ADvantage Case Management

ADvantage Program

Through EODD, ADvantage Case Management Services are available to serve those persons participating in the ADvantage program.

The ADvantage Program provides an opportunity for frail elders and adults with physical disabilities to stay at home instead of residing in a nursing home. Persons served through this program can receive the services they need in their own home or in a family member’s home.

Administered by the Department of Human Services, Aging Services Division, the program is funded through a partnership between the federal and state governments via a waiver to the Medicaid Program.

The goal of the ADvantage Program is to offer a choice to those who would otherwise have to receive services in a nursing home. It is an appropriate service for individuals whose needs can best be met at home, but it does not replace nursing home care in all cases. It does not replace the care the family and friends provide in the home.

dhs_oklahoma_new_logoEligibility Requirements

Eligibility for the ADvantage Program is determined by the Oklahoma Department of Human Services. For more information or to make a referral, contact Tonya Williams of EODD at (918) 682-7891, (918) 913-9588 or contact your county DHS office.

  • Be age 65 years or older who is frail
  • Be 21 years or older if physically disabled
  • Be financially eligible for the Medicaid Program
  • Need the level of services provided in a nursing home
  • Requires services that cost Medicaid less than a nursing home would

EODD ADvantage Case Managers

Tonya Williams, Case Manager Supervisor twilliams@eoddok.org (918) 682-7891 or cell (918)913-9588
Kimberly McCollough, Case Manager, kmccollough@eoddok.org
Angel Harding, Case Manager, aharding@eoddok.org