What Programs Are Available To Assist Elderly Adults in New Mexico?

What Medicaid Waiver Programs are in New Mexico? New Mexico has several waivers & programs including:

  • Centennial Care 1115 Waiver
  • Coordinated Long Term Services;
  • Mi Via-ICF/MR (Self-Directed Waiver) ;
  • Mi Via NF (Self-Directed Waiver) ;
  • AIDS;
  • Developmental Disabilities Waiver (DD Waiver)
  • Medically Fragile

What programs assist older adults in New Mexico? The Centennial Care 1115 Waiver provides assistance to elderly adults in New Mexico.

What is the best number to call to get started? Contact the New Mexico ADRC Aging and Disability Resource Center at 1-800-432-2080 to learn more about programs that can assist seniors in New Mexico.

Is there a website? http://www.nmaging.state.nm.us/

Who Qualifies For Assistance?

Who qualifies for the New Mexico The Centennial Care 1115 Waiver? To qualify for Centennial Care services, an individual must meet both the healthcare and financial criteria required for institutional care but choose to remain in the community.

What Services Are Offered to New Mexico Seniors & What Are The Service Limitations?

What services does the New Mexico Centennial Care 1115 Waiver offer to Seniors? A full range of services including physical health, behavioral health and long term care and supports (home and community based services and institutional care) are covered. Also included is the Community Benefit which is a set of services that help keep people in their homes and communities. Some of these community benefits include: adult day health, respite care and personal care services.

How Do You Select A Provider?

The New Mexico Human Services Department oversees providers in the Centennial Care program.

Additional Information

In 2014, New Mexico replaced the state's waiver programs with a Medicaid managed care program called Centennial Care. Under Centennial Care, participants can still receive care services in their homes and communities as an alternative to nursing home care. Under Centennial Care, this is called the Community Benefit. The New Mexico CoLTS C Medicaid Waiver is no longer an option for New Mexico state residents.

NM Providers

New Mexico Providers


New Mexico Direct Caregivers Coalition

Serving New Mexico
The Coalition is made up of family and professional caregivers representing different regions of the state and the many occupations and areas within the field of direct care.

egis Care and Support (505) 995-0485
Serving New Mexico
Providing professional Care Management services to meet the challenges of aging since 1998