Project AIDS Care (PAC)
The Project AIDS Care (PAC) waiver is a Medicaid program that provides home and community-based services to eligible recipients living at home. PAC waiver recipients must demonstrate a deterioration in functions that places them at risk of hospitalization or nursing facility admission were it not for the provision of waiver services.
Are You a Person Living With AIDS? Need Help?
The purpose of the PAC waiver program is to provide home and community-based services to recipients who, but for the provision of such services, would require hospitalization or nursing facility care. Services are intended to promote, maintain, and optimize health and to minimize the effects of illness and disability. Eligible recipients must be maintained safely and healthfully in the home setting. The authorization of all PAC services must contribute to this mission.
Services you may be eligible for:
- Case Management
- Home Health Aid/Personal Care
- Home-based Substance Abuse Treatment
- Skilled Care
- Health Assessments
- Registered Nurse Services
- Respiratory Therapy Services
- Respite Care
- Massage Therapy
- Consumable Meds
- Adaptive Equipment
- Education & Support
- Homemaker/Chore Services
- Home Modification
- Home Delivered Meals
- Special Personal Care (Foster Kids)
- Home Visits
Confidential Referrals to:
- Ryan/White Services
- HOPWA(Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS) Rental and Utility Assistance
- ADAP (Drug Assistance Program)
All services are offered in English, Spanish, French and Creole.
For more information, call: (772)462-3825, (772)462-3847, (772)462-3828