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Developmental Disabilities Services

Developmental Disabilities Services

Two types of housing provide long term homes for adults with Intellectual/Developmental disabilities.

Individualized Residential Alternative (IRA)

Small residences (3 to 5 individuals) scattered throughout the community which provide staff support in residential habilitation designed to encourage skill development, community integration and independence of children and adults.

  • Support Services Provided:

Self administration of medication, socialization, communication, functional skills, self advocacy, behavior skills, community integration, motor skills, skill development for vocational or educational activities, recreation/leisure activities.

  • Eligibility:

Diagnosis of a developmental disability prior to age twenty-two, able to evacuate a residence.

  • Payment:

Medicaid and/or SSI, SSD, Private pay

Intermediate Care Facility (ICF)

A 24 hour staffed residence for adults with moderate to profound disabilities. It provides continuous active treatment to improve individual skills in activities of daily living.

  • Support Services Provided:

Nursing, nutrition, recreation, self care, training and habilitation, transportation, dental, medical, psychology and social services.

  • Eligibility:

A diagnosis of a developmental disability and health care or other habilitative needs which is evidenced by a severe deficit in at least one area of adaptive behavior.

  • Payment:

Medicaid and/or SSI, SSD, Private pay

Medicaid Service Coordination (MSC)

Effective July 1st, 2018, Medicaid Service Coordination transitioned to Health Home Care Management. Catholic Charities aligned with Prime Care Coordination, a designated Care Coordination Organization in our region,  to provide the best possible service. If you are interested in this service, contact Prime Care Coordination at 1-844-347-3168.