Community Care

The Community Care Services Program (CCSP) is a state Medicaid Waiver program administered through a grant from the Division of Aging and the Heart of Georgia Altamaha Area Agency on Aging.   Concerted Services Inc. received the grant award to operate the CCSP program in our service area.  The CCSP program is designed to assist eligible elderly and/or functionally impaired individuals in continuing to live in their homes and communities by providing cost-effective community based services as an alternative to nursing home placement.  Services that are brokered to various providers in the community by CCSP Care Coordinators are:  Alternative Living Services, Emergency Response Services, Home Delivered Meals, Respite Care, Personal Support, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, Skilled Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Home Health Aide, Non-Emergency Transport, Care Coordination, Adult Day Care, & Consumer Directed Care.  Clients receiving these services have been screened through the Gateway screening process.  

Concerted Services, Inc. provides client assessment and care management services.  CCSP services are  offered by Concerted Services, Inc. in the following counties: Appling, Bleckley, Candler, Dodge, Emanuel, Evans, Jeff Davis, Johnson, Laurens, Montgomery, Tattnall, Telfair, Toombs, Treutlen, Wayne, Wheeler, and Wilcox.

If you are interested in applying for Community Care  services please call: 1-888-367-9913 or fill out the Client Referral Form & fax to: 912-367-3640 or mail it to the address on the form.

 

 

Eligibility Requirements for Community Care Services Program

  Who is eligible for Community Care Services? The eligibility criteria for CCSP include the following: Functional impairment caused by physical limitations Note:  Alzheimer’s and dementia are physical conditions. Unmet need for care Approval of an intermediate level of care (LOC) certification for nursing home placement Approval of care plan by client’s physician Medicaid eligible …

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Reidsville Staff

Senior Resources

Below are links that might be useful for seniors: AAA : Heart of Georgia Altamaha Area Agency on Aging. Administration on Aging (AoA): American Disabilities Act: Offers information on the protection of rights for the disabled. AARP:  Offers a wide variety of information on many subjects important to those over 50. Centers for Medicare & …

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