FACILITIES SERVING PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (also known as Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities - ICF/IID): a residential facility with a capacity of 4 or more individuals that –
- Is primarily for the diagnosis, treatment, or rehabilitation of the intellectually disabled or persons with related conditions; and
- Provides active treatment, ongoing evaluation, planning, 24-hour supervision, coordination, and integration of health or rehabilitative services to help each individual function at his/her greatest ability.
Consumer Guide to Health Care for FDD information including provider directories.
For questions regarding FDDs, email the Division of Quality Assurance.