Massachusetts has begun accepting new applications for its MFP Residential Supports waiver, in anticipation of new waiver capacity becoming available on April 1, 2018. Both the Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Residential Habilitation waiver and the MFP Community Living waiver have current openings, and are accepting new applications on a rolling basis. Learn more about these Medicaid-funded waiver programs, the home and community-based services they provide, and how to apply.
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