WAC 182-513-1319 State-funded programs for noncitizens who are not eligible for a federally funded program.

Effective February 20, 2017

  1. This section describes the state-funded programs available to a person who does not meet the citizenship and immigration status criteria under WAC 182-513-1316 for federally funded coverage.
  2. If a person meets the eligibility and incapacity criteria of the medical care services (MCS) program under WAC 182-508-0005, the person may receive nursing facility care or state-funded residential services in an alternate living facility (ALF).
  3. Noncitizens age nineteen or older may be eligible for the state-funded long-term care services program under WAC 182-507-0125. A person must be preapproved by the aging and long-term support administration (ALTSA) for this program due to enrollment limits.
  4. Noncitizens under age nineteen who meet citizenship and immigration status under WAC 182-503-0535 (2)(e) are eligible for:
    1. Nursing facility services if the person meets nursing facility level of care; or
    2. State-funded personal care services if functionally eligible based on a department assessment under chapter 388-106 or 388-845 WAC.

This is a reprint of the official rule as published by the Office of the Code Reviser. If there are previous versions of this rule, they can be found using the Legislative Search page.