All Supports and Comprehensive waiver participants must be eligible recipients of Medicaid. To apply for Medicaid or to renew Medicaid financial eligibility for on-going waiver Click Here.
Applicants for, and current participants of, the Supports and Comprehensive Waivers must meet residency, clinical eligibility, and financial eligibility requirements. Specific eligibility information, as well as required assessments and evaluations that will need to be conducted, can be found in the Application Guide for the Supports Waiver.
If you are interested in applying for home and community-based waiver services, please contact the Benefits and Eligibility Specialist in your area.
- Review the Application Guide for the Supports Waiver, which lists eligibility requirements
• Supports Waiver Guide and Application – PDF Fillable Application
• Guía de solicitud para la exención de apoyos
- Contact the Benefits and Eligibility Specialist in your area
- Select a Case Manager and complete the Case Management Selection form
• Case Management Selection Form
• Formulario para selección de administradores de casos
- Work with the selected Case Manager to plan the best services for your individualized plan of care
• Planning Workbook for Individualized Plans of Care
• Cuaderno de trabajo de planeación para planes de cuidados individualizados
Qualifying Dependents of Military Service Members
Pursuant to circumstances outlined in 2017 House Enrolled Act 0600, qualifying dependents of active military service members may apply for waiver services prior to residing in the state of Wyoming or, upon their return to the state of Wyoming, resume waitlist placement or funding status identical to where they would be had they not left the state for military reasons. If you have questions about the rights and responsibilities of qualified dependents of military service member, please contact Jennifer Adams at email@example.com.
Participant Rights Information
Participant-Directed Services Information
NCI-IDD Survey 2022
The Wyoming Department of Health wants to know how well services provided through the Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) waivers are meeting the needs of participants. The Department of Health has partnered with Vital Research to conduct the National Core Indicator- Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (NCI-IDD) survey. Starting in November, surveyors with Vital Research will begin reaching out to randomly selected participants about participating in the NCI-IDD survey. This survey will be in progress until June 30, 2023.
The NCI-IDD survey process is voluntary. Participants will not lose or gain any services or funding as a result of their participation in the survey. The Vital Research interviewer will keep participants’ answers to all questions private.
For more information about the NCI-IDD please visit the National Core Indicators website.
For more information about the survey in general please feel free to reach out to Dillion Johnson at (307)777-8760 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.