Metro Care provides opportunities for people with disabilities and community businesses to enter a mutually beneficial partnership. The people we serve are capable, dependable and enthusiastic members of the workforce. Our philosophy is to support individuals only as much as they require and to teach them the skills necessary to obtain and maintain community employment. Our services promote the independence of the person served and work towards creating natural supports in the community employment setting. Contact us to find out more about our services.
Housing Assess Coordination:
Housing access coordination (HAC): A waiver service that helps people plan for, find and move to homes of their own that are not owned, leased or controlled by disability services providers. It is a pay-for-performance, person-centered service that pays for staff assistance based on the results achieved.
A person is eligible to receive housing access coordination if he or she is enrolled on one of following waivers
Brain Injury (BI)
Community Alternative Care (CAC)
Community Access for Disability Inclusion (CADI)
Developmental Disabilities (DD).
A person can use housing access coordination to move to his or her own home from any of the following settings
Family or corporate adult foster care homes
Institutions for Mental Diseases (IMD)
Intensive rehabilitation treatment and rule 36 settings
Intermediate care facilities for persons with developmental disabilities (ICF/DD)
Registered housing with services establishments
Housing access coordination is delivered in four stages Plan, Find, Move, Follow Up