An intermediate care facility for persons with developmental disabilities (ICF/DD) is a licensed supervised living facility. These facilities provide services to people who have developmental disabilities or related conditions. There are ICFs/DD in 62 Minnesota counties. They serve from four to 64 persons.
Eligibility is determined through a screening process. To be eligible, a person must meet all these criteria:
An ICF/DD must provide a continuous active treatment program. The program must include outcome-based services that respond to needs specified in an individual service plan. Services must:
The first step in applying for these services is to have a county case manager conduct an assessment of the person's needs. For more information, contact your local county agency or tribe (PDF).