Residential Services

ICF/ID (Intermediate Care Facility/Intellectual Disabilities)

The individuals served in the ICF/ID program all have a primary diagnosis of intellectual disabilities, and may require a high level of support. Beyond that, the individuals have a variety of secondary diagnoses including autism, cerebral palsy, communication deficit, behavioral disorders, as well as a wide variety of medical diagnoses. Several of the individuals require the use of a wheelchair for mobility and positioning. Many of the individuals served in the ICF/ID program are non-verbal.

HCBS (Home & Community-Based Services) + Habilitation and other Residential Services

DAC, Inc.’s HCBS (Home and Community Based Services) and Habilitation programs currently serve approximately 220 adults and children. To qualify for these programs, individuals must have a diagnosed brain injury, intellectual disability or chronic mental illness. Many of the individuals served are adults who receive 24-hour support in DAC-owned homes. In the HCBS and Habilitation programs, each person has an individualized plan created to assist that person in becoming as independent as possible. In the Habilitation program there is a strong emphasis on supports that assist with the acquisition, retention, or improvement in skills related to living in the community.


Andrew Jackson Care Facility

Persons appropriate for services offered by the RCF/PMI must have a primary diagnosis of mental illness or his/her primary barrier to functioning in a less restrictive setting must directly involve a psychiatric condition. These persons may experience acute or chronic psychiatric symptoms. Persons meeting the above criteria and having a secondary diagnosis of severe, moderate, mild, or borderline intellectual disability, developmental disability, physical disability (but must be mobile), and/or substance abuse/dependence may also be appropriate for this residential service for persons with mental illness. Persons appropriate must be at least 18 years old.