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In-Home Programs

Select a Program Below:

Medicaid Community Care
Medicaid Waiver
Non-Emergency Transportation

Medicaid Personal Care

The Medicaid Personal Care Program includes hands-on, in-home services provided to those who are medically and financially eligible. A medical assessment is completed by a physician. Personal assets can be no greater that $2,000 and income can be no greater than $637.00 per month.

Services provided in Personal Care include assistance with:

  1. Personal Hygiene
  2. Dressing
  3. Feeding
  4. Nutrition
  5. Environmental Support (Light Housekeeping)
  6. Health Related Tasks

From more information, please call us at (304)-824-3448
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Medicaid Aged and Disabled Waiver

The Medicaid Aged and Disabled Waiver (ADW) Program provides in-home and community services to individuals 18 years of age and older who are medically and financially eligible. Medical eligibility is based on a functional assessment by a medical professional. (A Medical Necessity Evaluation Request must be completed by applicant and the applicant’s physician.) Financial eligibility is determined at the county Department of Health and Human Resources offices; assets cannot exceed $2,000 and income can be no more than $1,911 per month.

Services provided in the ADW include:

  1. Case Management – development of a service and support plan by a trained case management staff that reflects the wishes and preferences of the ADW member.
  2. Homemaker – long-term direct care and support services that are necessary in order to enable an individual to remain at home rather than enter a long-term care facility. View
  3. Transportation – an ADW member may be transported by the homemaker in order to gain access to services and activities in the community

The participants of this program are subject to the Estate Recovery Act. For more information, please call us at 304-824-3448
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What is the LIGHTHOUSE program?

It is a program which began in 2007 as a result of legislation introduced by Governor Joe Manchin III and passed by the 78th Legislature of West Virginia to expand senior services throughout the State. By receiving a variety of the supportive assistance through the program, seniors are able to remain in their communities and continue to live in the comfort of their homes.

What services are provided?

The LIGHTHOUSE Program provides support services in four areas:

  • Personal Care: Grooming, Bathing, Dressing and Toileting
  • Mobility: Transferring in/out of bed and walking.
  • Nutrition: Meal preparation, eating, grocery/pharmacy shopping.
  • Environment: Light housecleaning, making/changing bed and laundry.

Who is eligible for the LIGHTHOUSE services?

There are three criteria:

  1. 60+ years of age;
  2. Medically eligible based on a functional evaluation by our RN and
  3. Financially eligible, determined by a sliding fee schedule.

How Many hours of service can be provided and who provides them?

An individual can receive up to sixty (60) hours of LIGHTHOUSE services per month. Trained caregivers hired by Lincoln County Opportunity Company, Inc. provide the in-home care for the LIGHTHOUSE program.

Is there a fee for the LIGHTHOUSE services?

What is paid for services depends upon the eligible individual’s income; a fee is determined by a sliding fee schedule. If the individual falls below the income guidelines, no fee is charged. Donations are always welcome.
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FAIR (Faimily Alzheimer’s In – Home Respite)


What is FAIR?

It is a program designed to provide care for individuals with Alzheimer’s or a related dementia and give caregivers a needed break.

What services are provided?

A trained worker can go into a home for up to 16 hours per week to provide:

  1. A regular break for caregivers.
  2. Stimulation and socialization for persons with dementia.

What are the eligibility requirements for FAIR?

  1. The person receiving care must have diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia.
  2. There must be an unpaid caregiver.
  3. The care must be provided in West Virginia.

Is there a charge for FAIR services?

The fee for FAIR services depends upon the income of the person receiving care.

For more information, please call Lincoln County Opportunity Company, Inc. at 304-824-3448
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Non-Emergency Transportation

If you have a Medicaid Medical card, contact our office and we can assist you with all your Non-Emergency transportation needs. Our services includes picking you up at your home and taking you to the your doctor’s offices. Once you appointments is completed, we will return you to your home. Services are billed directly to Medicaid. You will not be responsible for any costs or co-payments.

Areas currently served include Lincoln County and Cabell County. In most cases, you must call our office at least 48 hours prior to your appointment date to schedule your ride.

For more information, please contact our offices at 304-824-3448
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