Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ICF-IID)

Eligibility

To be eligible for Medicaid-funded ICF-IID, an individual must meet the following criteria:
  1. Have active treatment needs as defined by 42 CFR §483.440;
  2. Be determined program eligible by your local CDDO;
  3. Meet the level of care eligibility score;
  4. Be financially eligible for Medicaid.

Enrollment

To apply for admission to an ICF-IID contact your local Community Developmental Disability Organization (CDDO). KDADS, the MCO and the CDDO work together to determine eligibility for admission to an ICF/IID. To locate your local CDDO please view the CDDO Map or refer to the entry points by county section of the HCBS Access Guide.

ICF-IID Policies and Forms

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ICF-IID Gatekeeping PolicyPDF176.10 KB14 Apr, 2021 Download
Standardized ICF-IID Gatekeeping ApplicationDOCX73.29 KB14 Apr, 2021 Download
Standardized ICF-IID Transition RequestDOCX67.12 KB14 Apr, 2021 Download

Additional Information

For additional information or assistance you may follow the provided link to contact the KanCare Ombudsman.

For a listing of private ICFs search the Adult Care Home Directory and Inspection Reports database.

For more information on public ICFs, visit these state hospital pages:

Kansas Neurological Institute

Parsons State Hospital and Training Center

Contact Information

Program Manager:
Vacant

Phone:
785-296-0787

Email:

Fax:
785-296-0256

Mail:
Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services
Attention: Home and Community Based Services
503 S. Kansas Ave.
Topeka, KS 66603-3404

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