Request for Information Regarding: Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRCs)


~~“Indiana is working toward a No Wrong Door System (NWD System), in which Hoosiers of all ages and their caregivers, regardless of where they live in the State or who pays for their care, will be empowered to make informed decisions, to exercise control over their long term care needs, and to achieve their personal goals and preferences. A NWD System is a person centered, one-stop coordinated system that seamlessly connects individuals to the full range of long term care options, expanding access to services and supports in an unbiased manner.  Indiana’s NWD System is being built upon the following principles:
1. Hoosiers have access to high quality, comprehensive long term services and support information from a trusted network of ADRCs and key referral sources.
2. Indiana’s NWD System is person-centered. 3. NWD System consumers in Indiana experience streamlined access to needed services and benefits.
4. Older Hoosiers and individuals of all ages with disabilities are able to find and access the right services, in the right place, and at the right time, that are most appropriate to their individual strengths, needs, and preferences. 5. Indiana’s NWD system has strong leadership, whose mission and vision are person centered and all-payer focused, committed to ensuring a systematic, organized and high quality framework for improvement.”

State Policies & Initiatives: 
  • Other
  • Resource Leveraging
  • Indiana Department of Administration, Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA), Division of Aging (DA)
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