CAPABLE has been funded by the National Institutes of Health (ROl AG040100), the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services Innovation Center (1C1CMS330970-01), the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (69351). The Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation to expand the program to three cities in Michigan - Detroit, Flint, and Saginaw. The expansion is a part of Michigan Medicaid's pilot program to integrate CAPABLE into Michigan's Home and Community based services for older adults to help keep nursing home-eligible adults in the community. Proven CAPABLE's cost-effectiveness, Michigan Medicaid officials have pledged to fully integrate CAPABLE into the Michigan Medicaid waiver program (15,000 older adults). Johns Hopkins Accountable Care Organization, Trinity Life of Michigan, Colorado Visiting Nurse Association, Bath (ME) Housing Authority and The National Center for Healthy Housing have started patient programs with CAPABLE. CAPABLE has formed an alliance with AARP to test and expand the program.