Frequently Asked Adult Program Questions

What is the admissions process?

This service is funded by the Medicaid Waiver. Contact your Supports Coordinator to arrange for a referral to our program. Simply request a tour. Once we have met with you and received the required referral information, we will schedule a trial visit and then make a decision. If you need assistance with this we can help. For more information, contact Bill Payne, Adult Program Director, at 404-377-3836, b.payne@frazercenter.org.

How long does the process take?

Each situation is different but typically three to four weeks.

How do adult participants pay for the Adult Program at the Frazer Center?

Most participants use their Medicaid Waiver to pay for services. We may have a limited number of private-pay opportunities available. To inquire about private pay, contact Bill Payne, Adult Program Director, at 404-377-383, b.payne@frazercenter.org.

How do I apply for a Medicaid Waiver?

Contact the Region 3 Office of Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) at 404-244-5050.

What are the hours for the Adult Program?

Our doors open at 8:30 a.m. and participants may stay as late as 3:30 p.m. Program activities take place between 9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. 

How are adult participants transported to and from the Adult Program at the Frazer Center?

There are several transportation options:

Do adult participants choose their daily activities?

Yes! Adult participants may choose to participate in any of the daily / weekly activities offered.

What are the lunch options?

Frazer Center does not provide meals. Participants can bring their own lunch and use the Center’s refrigerators and microwaves.

What kind of supports does the Adult Program provide?

Our staff provides assistance with meals and eating, toilet assistance, and reminders to take self-administered medications. 

What if I have a question that is not addressed here?

Contact Bill Payne, Director of Adult Programs, at b.payne@frazercenter.org and we will be happy to provide additional information you may require.