Boone County Family Resources authorizes and purchases individually planned services and coordinates funding through the County Board, the Department of Mental Health, the Medicaid Home and Community Based Waiver and other resources.
From newborns to the elderly, individual plans vary greatly, but all are designed to connect persons to needed supports.
Each person is supported by a knowledgeable team which includes their Support Coordinator and others important to them, such as family members, teachers or therapists.
Support Coordinators assess the need for developmental disability-related services, make referrals, assist with eligibility and enrollment, coordinate services with other community agencies, and identify and authorize funding.
A Guide to the Individually Planned Services
Watch the video below about developing an Individual Plan at Boone County Family Resources.
Additional information about creating an Individual Plan is available in this document: Personal and Family Choices – PDF.
Another array of services is offered through the Medicaid waiver. Individuals may review the list of available services through the Medicaid Waiver or ask their Support Coordinators for more information about the waivers and services.
Boone County Family Resources Services
Services listed below and the eligibility criteria are described in our Service Catalog, which is revised and updated periodically. Where applicable, plan and service limits are established to distribute benefits and better meet the needs of the increasing number of persons we serve.