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Most ALs are private pay.
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I have found that links are not allowed here, but are intact enough that if you copy and paste the info into google they will usually get you where you need to go.
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Guestshopadmin: This info would be great however the links are not working... :(
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Sorry Orange County, Ca
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Please note that due to overwhelming demand and need for services, California has instituted a waiting list for Medicaid Assisted Living Waivers.
In March 2017, California’s Assisted Living Waiver Program reached its capacity of 3,700 participants. The Department of Healthcare Services (DHCS) has instituted a waitlist, and on May 22, 2017 began accepting “Waitlist Request Forms.” Individuals interested in holding a spot on the waitlist should contact a Care Coordination Agency in their county to complete a one-page Waitlist Request Form.
here is a list of Care coordinating agencies
dhcs.ca.gov/services/ltc/Documents/CareCoordinationAgencies2017.pdf
Here is a listing of Facilities in California with county designations that accept Assisted Living Waiver.
dhcs.ca.gov/services/ltc/Documents/ListofRCFEfacilities.pdf
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If you are looking for assisted living in Orange County, Florida, I was given this website yesterday for Assisted Living Facilities that have only 5 residents and they do accept Medicaid. I was advised that Medicaid paid $ 375.00 a month for a Personal Care Home and $1,000.00 for an Assisted Living. The difference between the two is that for the Personal Care Home, the owner of the home lives at the residence. Here is the website that you can research for the homes: residentialhomecarenetwork.org
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Orange county of which state?
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