OAR 411-055-0305

(1) The purpose of the rules in OAR chapter 411, division 55 is to establish standards and procedures for licensed Residential Care Facilities endorsed as Intensive Intervention Communities (IICs). Intensive Intervention Communities provide specialized services for individuals with behavioral issues who are best served in smaller settings of fewer than six residents.
(2) These rules are designed to ensure that residents living in Intensive Intervention Communities have positive quality of life, consumer protection, autonomy, and person-centered care. Resident’s rights, dignity, choice, comfort, and independence are promoted in this setting. The endorsement does not constitute a recommendation of any IIC by the Department of Human Services Aging and People with Disabilities (APD) program.
(3) The intent of these rules is to prevent institutionalization, re-institutionalization, or hospitalization of individuals who need the safe and skillful application of Intensive Intervention Services.
Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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