You can appeal any CFC decision that tells you that:
- you are not able to get Choices for Care services
- your Choices for Care services will stop
- the amount of Choices for Care coverage you get will be less than it has been or is less than you requested
You can also appeal if it takes too long to get a decision.
You must be given a written notice of the CFC decision. The notice must give you information on how to appeal.
If you already receive CFC, your coverage may continue while your case is being reviewed. But, you must be sure to appeal before the date your notice says coverage will stop or be lowered, and specifically request that your current benefits be continued.
Note: The Choices for Care pages provide a general description of a very complicated program. The information is current as of May 2014, but may change at any time.