The Supportive Living Facilities (SLF) Waiver

The Supportive Living Facilities (SLF) Waiver is for individuals that need assistance with the activities of daily living and reside in a supportive living facility. It is also known as the Supportive Living Program Waiver.

What’s Covered

  • Supportive Living Service

Supportive Living Service (Also known as Assisted Living Service)

An assisted living facility is a housing option that provides members with many support services to meet the member’s needs to help keep the member as independent as possible. Examples of support services to meet those needs include: housekeeping, personal care, medication oversight, shopping and social programs. Supportive Living does not offer complex medical services or supports.

HealthChoice Illinois Member Handbook

It tells you more about the long term services and supports (LTSS) available under the HealthChoice Illinois program. Read more.

Who do I contact for more information?

Please call Member Services at (855) 687-7861 if you have questions.