Florida Medicaid’s Covered Services and HCBS Waivers
Targeted Case Management for Children at Risk of Abuse and Neglect
Medicaid targeted case management for children at risk of abuse and neglect services provide case management to recipients whose parent(s):
- Is unable to meet their basic needs
- Has inadequate income or housing
- Is socially isolated or has limited natural support
- Is a past or current victim of domestic violence
- Has a history of mental illness requiring treatment or hospitalization or some degree of mental concern
- Used harmful substance upon knowledge of pregnancy
- Received little to no prenatal care, or is the subject of a report of abuse and neglect made to the Department of Children and Families that did not result in a court order into foster care, shelter care, or protective supervision.
The service assists recipients with gaining access to medical, social, educational, and other services as required.
This service is not one of the minimum covered services for all health plans serving Medicaid enrollees.
All Medicaid recipients 18 years of age or younger may receive medically necessary targeted case management services for children at risk of abuse and neglect in accordance with coverage and limitations requirements.
The Florida Medicaid coverage policies, fee schedules, and Rule are available on the Agency Website.