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Long Term Care provided for American Indians residing on tribal reservations is known as the Arizona Long Term Care System (ALTCS) Tribal Case Management Program.
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The Arizona Long Term Care System (ALTCS) Tribal Case Management Program provides acute care (general medical care services), behavioral health, long term care, and case management services. These services are offered to American Indian ALTCS members at risk of institutionalization (i.e. those who are elderly and/or have physical
disabilities) who reside on a tribal reservation.
Seven tribes have an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) with AHCCCS to provide case management services to their respective tribal members enrolled in ALTCS. The seven tribes and urban Indian health program commonly referred to as "tribal contractors" provide case management services for their enrolled ALTCS members. These tribal contractors are listed in the following table.
American Indian ALTCS members residing on reservations other than the seven tribes receive case management services through the
Native Health (phone: 602-279-5262).
The tribes served by the Native American Community Health Center include:
ALTCS provides services and settings for members who are elderly and/or have physical disabilities and/or have developmental disabilities.
AHCCCS Medical Policy Manual, Chapter 1200 - Arizona Long Term Care System Services and Settings for Members Who Are Elderly and/or Have Physical Disabilities and/or Have Developmental Disabilities [PDF]
Information about becoming an AHCCCS ALTCS Provider can be found in the
Provider Registration section of the Plans, Providers, Contractors, and Vendors portal.
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