Find a Skilled Nursing Facility
Sometimes called "nursing homes" or "convalescent hospitals," these facilities provide comprehensive nursing care for chronically ill or short-term residents of all ages, along with rehabilitation and specialized medical programs.
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Find a Developmentally Disabled Provider Facility
Known at the federal level as "ICFs/MR" (mental retardation), these facilities provide services for people of all ages with intellectual disabilities. ICFs/IID-H (habilitative), ICFs/IID-CN (chronic nursing) and ICFs/IID-N (nursing) have home-like settings with an average of six beds. ICFs/IID are larger homes with 16 or more beds.
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Find a Behavioral Health Facility
Designated in California as "special treatment programs," these facilities provide extended treatment periods for people of all ages with chronic mental health problems; most of the clients are younger than 65. Specialized staff serve clients in a secured environment.
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