Are you or a loved one living in the community and need assistance to remain there? The Affordable Care Act created an optional State Plan service which will allow eligible individuals to access Personal Attendant Care (PCA) and other services and supports through self-direction.
Options for filing a complaint with the Connecticut Insurance Department (CID). Filing a complaint with CID doesn't include support for Husky Health or health insurance that is regulated by the federal government.
Appeal health insurance denials of coverage or reimbursement for services through an independent review process. Filing an appeal with CID doesn't include support for Husky Health or health insurance that is regulated by the federal government.
Money Follows the Person is a Federal demonstration project dedicated to assuring Connecticut residents access to a full range of high quality, long-term care options that maximize autonomy, choice and dignity.
The Office of the Healthcare Advocate can assist Connecticut residents with their healthcare coverage. Find information about enrollment into healthcare coverage, understanding the referral or pre-authorization process or assistance with the appeal/grievance procedures here.