(From WV DHHR, Bureau for Medical Services:)
An Amendment to The West Virginia Intellectual/Developmental Disability Waiver (IDDW) application has been posted on the Bureau for Medical Services’ website for a 30-day public comment at:
Please note this link will be not be active until September 16, 2020.
You may submit public comments from September 16, 2020 until October 15, 2020 at 5:00 pm.
Comments may be submitted by:
WV DHHR’s Bureau for Medical Services’
Home and Community-Based Unit
350 Capitol Street, Room 251
Charleston, WV 25301
If you do not have access to the internet or need accessible formats of the draft application, please call:
Want to have input into how the WV IDD Home and Community Based Waiver Services look for the next five years? Here’s your chance!
Flyer for Public Comment >>
IDD Waiver DRAFT 07.01.2020 >>
Kepro | BMS
From our family and friends at Open Doors, to you and yours –
We wish you Happy Holidays and all the very best in the New Year!
Continue reading “Happy Holidays 2018”
A program of the West Virginia State Treasurer’s Office:
Friday, February 9, 2018 at 10 a.m.
Lower Rotunda, State Capitol
West Virginians with disabilities can now save without losing benefits thanks to the new WVABLE program.
Earnings on savings are tax-deferred and tax-free when used to pay for qualified expenses.
Financial Benefits Not Affected
Balances and distributions do not affect healthcare benefits.
The STABLE Card
Receive your own STABLE Card that can be used to spend money on qualified expenses.
The House plans to vote on its fiscal year 2018 Budget Resolution on Wednesday, October 4.
Please review the summary of the House Budget Resolution, which includes plans to “reform” Medicaid, cut spending, and enact tax reform.
Passage of the House resolution (H.Con.Res.71) would set up a conference with the Senate on its budget blueprint. The House and Senate could quickly adopt a joint budget resolution to pave the way for legislation that can be passed by a simple majority (51) vote in the Senate.
Please contact your representatives today and tell them you OPPOSE the House Budget Resolution.
Shelly Moore Capito – 202.224.6472
Joe Manchin – 202.224.3954
Today, July 21st, is a National Call-In Day to #ProtectOurCare.
From our friends over at West Virginians for Affordable Health Care:
The Senate’s quest to repeal health care for millions of Americans and make disastrous cuts to Medicaid is not over. Senators and administration officials met last night to continue negotiations on their harmful bill.
Senate Majority Leader McConnell aims to vote on the “Motion to Proceed” to move forward with health care repeal as soon as Monday.
Please urge your networks to contact their senators and tell them to oppose any attempts to rip health coverage away from millions and to undermine the Medicaid program.
The Senate’s efforts to repeal health care will destroy Medicaid for our country’s most vulnerable people and strip coverage from millions. These harmful proposals cannot be fixed with added sweeteners, try as Senate Republican leaders might.
Tell your senators to VOTE NO on the motion to proceed and to reject any effort to repeal the health law.
Please share this alert with your networks. Together we can save health care!
Thank you for your work,
Director of Campaign Strategy, WVAHC