OADS accepts applications on an ongoing basis for entities wishing to provide conflict free Case Management services. (441.301(c)(1)(vi).
How to Become a Case Management Provider
Entities wishing to provide Case Management services must be certified pursuant to the Certification Requirements for Agencies Seeking to Provide Community Based Targeted Case Management for Adults with I/DD and Autism (14-197 CMR ch.10). Certification is the process whereby an applicant entity is determined to be qualified to provide case management services to adults with I/DD and Autism under the provisions of the MaineCare Manual (10-144 CMR 101), Chapter II, Section 13, Targeted Case Management.
How to Apply
Any prospective entity (individual, business, or organization) wishing to provide Case Management services must complete and submit an Application for Certification (Word).
Step 1: Download the Application or contact OADS to obtain a copy.
Step 2: Submit the completed application along with the Certification Review Submission Requirements (Word) electronically to Kristen.Fortier@Maine.Gov or mail to:
Office of Aging and Disability Services (OADS)
Case Management Manager
41 Anthony Ave.
Augusta, Maine 04333
- OADS will send acknowledgement of receipt of the application.
- The application will be reviewed for programmatic and fiscal requirements.
- During the review process, the applicant may be asked to provide additional documentation.
If you are a prospective Case Management provider and have questions, you may contact OADS at (800) 262-2232.