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Home Help

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  • Important update for Individual Providers: Click here for information and resources regarding the recent Electronic Service Verification (ESV) payment process changes.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

Learn about our responses to Coronavirus and find the latest program guidance. www.Michigan.gov/Coronavirus >> Resources >> For Health Professionals

  • Michigan's stay at home order has been lifted, learn about each phase of the MI Safe Start Plan
  • Click here for COVID-19 response MSA policy bulletins and L Letters specific to Home Help providers.

The Home Help program is administered by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and provides personal care services to individuals who need hands-on assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and assistance with Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs).  MDHHS is responsible for approving Home Help providers for participation in the program.  

If you are a Medicaid Beneficiary interested in the Home Help program, please visit www.Michigan.gov/AdultServices for additional information.

 

Topics

Agency Providers

An agency provider is defined by MDHHS as an organization or an employer of two or more individual providers.

Individual Providers

An individual provider is defined by MDHHS as the direct care worker. The individual provider provides personal care services to an MDHHS Home Help beneficiary.

 

Tools and Resources

Useful tools and resources for all Home Help providers.