Vermont Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Conflict of Interest (COI)
A project of the Vermont Agency of Human Services

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Vermont HCBS

Helping Vermonters live their best lives with the services and supports they need.

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Vermont HCBS

Helping Vermonters live their best lives with the services and supports they need.

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Vermont HCBS

Helping Vermonters live their best lives with the services and supports they need.

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Vermont HCBS

Helping Vermonters live their best lives with the services and supports they need.

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Vermont HCBS

Helping Vermonters live their best lives with the services and supports they need.

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Vermont HCBS-COI Project

The Vermont Agency of Human Services is making changes to state Medicaid programs offering home and community-based services. The HCBS-COI project is working on changes to three programs* supported by the Department of Disability, Aging and Independent Living (DAIL).

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Traumatic Brain Injury Services

HCBS for people with traumatic brain injury

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HCBS for people with developmental disabilities

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 HCBS for older adults and people with physical disabilities

*Looking for information about Vermont Department of Mental Health (DMH) HCBS-COI?
The State has explored options to address conflict of interest in two DMH programs: Community Rehabilitation and Treatment (CRT) for adults, and Intensive Home and Community-Based Services (IHCBS) for children and their families. AHS has determined that most mental health services offered through the CRT and IHCBS programs could be delivered under a different set of rules. This changes the expectations for conflict of interest and case management in DMH programs, requiring fewer changes to these programs. As such, the State has realigned this website to focus on the DAIL programs. If you would like more information about this change, please contact AHS – Medicaid Policy at AHS.MedicaidPolicy@vermont.gov.

Meet the Advisory Committee

Get to know the members of the HCBS-COI Advisory Committee. The Committee is made up of people from Vermont. Each member brings a different view or experience with case management.

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