Community Health Services
Community Alternatives Program for Disabled Adults
The Community Alternatives Program (CAP) is to help
Randolph County residents make an informed choice between in-home
care and institutional care. CAP is not a program that assumes
total home care, but assists the clients and their families
so that they may continue to live in their home and maintain
How CAP services work?
- A doctor must recommend that the client needs skilled or intermediate
institutional or nursing home care.
- A social worker and registered nurse make home visits
to determine needs.
- A plan of care is developed by a social worker, registered
nurse and the referring doctor in collaboration with the
- A CAP case manager arranges for services in the home
through client selection of local community service providers.
Services may include:
- CAP clients must meet Medicaid eligibility requirements. Contact your
local Department of Social Services for CAP-Medicaid eligibility
- CAP is intended for elderly and/or disabled Medicaid residents of Randolph
County who may be facing institutional or nursing home
placement at the skilled or intermediate care level. They must be in
need of medical attention and/or support services.
- Caregiver support must be sufficient to maintain
the client's health,
safety and well-being in the home.
CAP services available through Randolph Hospital
- CAP-Disabled Adults (CAP-DA) for elderly or disabled adults.
- CAP-Children (CAP-C) for disabled children 18 and
- CAP-AIDS for persons diagnosed with AIDS.
For more information about our CAP programs, please
call (336) 629-8896.
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