Money Follows the Person Applications Now Available
The administration of Governor Dannel P. Malloy and Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman today announced plans for sweeping, cost-saving changes in the organization of state health care programs for nearly 600,000 residents. The administration also approved a major expansion of the ‘Money Follows the Person’ (MFP) program for seniors and adults with disabilities leaving nursing home care for community living.
Money Follows the Person has a few key pieces that can assist you in living in your community. Follow the links below to find out more.
If you need more information, assistance with the application, designing a transition plan, or just want to learn more about community options, call 1-888-99-CTMFP (1-888-992-8637) or email Money Follows the Person at MFP@ct.gov
Brochures and publications, including the easy application form.
Related resources and helpful links.
The Department of Social Services has submitted the status update on the Money Follows the Person Program to the Human Services' and Aging Committees of the Connecticut General Assembly in accordance with Section 17b-369 of the Connecticut General Statutes.
Content Last Modified on 8/31/2011 9:44:52 AM