Boston Allied Partners is a program from the Executive Office of Health and Human Services that services MassHealth members (not available for Medicare members) between ages 3 -64 who receive their primary medical care through an Accountable Care Organization (ACO). MassHealth selects potential program participants based on suitability for the program and utilization of home and community-based services.
Are you or a family member age 3 to 64 in need of help connecting to Care Services? We can Help!
Central Boston Elder Services is part of the Boston Allied Partners program, we can help you connect with the support services you need. Working together with you, your loved ones, and your community we will help you find the services required due to brain injury, cognitive problems, physical, intellectual, developmental or long term home and community-based needs.
Have Questions about the program or about your Eligibility?
If you think that you or a loved one may benefit from services such as:
- Adult Foster Care
- Certified trainers in advanced Health and Wellness and Disease Prevention programs
- Family caregiver support and respite services
- Housing Resources
- Personal Care Attendants
- Special programs offering care management
- Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) enrollment
- Transitions of Care services
- Durable Medical Equipment
- DDS, DSS, etc.
- Other needed resources
Or other helpful services in your community that you would like to connect with, ask your doctor about our program or contact us directly. Our LTSS Care Coordinators will help connect you these services.
Referrals are made to Boston Allied Partners and consumers get assigned to one of four organizations that comprise the Boston Allied Partners based on age and the area where the person resides. An individualized Plan of Care is developed and submitted to the Primary Care Provider for approval.