Ohio’s HOME Choice program transitions eligible Ohioans from institutional settings to home and community-based settings, where they receive services and supports at home and in their communities.
Established in 2008 with the goal of transitioning 2,000 Ohioans, the program has become a national leader in moving people back home. HOME Choice currently ranks first nationally in transitioning individuals with mental illness into home-based settings, and second in overall transitions completed. As of September, 2018, more than 12,500 people have enjoyed a new found independence through HOME Choice, Ohio’s iteration of the federal Money Follows the Person (MFP) program. Enrollment onto the federal MFP grant program ends December 31, 2018, however, Ohio will offer the same services and supports through the State funded Beyond the Grant program during the first six months of 2019.Who is eligible to participate?
To participate in HOME Choice, you must:
Service with support
Home Choice is not a waiver program. Please use this link to find the most updated information.