Colorado Home and Community Based Settings: Survey for Individuals, Families, and Advocates
Medicaid is a government program that provides funding for services and supports that help low-income older adults and people with disabilities across the country live in their communities. These services and supports can take place in the home, the workplace, or in day program services.

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), the Federal funding and oversight agency for the Medicaid program, released a rule to make sure that these services and supports, and the places where they are provided, are truly part of the community.

See the table below for a summary of characteristics of homes and workplaces or day programs that follow the rule.

Some Home and Community Based Services Settings already meet these standards, and others may need to make changes to follow the rule. This survey will help Colorado identify which homes and workplaces may need additional support. It will also help us identify patterns in the kinds of changes that need to be made.

You can take this survey as often as you want. Your answers will be kept private.

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