Adult disability services are available through the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services and other providers across the state of Nebraska. For more information, see Along the Way, a guide for adults. In addition, see the following resources below.
Provides an overview of programs available to help individuals and families pay for medical services and supplies. (Please note that when an individual reaches the age of majority, age 19 in Nebraska, they often become eligible for Medicaid because their parents’ income is no longer figured into eligibility).
Provides an overview of state programs available to help individuals and families with low incomes pay for basic needs such as food, housing and utilities. It can also assist with disability-related expenses.
Provides information about Nebraska’s home and community-based Medicaid waivers, residential services and lists developmental disability provider agencies located across the state.