Medi-Cal - CBAS Eligible
What is CBAS?
Community-Based Adult Services (CBAS) is a replacement program of Adult Day Health Care (ADHC) created by the settlement with the State of California on November 17, 2011 to stop elimination of ADHC which would begin on April 1, 2012.
The CBAS program will be substantially similar to ADHC services. Skilled nursing care, social services, therapies, personal care, family/caregiver support, meals and transportation will continue to be delivered at SteppingStone's four licensed ADHC facilities in San Francisco.
CBAS will be funded by Medicaid funds through an 1115 Medi-Cal Waiver. By July 1, 2012, all Medi-Cal qualified CBAS participants will be required to enroll in a Managed Care plan, i.e. San Francisco Health Plan or Anthem Blue Cross (for San Francisco residents) in order to receive CBAS services.
Eligibility and medical necessity criteria will be similar to that of ADHC, and may also include middle to severe cognitive impairment, developmental disabilities, or chronic mental illnesses.
Have more questions on CBAS? Click here.
Download CBAS eilgibility requirement.
Download referral form.
For more information on enrollment, contact Ray Yang, Intake Coordinator, at 415-974-6784.