Hawaii

Hawaii serves most children through a managed care demonstration waiver program, but does have one 1915(c) HCBS waiver. The HCBS waiver waives parental income. For an overview of Hawaii Medicaid, see Quest Hawaii.

Hawaii Advocacy Organizations:

Programs in Hawaii

QUEST HAWAII - QUEST INTEGRATION
  • Target Population: Children and adults with all disabilities except developmental disabilities.
  • Ages: all ages
  • Levels of Care: Intermediate Care Facility, Nursing Facility, Hospital
  • Income Waiver: unknown
  • Waiver Type: 1115
  • Spots: NA
  • Expiration Date: 12/31/2018
  • Description from medicaid.govHawaii’s QUEST Integration program is a statewide section 1115 demonstration. The demonstration enables the state to operate QUEST, which provides Medicaid coverage for medical, dental, and behavioral health services through competitive managed care delivery systems. The QUEST program was designed to increase access to health care and control the rate of annual increases in health care expenditures. The demonstration also allowed the State to expand coverage beyond its Medicaid State plan. Through the demonstration, the state provides coverage to children and adults who are eligible under the Medicaid state plan as well as additional children and adults (including former adoption assistance children, certain parents, and certain individuals who receive home and community based (HCBS) services). All beneficiaries are eligible for state plan benefits (or, in the case of the Affordable Care Act childless adult group, approved benefits under the alternative benefit plan) as well as additional services based on medical necessity and clinical criteria (including HCBS), provided through an integrated managed care delivery system.
  • Online State Information: Quest Integration Program
  • How to Apply: Call the helpline at 1-866-928-1959.
  • Waiting List: none
  • Advocacy/Support Group: Let us know if there is one.
HCBS FOR PEOPLE W/DD
  • Target Population: Children and adults with developmental or intellectual disabilities.
  • Ages: all ages
  • Levels of Care: Intermediate Care Facility
  • Income Waiver: Yes, the waiver is based on the child's income only.
  • Waiver Type: 1915(c)
  • Spots: 2863
  • Expiration Date: 6/30/2021
  • Description from medicaid.govProvides adult day health, individual employment supports, prevocational services, residential habilitation, respite, assistive technology, chore, environmental accessibility adaptations, group employment supports, non-medical transportation, personal assistance/habilitation, PERS, skilled nursing, specialized medical equipment and supplies, training and consultation, vehicular mods, waiver emergency services for individual with ID/DD, ages 0 – no max age.
  • Online State Information: Developmental Disabilities Division and this brochure
  • How to Apply: Contact the Developmental Disabilities Division.
  • Waiting List: none
  • Advocacy/Support Group: Let us know if there is one.
OTHER PROGRAMS
  • Target Population: Children and adults with developmental or intellectual disabilities.
  • Ages: all ages
  • Levels of Care: Intermediate Care Facility
  • Income Waiver: Yes, the waiver is based on the child's income only.
  • Waiver Type: 1915(c)
  • Spots: 2863
  • Expiration Date: 6/30/2021
  • Description from medicaid.govProvides adult day health, individual employment supports, prevocational services, residential habilitation, respite, assistive technology, chore, environmental accessibility adaptations, group employment supports, non-medical transportation, personal assistance/habilitation, PERS, skilled nursing, specialized medical equipment and supplies, training and consultation, vehicular mods, waiver emergency services for individual with ID/DD, ages 0 – no max age.
  • Online State Information: Developmental Disabilities Division and this brochure
  • How to Apply: Contact the Developmental Disabilities Division.
  • Waiting List: none
  • Advocacy/Support Group: Let us know if there is one.