Medicaid Waiver for individuals with Brain Injury
The Waiver for individuals with Brain Injury is a home and community based Medicaid waiver program, administered by the Behavioral Health Administration that was implemented in July of 2003. The program provides opportunities for community-based services to individuals who have experienced an acquired brain injury after the age of 17 and who meet the medical, financial, and technical criteria for the program. Technical eligibility criteria requires that individuals are residents in state psychiatric hospitals, state owned and operated nursing facilities, or Maryland licensed chronic hospitals that are CARF accredited in inpatient brain injury rehabilitation.
TBI waiver Fact sheet
For more information about the Traumatic Brain Injury Advisory Board, the Brain Injury Waiver program or any other State initiatives for individuals with brain injury, contact the Office of Adult Services, Behavioral Health Administration (410) 402-8476. Traumatic Brain injury Staff:Stefani O’Dea, MA, Chief of Long Term CareNikisha Marion, MS, TBI Waiver Case ManagerAnastasia Edmonston, MS CRC, Trainer, Traumatic Brain Injury and Person Centered Planning
201 W. Preston Street, Baltimore, MD 21201-2399
(410) 767-6500 or 1-877-463-3464