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Serving individuals who do not live full time in your state

We have a consumer who is a resident of another state but lives in our state ½ of the year and the other state the other half. She has an ID from the other state and a home in both states. Which state should serve her?

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Kay McGill's picture

GA will serve seniors living in TN, SC, FL and AL as long as they can get to the GA provider for services. There are towns on the state border. As this is a federal program, we do this. In any given year, we have a few folks who do live in the other states, but go back and forth across state lines.