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Consumer Directed Attendant Support Services (CDASS), Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing

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Who We Serve

  • The elderly
  • Adults with Disabilities
  • Adults with Mental/Behavioral Needs
  • Adults with Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Adults with Brain Injuries

 


CDASS is a service-delivery option, through the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing, that allows home and community-based services (HCBS) waiver participants to direct their care and attendant services. CDASS is available to participants in the Brain Injury (BI) waiver, Community Mental Health Supports (CMHS) waiver, Elderly, Blind and Disabled (EBD) waiver, and Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) waiver.

Participants Can:

  • Hire, supervise, train, schedule and dismiss attendants.
  • Determine the required credentials for their attendants.
  • Determine their employee's pay rate within federal and state limits
  • Use the BetterOnline™ web portal to submit and review timesheets
  • Monitor their spending and budgets whenever they want using BetterOnline

News & Announcements



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BetterOnline™ Web Portal Login

BetterOnline provides account-specific information, enrollment paperwork, timesheets, and real-time financial and service utilization reports to make sure you can be in control of your information 24/7


Need to Verify your Employment or Income?

Click here for instructions for Verification of Employment (VOE) or Verification of Income (VOI)!


Information for new CDASS clients


Contact Your Customer Service Team

Our professional Customer Service Representatives are available Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm MT to assist you.

Our Over-the-Phone Enrollment team is available Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm and Saturday 6am – 11am to enroll new employees

1-888-752-8250

ppcdass@pcgus.com


For Work Related Injuries:

For reporting any WORK RELATED INJURY please call 1-800-804-9382.

NOTE: If you live in states North Dakota, Ohio, Washington and Wyoming they are considered Monopolistic States and these are states you will need to file your WORK RELATED INJURY claims with the state.

You can visit these websites to report your claims in these Monopolistic States:

North Dakota Workforce Safety and Insurance (WSI)

Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation (BWC)

Washington State Department of Labor and Industries (L&I)

Wyoming Department of Workforce Services (DWS)


News & Announcements


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Participant Blog


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Find the links below to the forms that you need.

Can't find the forms you're looking for? You are always welcome to call our customer service team.

BetterOnline™ Web Portal Login

BetterOnline provides account-specific information, enrollment paperwork, timesheets, and real-time financial and service utilization reports to make sure you can be in control of your information 24/7


Need to Verify your Employment or Income?

Click here for instructions for Verification of Employment (VOE) or Verification of Income (VOI)!


Information for new CDASS clients


Contact Your Customer Service Team

1-888-752-8250

ppcdass@pcgus.com


For Work Related Injuries:

For reporting any WORK RELATED INJURY please call 1-800-804-9382.

NOTE: If you live in states North Dakota, Ohio, Washington and Wyoming they are considered Monopolistic States and these are states you will need to file your WORK RELATED INJURY claims with the state.

You can visit these websites to report your claims in these Monopolistic States:

North Dakota Workforce Safety and Insurance (WSI)

Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation (BWC)

Washington State Department of Labor and Industries (L&I)

Wyoming Department of Workforce Services (DWS)


News & Announcements


Read More


Participant Blog


Social Media