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N.D. agency receives $8.9 million grant

The federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has awarded the North Dakota Department of Human Services an $8.9 million grant over the next five years to help move eligible individuals from institutions to community settings.

The federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has awarded the North Dakota Department of Human Services an $8.9 million grant over the next five years to help move eligible individuals from institutions to community settings.

The grant, called "Money Follows the Person," is expected to help about 110 Medicaid clients move from either nursing homes or facilities serving individuals with developmental disabilities into other appropriate settings.

Participation will be voluntary.

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