Inclusa, Inc., a nonprofit organization that provides community-centered support for people needing long-term care services, is now an available choice to serve residents of Brown, Door, Kewaunee, Marinette, Menominee, Oconto and Shawano counties.
Inclusa is one of several managed care organizations that offers Family Care, a state Medicaid-funded long-term care program designed to help frail elders and adults with disabilities connect to the supports and services they need to thrive in the communities they call home. The organization currently serves approximately 15,000 Wisconsinites in 62 counties.
“Inclusa may be new to this area, but we are not new to long-term care,” said Mark Hilliker, chief executive officer of Inclusa. “We look forward to taking our 20 years of trusted experience and pairing it with the established knowledge of local partners and providers to deliver exceptional care to this area.”
Family Care and IRIS, a self-directed program, serve more than 4,400 people in the region.
“A member of Inclusa recently shared: Inclusa’s purpose is to make individuals feel that they’re not alone, that they have some choice in their care,” said Hilliker. “We are thrilled to offer a new choice for long-term care support needs in northeastern Wisconsin.”
Visit local Aging and Disability Resource Centers for more information about Family Care and eligibility. For more information about Inclusa, visit inclusa.org.
Inclusa is a Wisconsin-based nonprofit organization that provides person-centered and community-focused long-term care services and supports. With a special emphasis on supporting Life. Defined by you, their program helps members live independently in the communities they call home. It works under a contract with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services and with local providers to help eligible elders and adults with disabilities connect with community resources needed to live independently and actively participate in everyday life.