The Community Care Services Program (CCSP) is a Medicaid home and community based waiver services program that provides community-based social, health and support services to eligible consumers as an alternative to placement in a nursing home.
The Georgia Department of Community Health’s (DCH) Division of Medicaid contracts with Georgia’s 12 Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) to administer the program statewide.
- Adult Day Health – Medically supervised group day program at an adult day health center, which can include physical, occupational or speech therapy.
- Alternative Living Services – State licensed personal care homes, providing 24-hour personal care supervision.
- Emergency Response Services – In-home, 24-hour electronic two-way communication system that calls for help in an emergency.
- Home-delivered Meals – Nutritionally balanced meals delivered to the home.
- Home-delivered Services – Skilled nursing and therapy services provided in the home as a continuation of the member’s home health benefit.
- Out-of-Home Respite Care – Temporary relief for the primary care giver responsible for full time care, provided in a personal care home or an adult day health center.
- Personal Support Services – In-home services such as personal care, meal preparation, light housekeeping, shopping and in-home respite services.