complex needs, such as co-occurring behavioral health
and developmental disability needs.
review is a joint effort involving the department’s developmental
disabilities, aging services, medical services, and behavioral health
divisions. After the review is completed, the department will
consider recommendations and plan appropriate next steps to
strengthen waiver services.
Dakota currently has an Autism waiver, Technology Dependent waiver,
Aged and Disabled Home and Community-Based Services waiver,
Developmental Disabilities waiver, Children’s Medically Fragile
waiver, and Children’s Hospice waiver.
Medicaid waiver is a program authorized by federal law that funds
in-home and community-based services for individuals who qualify and
meet level of care requirements and other criteria described in the
with questions can contact the Developmental Disabilities Division at 701-328-8930,
ND Relay TTY 800-366-6888 or 711, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Huck) – Income eligibility guidelines for the North Dakota Special
Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
have increased based on changes in the federal poverty levels.
Effective May 1, 2017,
a family of four can earn up to $3,793 each month (or $876 each week
for the household) and still meet income eligibility requirements...
– The Jamestown City Engineer's Office reports that due to a water
main break, WATER
SERVICE WILL BE TEMPORARILY SHUT OFF
this morning for Utility repairs in
Ave North between 10th
St NW (North of Nickeus Park)
outages will be temporary - water service will be resumed as soon as
N.D.-(LuWanna Lawrence) – Beginning June 1, the North Dakota
Department of Human Services will be using new Way2Go Card® Debit
Mastercard® cards to issue electronic payments to Temporary
Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) clients, child care providers
who participate in the Child Care Assistance Program, and parents who
choose not to receive electronic child support payments through
new Way2Go Card® Debit Mastercard® replaces the ReliaCard®
FARGO, N.D. – The Highway Patrol says a Grand Forks man was arrested near Kathryn, ND on Tuesday on multiple charges.Patrol Sgt. Luke Hendrickson reports a trooper responded to a call of a reckless driver traveling west on Highway 46 south of Kathryn. The trooper clocked the Honda SUV at 103 miles per hour. Thomas Wentz, Jr., 51, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and driving under suspension. He was also cited for speeding and open container.