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Money Follows the Person
The MFP Program is a program that allows elderly an disabled adults ages 18 and up to receive support services in their own home, as an alternative to nursing home placement. By providing in home care, case management, and other supports, CAP/DA can help these individuals stay at home.

Services Available

Support services include: 
  • case management
  • skilled nursing
  • occupational therapy
  • speech therapy
  • in home aide services
  • respite care
  • adult day health care
  • home delivered meals
  • durable medical equipment
  • telephone alert
  • medical supplies
  • home mobility aides
  • institutional respite

Client Eligibility

Persons 18 years of age or older requiring intermediate or skilled level nursing facility care and who can receive CAP coded Medicaid. Clients must be currently in the nursing home for the past 3 months.

Cost and Payment Information

Can be a cost to clients for services provided.

What Should Your Bring?

Potential clients must complete the MFP Intake Form to be considered for this program. Applicant must be approved as appropriate by the State MFP Director and needs to qualify  for MFP/ Medicaid at Department of Social Services. For more information, please contact 704-336-4674.

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