The District of Columbia

Community Residence Facilities - District of Columbia

by Intermediate Care Facilities Division, Health Regulation and Licensing Administration

Keywords
About: Health Regulation and Licensing Administration , HRLA, Residence, Community, Health, Intermediate Care, Licenses, Department of Health,DOH, Transparency, Accountability, Citywide Data Warehouse, Intermediate Care Facilities Division, ICFD
Taking place at: Washington, D.C., District of Columbia, DC

Abstract

This dataset displays a business directory that lists all licensed Community Residence Facilities in the District of Columbia. On January 17, 2007, Director of the Department of Health (DOH) Dr. Gregg A. Pane announced the realignment of DOH. The reorganization consolidated 11 administrations into seven. Under the new structure, the Health Care Regulation and Licensing Administration (HCRLA) and Bureau of Community Hygiene, as well the Health Professional Licensing Administration (HPLA), were combined into one entity, the Health Regulation and Licensing Administration (HRLA). HRLA provides services, administration and regulatory oversight through the following programs: Health Professional Licensing Administration; Pharmaceutical Control Division; Health Regulation Administration; Animal Disease Prevention Division; Food Protection Division; Rodent Control Division. The Intermediate Care Facilities Division (ICFD) licenses group homes for persons with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities residing in the District of Columbia. The ICFD conducts annual on-site and monitoring surveys to ensure the facilities and agencies maintain compliance with local and federal requirements. The ICFD also conducts investigations of unusual incidents and complaints, and identifies deficiencies that may affect state licensure or eligibility for federal reimbursements under the Medicaid program. A community residence facility provides a level of health care in a safe, hygienic, protective living arrangement for individuals who desire or require supervision or assistance because of physical, mental, familial, or social circumstances. To be eligible, individuals must be unrelated by blood or marriage to the Residence Director, ambulatory with or without the assistance of mechanical devices, able to get in and out of bed, and able to move about, oriented to place, time, and day, capable of making proper judgments in emergency situations, and able to perform the activities of daily living (eating, bathing, dressing, toileting, walking) independently or with minimal assistance. The Intermediate Care Facilities Division licenses, inspects, and investigates complaints at Community Residence Facilities, and provides technical assistance, consultations, and training for them. Additional information about Community Residence Facilities and the other facility types regulated by ICFD may be found on the HRLA website.

Purpose

This dataset has been created by Citywide Data Warehouse program. The mission of the Citywide Data Warehouse is to provide timely and accurate information for decision-making; support executive and agency management in the implementation of business processes which will guarantee access to useful and well-organized information for DC Government workers, non-governmental organizations, and the public.

Access constraints

Contact the Citywide Data Warehouse Program: CityDW@dc.gov.

Use constraints

By using data made available here the user agrees to all the conditions stated in the terms and conditions described under the District portal, http://dc.gov/page/terms-and-conditions-use-district-data?

Point of contact

Citywide Data Warehouse Program

441 4th Street NW, Suite 930
Washington DC, 20001, USA

fax: 202-727-5660
hours: Monday to Friday 8:30am-5pm

Credits

Intermediate Care Facilities Division, Health Regulation and Licensing Administration
DC Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) Citywide Data Warehouse

 

Distribution

Distribution liability: Neither the District of Columbia Government nor the Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) makes any claims as to the completeness, accuracy or content of any data contained in this application; makes any representation of any kind, including, but not limited to, warranty of the accuracy or fitness for a particular use; nor are any such warranties to be implied or inferred with respect to the information or data furnished herein. The data is subject to change as modifications and updates are complete. It is understood that the information contained in the dataset is being used at one's own risk.

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Citywide Data Warehouse Program

441 4th St NW, Suite 930 South
Washington DC, 20001, USA

fax: 202-727-5660
hours: Monday to Friday 8:30 am - 5:30 pm

Entity

Community Residence Facilities - District of Columbia 

Attributes

  • Facility 
    The name of the Community Residence Facility (sometimes identified by an individual).
  • Contact 
    The name of the contact for the Community Residence Facility.
  • Address 
    The address of the Community Residence Facility.
  • License# 
    The license number of the Community Residence Facility issued by the Intermediate Care Facilities Division.
  • Ward 
    The Ward in which the Community Residence Facility is located.
  • Ph/Fax 
    The phone and fax numbers of the Community Residence Facility.
  • CR 
    The number of individuals in the Community Residence Facility.
  • Cap 
    The maximum capacity of provided for individuals in the Community Residence Facility.
  • Oth 
    The number of staff members in the Community Residence Facility.

Provided by
Citywide Data Warehouse Program

441 4th St NW, Suite 930 South
Washington DC, 20001, USA

fax: 202-727-5660
hours: Monday to Friday 8:30 am - 5 pm