MI Choice

What is MI Choice?

MI Choice Medicaid Waiver (MI Choice) is a long-term care program, providing in-home services to older adults and individuals with a disability who medically qualify for nursing home care. Through MI Choice, eligible adults receive Medicaid-covered services like those provided by nursing homes in their own home, the home of a loved one, and some community-based settings. Services offered may include personal care, homemaking, medication management, home-delivered meals, non-emergency medical transportation, and more. 

A licensed Social Worker and a Registered Nurse perform a comprehensive assessment to determine what help is needed, then connect individuals to quality services offered through our network of partners. In order to promote and preserve the dignity and well-being of the people we serve, only those services necessary for independence and accepted by the individual will be provided.

The services and supports available through the MI Choice program include:

  • Adult Day Health (Adult Day Care)
  • Chore Services
  • Community Health Worker
  • Community Living Supports
  • Community Transportation
  • Counseling
  • Environmental Accessibility Adaptations (Home Modifications)
  • Fiscal Intermediary
  • Goods and Services
  • Home Delivered Meals
  • Nursing Services (Preventative Nursing)
  • Personal Emergency Response System
  • Private Duty Nursing/Respiratory Care
  • Respite (In-Home and Out-of-Home)
  • Specialized Medical Equipment and Supplies
  • Supports Coordination
  • Training

MI Choice Waiver Provider list is available upon request.

Who is eligible?

Adults ages 18-64 who have a disability or adults ages 65+

Medically eligible for nursing home placement

Meet Medicaid income and asset guidelines (AAAWM can help with this process)

Be in need of one or more MI Choice services 

How does it work?

To start the referral process, contact us

An initial screening will take place via telephone with one of our Access Coordinators to determine eligibility. 

Information like name, address, birth date, marital status, assets and sources of income will be needed, as well as a description of current care needs.

In the event a person does not qualify, we will provide information on other community resources that may be available.