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Take Me Home, West Virginia - A Money Follows the Person Initiative

The Bureau for Medical Services (BMS) is enrolling qualified Waiver Case Management agencies to provide Transition Navigator services statewide for the Take Me Home, West Virginia Program. If you are interested, you can review the Transition Navigator Provider Enrollment Criteria and the sample Transition Navigator Provider Agreement, or call Marcus Canaday at (304) 356-4847.

Draft MFP Sustainability Plan Available for Public Comment until April 17, 2015

Below is the draft Money Follows the Person (MFP), Take Me Home, WV Sustainability Plan. Public comments will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. on April 17, 2015.

If you need an accessible format of the document please call 304-558-1700

Click here to see a draft of the MFP Sustainability Plan.

Comments can be made by:

  • Email to or
  • by letter to Bureau for Medical Services, Attn: MFP, 350 Capitol Street, Room 251, Charleston, WV 25301


West Virginia was awarded a Money Follows the Person (MFP) Rebalancing Demonstration Grant by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services in 2011. Currently, 45 states and the District of Columbia are participating in Money Follows the Person. The purpose of the MFP initiative is to support state Medicaid programs in providing people with long-term care needs a greater choice of where to live and receive needed services and supports.

Each state MFP initiative consists of two parts:  

  • A transition program to identify Medicaid members living in long-term care facilities who wish to live in the community and help them do so, and;
  • A rebalancing program through which states make system-wide changes that provide Medicaid members with long-term care needs the opportunity to live and receive services in their own homes and communities.

For more information about the Money Follows the Person initiative, please visit Money Follows The Person - CMS.

West Virginia’s Money Follows the Person initiative is called Take Me Home, West Virginia. The Program expects to transition approximately 600 individuals from facility-based living to their own homes and communities over the demonstration period. The Program targets Medicaid beneficiaries who: 

  • Are elderly (65 and older), or;
  • Have a physical disability, or;
  • Have a serious mental illness. 

For more information about Take Me Home, West Virginia call our office at (304) 356-4926 or toll-free at (855) 519-7557.

Referrals to Take Me Home West Virginia can be made by calling the statewide Aging & Disability
Resource Center (ADRC) toll-free number at 1(866)-987-2372, by contacting your local ADRC, or by completing and submitting the Take Me Home West Virginia Interest Form.  

Take Me Home West Virginia Brochure


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