Community Care Facilities for Adults

Community Care Facilities (CCFs) provide 24-hour non-medical residential care to adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities who need personal services, supervision, assistance in self-protection, and support with activities of daily living.

CCFs are licensed by the Community Care Licensing Division of the State Department of Social Services and funded through the regional center.


Services are based upon the individual needs and within one of four distinct levels of residential care.

  • Level 1 – Care and supervision for individuals with self-care skills.
  • Level 2 – Care, supervision and incidental training for individuals with some self-care skills and no major behavior challenges.
  • Level 3 – Care, supervision and ongoing training for individuals with significant deficits in self-help skills, and/or some limitations in physical coordination and mobility, and/or disruptive or self-injurious behavior.
  • Level 4 – Care, supervision and training for individuals with deficits in self-help skills, and/or severe impairments in physical coordination and mobility, and/or severely disruptive or self-injurious behavior. The staffing in these homes corresponds to the needs of the individuals residing there.


Last modified: April 15, 2024