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Finally, a chance to breathe easy, with compassionate, quality care in Medicaid waiver services that meet the very highest standards.


It’s a tough job, being the decision-maker for a loved one who needs care.  So it’s good to have a proven assurance of quality.  Like Southern Healthcare’s Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission.  We were the first healthcare staffing agency in Mississippi to have earned Joint Commission Certification, and at the time we earned it we were only the 11th healthcare staffing agency in the nation to have earned the distinction.

You see, we believe in going above and beyond for our clients, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.   Our compassionate, dedicated professionals can make a big impact on the quality of life your loved one—and you—enjoy.  Let us lighten your load with the confidence and security of the finest quality Medicaid waiver services.


ID/DD (Intellectually Disabled/Developmentally Disabled) Waiver services:

  • Supported Living: Supported Living Services is provided to people who reside in their own residences (either owned or leased) for the purposes of increasing and enhancing independent living in the community. Supported Living Services is for people who need less than twenty-four (24) hour employee support per day.
  • Home and Community Supports: Home and Community Supports are for people who live in the family home and provide assistance with activities of daily living and instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs) such as bathing, toileting, transferring and mobility, meal preparation (but not the cost of the meals), assistance with eating and incidental household cleaning and laundry which are essential to the health, safety, and welfare of the person. Also includes outings in the community.
  • In-Home Respite: In-Home Respite provides temporary, periodic relief to those people normally providing care for the eligible person. In-Home Respite personnel provides all the necessary care the usual caregiver would provide during the same time period. Employees may accompany people on short community outings (1-2 hours), but this cannot comprise the entirety of the service.
  • In-Home Nursing Respite: In-Home Nursing Respite is provided by a registered or licensed practical nurse. He/she must provide nursing services in accordance with the MS Nursing Practice Act and other applicable laws and regulations.

Private Duty Nursing:

A service requiring the high-level skills of a registered nurse (RN) or licensed practical nurse (LPN) to provide curative, restorative, and preventative care. These services are rendered under the supervision of an RN and according to a plan of care and treatment created in consultation with the beneficiary’s care team and approved by the beneficiary’s physician.

We are pleased to support The Mississippi Department of Mental Health and the Mississippi Peer Support Specialist Network in promoting their Think Recovery campaign...

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