Intermediate care facilities

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An Intermediate Care Facility for Individuals with Intellectual Disability (ICF-IID) is a residential facility that is certified by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) to provide habilitative, therapeutic and specialized support services to persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. 
 
It is an optional Medicaid benefit that enables states to provide comprehensive and individualized health care and rehabilitation services to individuals to promote their functional status and independence.
 
Services and day program
 
Residential and day support services that include:
  • Active treatment (structured behavioral and intensive physical health management to establish optimal functioning).
  • Supportive services (help with activities of daily living, such as grooming, laundry, meals, assistance with medications).
 
Licensure and certification
 
Rules and regulations
CMS Resources    
 
  • Inspection and occurrence findings (search by city or county).
  • Facility directory (search by city or county).
  • Filing a complaint.
  • Current Program Approved Service Agencies (PASAs).
 
  • Inspection and occurrence findings (search by city or county).
  • Facility directory (search by city or county).
  • Filing a complaint.
  • Licensure and certification.