Community Alternatives Program (CAP)

Did you know that North Carolina participates in the Community Alternatives Program (CAP) programs?  These programs are Medicaid home- and community-based services waivers granted by the Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA).

The CAP programs allow North Carolina to use Medicaid funds to provide home- and community-based services to Medicaid recipients who require institutional care (placement in a nursing facility), but for whom care can be provided cost-effectively and safely in the community with CAP services. CAP participants must meet all Medicaid eligibility requirements and to participate in the CAP program, individuals must apply for Medicaid first.

North Carolina has CAP waivers to provide services to a limited number of persons in specific groups within the state:
  • CAP for children (CAP/C)
  • CAP for disabled adults (CAP/DA)
  • CAP for the Mentally Retarded/Developmentally Disabled (CAP/MR-DD)

Ilderton Conversion Company customers, the Filmore Family used their CAP funds to help purchase a 2016 Chrysler Town & Country Touring with BraunAbility Entervan XT. 

We are happy to assist our CAP customers with getting vehicles they currently own converted.  CAP participants can also purchase newly converted vehicles from our stock!  Our High Point and Charlotte Mobility Sales Consultants are very knowledgeable about the CAP process and are happy to speak to you about getting wheelchair accessible vehicle with your CAP funds.  Call us today!

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