An Intermediate Care Facility for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (“ICF-IID”) is a facility that serves four (4) or more persons with intellectual disability or persons with related conditions and provides health or rehabilitative services on a regular basis to individuals whose mental and physical conditions require services including room, board, and active treatment for their intellectual disability or related conditions.
Regulations and Code of Laws
- Regulation 61-13 Standards for Licensing Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities
- State Certification of Need and Health Facility Licensure Act, Section 44-7-110, et seq.
- Criminal Record Checks for Direct Care Staff, Section 44-7-2910, et seq.
- Bill of Rights for Residents of Long Term Care Facilities, Section 44-81-10, et seq.