state resources

State Resources 

Medicaid waivers are special arrangements that allow a state to deliver home and community-based services (HCBS) to support a disabled person to function in their community. Autistic people are usually served under Medicaid waivers that are designed for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Only seven states had autism waivers as of 2022.

Click on a state in this map to find information about Medicaid waivers in that state. We link to resources from the state developmental disabilities (DD) website, information about the state’s autism waiver (if applicable), and information for families from the state’s Family-to-Family (F2F) Health Information Center and the state’s Family Voices organization.