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Corona Virus 19 Information for Frontier Community Services Employees
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Frontier Community Services is dedicated to helping people stay in their home and to remain active in their community. Originally founded by a group of parents who wanted more for their children with disabilities than sitting at home in front of the TV, Frontier Community Services has developed programs for infants and toddlers, for adults and for seniors. We provide a full array of services throughout a person's life span. We believe that people with disabilities can and should be valued members of their communityand we strive to make this a reality for every individual we serve.

If you or someone you love is experiencing a disabling condition, Frontier Community Services is here to help. We have been serving people with disabilities in the Central Kenai Peninsula for thirty years and in Valdez for the past ten years....

Frontier Community Services
Bills All Services at the Published Alaska Medicaid Rates

Medicaid rates for Behavioral Health Services can be found by going to
and clicking Services and Rates (Effective July 1, 2020).

Medicaid Rates for Behavioral Health Rehabilitative Services under the
1115 Medicaid Waiver for Behavioral Health can be found by going to
Scroll down to Quick Reference Documents and click on
Chart of 1115 Medicaid Waiver Services – October 4, 2020.

FY19 Shared Vision Developmental
Disabilities Final Report

Fab Four to Lead Monthly Advocate Discussion

Advocate Empower Hour is a new Shared Vision event. The goal is to create an opportunity for people with disabilities to connect for support and mentoring around real-life challenges to leading a person-directed life.

Shared Vision leaders Corey Gilmore, Maggie Winston, Ric Nelson and Travis Noah will take turns facilitating the calls which will focus on a particular area each month. "The goal is to provide a safe place where we can talk about various issues confronting end users and bring possible solutions. We want people to know it's a safe space - what they share won't go any further," says Corey.

October's theme is "The Meaning Behind Meaningful Relationships." Corey will be facilitating this first conversation and plans to focus the conversation on how to meet people and how to deepen the relationship - whether with a good friend or more intimately with a life partner.

The Empower Hour calls are scheduled for the second Thursday of each month, from 6:30-7:30 p.m. on Zoom. Click this link to participate: https://zoom.us/j/381902553

What: Monthly Zoom Call for Advocates**
When: Second Thursday 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Phone: +1 669 900 6833
Meeting ID: 381 902 553
For instructions on using Zoom, click here

If you're feeling overwhelmed and don't know where to turn for help and hope, Frontier Community Services is here for you.
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