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New Mexico

New Mexico Medicaid
NM Human Services Department
Medical Assistance Division
P.O. Box 2348
Santa Fe, NM 87504-2348
(888) 997-2583

Waiver(s)

Official Program Name: New Mexico SCHIP Waiver
State: New Mexico
Waiver Authority: 1115 SCHIP
Date Originally Approved: 01/11/1999
Implementation Date: 03/31/1999
Expiration Date: 12/31/2007
Summary: This demonstration permits New Mexico to implement its title XXI Medicaid expansion to cover children through age 18 in families with income from 185 percent up to 235 percent of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL). New Mexico operates its Title XXI State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) Medicaid expansion through this demonstration. This demonstration permits the state to implement co-payment requirements and a 6-month waiting period for the demonstration population.

Official Program Name: NM Behavioral Health Waiver
State: New Mexico
Waiver Authority: 1915(b)
Date Originally Approved: 6/24/05
Implementation Date: 7/1/15
Expiration Date: 6/30/07
Summary: Managed care program which provides comprehensive mental health and substance abuse services through collaboration and partnership with a single statewide contractor.

Official Program Name: NM - 0173.90.R2.01
State: New Mexico
Waiver Authority: 1915 (c)
Date Originally Approved: 2/24/1991
Implementation Date: N/A
Expiration Date: 6/30/2006
Summary: To provide case management, personal care, respite, habilitation (residential, day, day care, community membership, supported employ.,) environ mods., transportation, private duty nursing, adult residential care including supported living, assisted living, supervised living, home based supports, PT, OT, S/H/L services, and other services including nurtitional counseling, behavior therapy, adaptation consultant, children's support services to MR and MR/DD.

Official Program Name: New Mexico 1115 HIFA
State: New Mexico
Waiver Authority: 1115 HIFA
Date Originally Approved: 08/23/2002
Implementation Date: July 1, 2005
Expiration Date: June 30, 2010
Summary: The New Mexico HIFA demonstration will cover uninsured parents of Medicaid and SCHIP children, as well as childless adults, in a partnership with employers in the State. Those eligible for coverage will include uninsured parents of Medicaid and SCHIP children, who are themselves ineligible for Medicaid under the State current rules, with incomes up to 200 percent of the Federal poverty level ($36,200 for a family of four). Adults without dependent children, who are otherwise ineligible for Medicaid, will also be eligible with incomes up to 200 percent of FPL. The State will use unspent SCHIP funds to pay for the coverage expansion

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