UTAH MEDICAID AUTISM WAIVER PROGRAM
The Utah Department of Health is pleased to announce the open enrollment dates for the Medicaid Autism Waiver Program. The
Department will be accepting applications to fill 35 openings. From June 17, 2013 to July 12, 2013, interested families can
apply online at Utah Medicaid Autism Waiver Program
or by mail or fax.
Children currently enrolled in traditional Medicaid will not be automatically eligible for the program and will need to apply.
Children currently participating in the Medicaid Autism Waiver Program, will not need to reapply.
UPCOMING UTAH PARENT CENTER WORKSHOPS
The Utah Parent Center provides workshops, conferences and presentations addressing a number of topics important to families
of individuals with disabilities. For more details: Utah Parent Center Upcoming Events
Professionals can attend but priority is given to parents/familes.
THE HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAT)
Now accepting new applications for the program starting November 1, 2012.
The Home Energy Assistance Program (H.E.A.T.) is open to ALL eligible low income families and individuals. This program provides
a winter utility assistance to low-income households, targeting those who are truly vulnerable - the lowest-income households
with the highest hearing costs, the disabled, elderly, and families with preschool-age children. HEAT is not a welfare program.
A family does not need to be receiving welfare in order to qualify for this program. It is a Federal Funding Energy Assistance
If qualified, HEAT accepts applications ONE TIME during the period of November 1, 2012 through end of April 2013 or when funds
Click “applications forms” and you will see a chart showing HEAT, HELP, and UTAP. Click “HEAT applications/mailing instructions.”
Follow the instructions on this instruction page and submit application.
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