Other Home-and Community-Based Services (HCBS)
Professional Care at Home to Help You Age in Place


OPTIONS for Community Living is a state-funded program for those that don't qualify for CHOICES.
The program was created to provide the elderly, as well as adults with disabilities, with home- and community-based service choices. OPTIONS is administered through the First Tennessee Area Agency on Aging
and Disability.

Consumers of OPTIONS services are adults with physical and/or cognitive disabilities (excluding individuals with intellectual disability). There is no income eligibility requirement for this program. However, there is a sliding fee scale based on income.

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WHAT IS THE OPTIONS PROGRAM?
OPTIONS for Community Living is a state-funded program. Title III-B is federally funded through the Older Americans Act. They both provide homemaker services, personal care and home-delivered meals. CLICK HERE to learn more.

WHAT SERVICES ARE INCLUDED IN THIS PROGRAM?
Services available through the HCBS programs include homemaker services, personal care, and home-delivered meals. CLICK HERE to learn more.

AM I ELIGIBLE?
The eligibility requirements for Options and Title III B are slightly different. CLICK HERE to learn more.

HOW DO I APPLY?
If you are interested in applying for services under Options or Title III B, contact the First Tennessee Area Agency on Aging and Disability (FTAAAD) at 1-866-836-6678 to see if you might be eligible. CLICK HERE to learn more.

WHAT IF I'M TURNED DOWN?
Whether you are ineligible due to financial criteria or your ability to care for yourself physically, read more to find out what to do if your situation changes, or if you think the determination was done in error. CLICK HERE to learn more.