About MAC

MAC Centers are welcoming and accessible places where people can obtain information and assistance in locating long-term care services or applying for benefits. They provide a central source of reliable, objective, and unbiased information about a broad range of programs and services, and help people understand and evaluate the various options available to them. MAC Centers serve the elderly, disabled, those individuals' family members and representatives, or any person seeking assistance with long-term care. They provide Information & Referral to needed services and supports, Person Centered counseling, and screening for Medicaid waivers. All of this is available, regardless of an individual's financial ability, within a person's local MAC center, over the telephone, in a person's home, or at another convenient location upon request.

Southeast Mississippi Care Center

Southeast Mississippi Care Center’s mission is to help elderly, people with intellectual, developmental or physical disabilities and people with mental illness secure needed services or benefits; affording these individuals independence and quality of life.

The Mississippi Access to Care (MAC) program will enable individuals to navigate through Mississippi’s resource barriers in obtaining Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS). MAC will assist those individuals through a No Wrong Door System for guidance in making good choices for health care decisions.

The Southeast Mississippi Care Center services the following counties: Clarke, Covington, Forrest, George, Greene, Hancock, Harrison, Jackson, Jasper, Jefferson Davis, Jones, Kemper, Lamar, Lauderdale, Leake, Marion, Neshoba, Newton, Pearl River, Perry,Scott, Smith, Stone, and Wayne County.