Catholic Social Services is the Administrative Agency responsible for operating PASSPORT in Champaign, Darke, Logan, Miami, Preble, and Shelby counties. In all other Ohio counties, PASSPORT is administered by the Area Agency on Aging. PASSPORT is provided at no cost to Medicaid-eligible individuals 60 years of age or older. Call us for a free assessment to determine your eligibility.
PASSPORT (Pre-Admission Screening System Providing Options and Resources Today) is a home-care Medicaid waiver program that provides long-term care services to assist people in maintaining their independence. Individuals at risk of nursing home placement can often remain in their own homes with the supportive services of the PASSPORT program. Licensed, professional PASSPORT staff members assess clients’ needs, make recommendations, and arrange for services which are provided in-home through contracted agencies.
PASSPORT services can include: personal care assistance, homemaking, home-delivered meals, emergency response systems, adult day care, home medical equipment, minor home modification, medical transportation, chore services, and social work counseling. An assessment at no cost can be completed for anyone interested in home care services regardless of program eligibility. Even if you do not think you would qualify for Medicaid, you may qualify for PASSPORT. Financial eligibility of interested participants for PASSPORT will be determined by the Ohio Department of Medicaid.
To find out more about PASSPORT, contact Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley in Sidney, Ohio, at 937-498-4593 or 1-833-289-0227 and request a free assessment.