Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities ICF/IID

Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ICF/IID) are part of the long-term care continuum that provides care for individuals with intellectual disabilities and/or related conditions. The services provided are based on each member’s needs, which vary according to age and level of intellectual disability and/or developmental disabilities. For a facility to participate in the program, it must meet federal and state standards in the areas of member protection, facility staffing, active treatment, member behavior, health care services, physical environment, and dietetic services. ICF/IID services in West Virginia are provided in small facilities throughout the state. Commonly, four to eight members reside in each ICF/IID.

For information about ICF/IID, please click here. 

To access Senate Bill 575, the law that established Transitional (ICF) beds for children and adults in West Virginia, please click here. 

Policy Manual for Chapter 511, Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities.​

​For more information, please contact Terry McGee, Program Manager for Long-Term Care Facilities,​ at 304-352-4241 or by email at terry.l.mcgeeii@wv.gov.


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