Provider Information

The Provider Directory is a listing of individuals willing and able to perform the duties expected of a personal care assistant. It is available to participants of Connecticut Medicaid Waiver Programs who need to hire employees to work within their homes. The programs include Personal Care Assistance Medicaid Waiver Program (PCA), Connecticut Home Care Program for Elders (CHCPE), Acquired Brain Injury Medicaid Waiver Program (ABI) and Money Follows the Person Program (MFP).

Some services on the ABI Medicaid Waiver Program, such as Companion and Personal Care Assistance, require that you attend an approximately 2.5 hour Allied Community Resources (ACR) sponsored, free informational session on what a brain injury is and how it affects people. This is part of the application process and it is mandatory in order to be considered for these services. We have approximately 15 video trainings per month held in different areas of the state. Click here for the monthly schedule of  ABI Basic Informational Sessions.

Once you become an ABI approved provider you may attend various Advanced Forums throughout the year. Click here the for current schedule of  ABI Advanced Forums.

We are currently looking for individuals with the following qualities for our state-wide Provider Directory of Personal Care Assistants:

  • Good Communication Skills
  • Problem-Solving Skills
  • Organizational Skills
  • Flexibility
  • Great Personality
  • Desire to improve the quality of life for a person with disabilities
  • Experience working with disabled or elderly individuals a plus!

Being a personal care assistant is a challenging yet rewarding and respectable job. Depending on the participant’s needs, you may assist them with eating, meal preparation, dressing, bathing, personal hygiene, light housekeeping, laundry, and errands. Your job is to offer support with things that the patient can’t do on his/her own due to sickness, old age, mental or physical disability.

Since you will be working with people, good communication and social skills are needed. Most of all you need to be patient, committed, and you must have the desire to improve the quality of life for a person with disabilities. Although your job may be challenging in some cases, this is an extraordinary job for extraordinary people who have compassion and care in their hearts.

If you possess the above qualities, contact us for a DSS Directory Application
Phone: 860-627-9500 or Toll-free: 877-722-8833
Or Email:

Note: Allied Community Resources is not a staffing or employment agency. We cannot match providers to clients.