As part of the American Rescue Plan Act, Congress provided a temporary 10% increase in the federal matching on Medicaid home- and community-based services (HCBS). In order to claim this enhanced federal funding, states must develop a detailed spending plan for reinvesting these dollars to enhance, expand or strengthen HCBS in a manner that is sustainable after this enhanced funding ends.
Delaware’s ARP 9817 HCBS Spending Plan - Increased
FMAP Spending Plan
Delaware’s ARP 9817 HCBS Spending Plan Update to Home and Community-Based (HCBS) Stakeholders
Delaware’s ARP 9817 HCBS Spending Plan – CMS Approval
Delaware’s ARP 9817 HCBS Spending Plan and Quarterly Updates to CMS
To support development of this Medicaid HCBS spending plan, DMMA held open public listening sessions to solicit feedback. Please click on the link below to view the presentation.
DMMA Rescue Plan FMAP Stakeholder Session
Written Stakeholder Comments
Ability Network of Delaware
Chimes International Ltd.
National Association for Homecare and Hospice
The Caregiving Years Training Academy
KenCrest of Delaware
LeadingAge New Jersey & Delaware
State Council for Persons with Disabilities
Additional State Plans
California: California's Home and Community Based Services Spending Plan
Colorado: State Spending Plan for Implementing Section 9817 of ARPA
Massachusetts: Strengthening Home and Community Based Services and Behavioral Health Services Using American Rescue Plan (ARP) Funding
Maine: Maine DHHS Preliminary HCBS FMAP Plan June 9 2021.pdf
Pennsylvania: American Rescue Plan HCBS Public Comment
Virginia: Spending Plan for Implementation of American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, Section 9817
Washington: Washington State ARPA Plan