Some people who live in an adult care residence or an adult family care home can receive money from the Auxiliary Grant Program. The money received, plus other income is used by the person to pay for the care provided by the home. Individuals who receive money from this program are also eligible for Medicaid.
To be eligible, a person must:
Be 65 or older, blind, or disabled
Have countable resources of less than $2,000 for one person or $3,000 for a couple
Have countable income that is less than the approved rate for the home plus an allowance for personal items
File an application in the locality where the person lived prior to entering the adult care residence or adult family-care home
Have been assessed and determined to need care in an adult care residence or an adult family placement