News & Announcements

Recent News

Request for Information (RFI) for Case Management Services for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities and Individuals with Brain Injuries

The Vermont Agency of Human Services (AHS) and the Department of Disability, Aging and Independent Living (DAIL) developed a Request for Information (RFI) for Case Management Services for Developmental Services (DS) and the Brain Injury Program (BIP). The purpose of this RFI was to gather input and information from stakeholders and from organizations who may be interested in delivering Case Management Services for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities and Individuals with Brain Injuries in Vermont. The RFI Comment Period closed on June 21. A copy of the RFI is available here.

DAIL is planning to seek statewide competitive contracts with one or more organizations to deliver case management for the DS and BIP systems. The State hopes to a multiple statewide contracts. This will depend on the number of qualified organizations who apply. The contract(s) will start in mid-2025.

The RFI had three key objectives:

  1. Provide information regarding the business need for the new case management structure;
  2. Seek information to help the State in determining if the requirements meet the vision and goals of the State’s home and community-based service system; and
  3. Seek information to help the State in determining if the requirements can be met in a cost-effective manner.

The State was seeking feedback on the information in this RFI from organizations that may be interested in providing these services, and from stakeholders. The State will consider any information received in response to the RFI.

AHS and DAIL released two documents related to the Request for Information (RFI) for Case Management Services for Developmental Services (DS) and the Brain Injury Program (BIP). One document is a summary of submitted RFI responses and the other is the state responses to submitted RFI questions. Both documents are available below.

For more background about HCBS Case Management in Vermont and this work, please visit www.vermonthcbs.org.

Developmental Disabilities Services: Detailed Service Roles Table

In preparation for the implementation of the new Case Management structure, the Department of Disability, Aging and Independent Living (DAIL) has developed a new resource, the DS Detailed Service Roles Table.

This table lists the home and community-based services available for people with developmental disabilities. For each service, the table describes the planned roles of the person (and their family or guardian if that applies), the service provider, and the case management organization.

DAIL also developed this plain language version of the information in the DS Detailed Services Roles Table.

If you have questions or ideas about this information, please send your comments using this form.

Brain Injury Program: Detailed Service Roles Table

In preparation for the implementation of the new Case Management structure, the Department of Disability, Aging and Independent Living (DAIL) has developed a new resource, the BIP Detailed Service Roles Table.

This table lists the home and community-based services available for individuals in the Brain Injury Program. For each service, the table describes the planned roles of the person (and their family or guardian if that applies), the service provider, and the case management organization.

DAIL also developed this plain language version of the information in the BIP Detailed Services Roles Table.

If you have questions or ideas about this information, please send your comments using this form. 

Stay Up-to-Date

Don’t miss our email updates about the work of the HCBS-COI project. Emails include information like:

  • Updates about the HCBS COI Advisory Committee
  • Opportunities to share your ideas and experiences
  • Information about things that may change

Be sure to subscribe to our newsletter to get the latest information and view our archive of past emails below.


Past Newsletters

Health Management Associates logo
State of Vermont logo

© 2024 Health Management Associates
Any views or opinions expressed through this site belong solely to the author and may not reflect the views of the State of Vermont or its agencies.

Back to top