Recently, BDDS announced that it selected six case management organizations (CMO) to provide waiver case management services beginning January 1, 2022. Individuals and families with a case management provider other than the six that were selected have been notified and need to choose a new case management provider. Individuals and families must choose a case management provider from among the six CMOs by December 14, 2021.
Many people aren’t sure what to do or how to choose a new case manager and time is running out. Join The Arc of Indiana and Self-Advocates of Indiana to learn more about changes to case management services, how to choose a new case management company, and what families and self-advocates need to do next.
- Indiana Professional Management Group (IPMG)
- Unity of Indiana
- Inspire Case Management
- Connections Case Management
- The Columbus Organization
- CareStar of Indiana
Visit Medicaid Waiver Case Management – News and Updates and Medicaid Waiver Case Management FAQ for more information.
Questions? Call 317-977-2375 or 800-382-9100 and ask to speak with one of our family advocates.