Take Me Home Transition Program Overview PowerPoint
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Money Follows the Person (MFP) Rebalancing Initiative Overview
West Virginia was awarded a Money Follows the Person MFP grant by the Centers for the Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) in 2011. West Virginia's MFP program is called Take Me Home (TMH), West Virginia.
Currently, 33 states and the District of Columbia are participating in the MFP demonstration. The purpose of MFP 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.
Contact Us for More Information:
Toll Free Number: 1-855-519-7557
Take Me Home, West Virginia
Bureau for Medical Services
350 Capitol St., Room 251
Charleston, WV 25301-3702
Brian Holstine LSW, Director
Nicole Lightner, Outreach Coordinator
Nia Jackson, Housing Coordinator
Brittany Thomas, Waiver Eligibility Administrator
Amanda Duckworth, Administrative Assistant
Sara Martin, Transition Manager
Sabrina K. Harper, Finance Data Analyst
Mandy Filippelli, Data & Quality Analyst
Referrals to Take Me Home (TMH) Transition Program can be made by calling the statewide Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) toll-free number at 1(866)-981-2372 or by contacting the TMH Main Office at (855)-519-7557 or (304) 352-4281.
Take Me Home Transition Program Brochure
This website is supported by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of a financial
assistance award beginning in 2011 and totaling $19,382,431 with 92.4 percentage funded by CMS/HHS and $1,601,336 amount and 7.6 funded by the State of West Virginia. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the officials view of, nor an endorsement, by the CMS/HHS, or the U.S. government.