Community Alternatives Program for Children (CAP/C)
CAP/C Stakeholder Feedback
Please visit the CAP/C 1915(c) Waiver web page for opportunities to share feedback with Division of Medical Assistance staff through one-on-one meetings, listening sessions and CAP/C work group sessions.
CAP/C Stakeholder Engagement Plan
In order for DHHS to fully engage stakeholders as we develop a plan to address concerns with the CAP/C waiver, we will establish a working group that will consist of families, providers and other advocates to assist in the structure of our path forward. Our goal is to have the membership of the work group identified later this month with the first meeting scheduled within the first two weeks of July. There will be a limit to the size of the work group, but all meetings will be open to the public.
The Division of Medical Assistance plans to hold four to five listening sessions across North Carolina for families to engage with our staff regarding their specific concerns. We plan to post meeting dates by the end of June for sessions to be conducted in July, August and September.
Additionally, we will establish a specific time period during July and August for families and concerned individuals to meet one-on-one with DMA staff in order to privately address concerns in a different setting.
During this process, we will establish a regular communication strategy that will allow interested citizens to be engaged in the process through electronic communication. While our communication plan is being developed, interested citizens can check the website for updates.
Provider Manual for CAP/C Case Managers
Pediatric Training Presentation
Case Manager Information
Medical Assistance Clinical Section