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Long-Term Services and Supports Technical Assistance Center

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The American Indian and Alaska Native Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS) Technical Assistance Center is supported by a partnership between CMS, the Indian Health Service, and the Administration on Aging, part of the Administration for Community Living.

Working together, these three agencies are providing technical assistance resources to help communities create effective LTSS systems for American Indian and Alaska Native elders, whether they live on reservations, in rural areas, or in urban areas.

The Technical Assistance Center is the home for all LTSS information for tribal audiences, so tribes, villages, tribal government officials, and health planners can find the information they need in one place.

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LTSS Forum

LTSS Webinars - Join the next webinar on April 23, 2014. These monthly online events share what's working in Indian Country for LTSS

Health Director's Corner Blog - Read the latest LTSS information for tribal health directors and planners

Social Media - Connect with CMS on Twitter

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Information for Elders

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Need help with a complaint about long-term care? Learn more >

Resource Library

Browse a library of LTSS information to learn about:

  • Care models
  • National resources
  • State Medicaid plans and waivers
  • Best practices
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Roadmap for Planning

The Roadmap for Planning is an online tool for step-by-step LTSS planning.

Start where your community is today, whether you have services now, or are planning them for the first time.

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