Are you in a Residential, Day Program, or Work Center?

December 2, 2022

Are you currently living in a residential facility? Do you participate in a day program?  Do you work at a work center or workshop? We need to hear from YOU!

A residential facility could be any Home and Community-Based Services Setting, including Community Training Homes, Supervised Living Models (SLPs), Community Residential Care Facilities, group homes, or assisted living facilities. If you live in one of these places, go to a day program, or work at a work center, we need to hear from you!

You can provide your feedback in many ways:

  1. Fill out a survey to share your experience. Click here to fill out the short survey. <> Please fill out the survey no later than Friday, December 9, 2022.
  2. Send us an email at [email protected] <> to let us know of any problems in your home, day program, or work center.
  3. Contact Valarie Bishop with the SC DD Council if you would like to talk with someone. You can reach Valarie by emailing her at [email protected] <> or calling 803.734.0215
  4. Join us on a call Thursday, December 15, 2022, at 2:00 pm. This call will be co-hosted by SC partners, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and the Administration for Community Living (ACL), as we all want to learn of any issues, you are experiencing so that we can help. If you want to join the call, please click “register here” below.

All information will be kept private. Your name will not be shared unless you want it to be shared.

We invite anyone receiving Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services and their families/designee to join the call on December 15.

Register <>

If you need help completing the survey or are worried about sharing your concerns, please call us at 800.681.6805 or email us at [email protected] <mailto:[email protected]> . We can come to you directly if you want to discuss your concerns privately.

All information will be kept private. Your name will not be shared unless you want it to be shared.

This is a collaborative effort with the Administration for Community Living (ACL), the Center for Medicaid Services (CMS), Able SC, Disability Rights South Carolina, SC Developmental Disabilities Council, USC Center for Disability Resources, SC Department on Aging, AccessAbility, and Walton Options for Independent Living

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