Adult day care centers that have been certified to provide nonresidential adult day care. The center’s primary purpose must be to provide day care to adults to enable them to remain in their home or in the home of a family member, guardian, or other caregiver.
Centers must maintain an individual plan of care for every adult which provides a structured, comprehensive, community-based program of health, social and related support services.
Organizations must be one of the following:
- Private Non-Profit: must have Federal tax-exempt status with the Internal Revenue Service.
- Public: must be part of an entity recognized as “public” by the State or Federal Government. This includes public schools, public universities and technical colleges, and Indian reservations.
- For-profit: at least 25% of enrolled eligible adults are Title XIX or Title XX beneficiaries.
Organizations that cannot participate: sheltered workshops, vocational or substance abuse rehabilitation centers, social centers, residential programs, or other types of centers that do not have the primary purpose to provide day care to adults age 18 and older who are functionally impaired and/or 60 years of age or older.