The purpose of the PAC waiver is to promote, maintain, and optimize the health of persons living with AIDS in order to delay or prevent hospitalization.  PAC waiver provides home and community-based services to Medicaid eligible persons with a documented diagnosis of AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) that choose to live at home and in the community.

Recipients of PAC waiver services must demonstrate health conditions, such as the presence of AIDS related infections, and limitations in functioning that cause them to be at risk of hospitalization or placement in a nursing facility, were it not for the provision of PAC waiver services.

PAC Case management assistance is also available in Spanish through bilingual staff.