Medicaid Dollars and Community Homes: The Community ICF/MR Controversy

@article{Taylor1981MedicaidDA,
  title={Medicaid Dollars and Community Homes: The Community ICF/MR Controversy},
  author={Steven J. Taylor and William M. Mccord and Stanford J. Searl},
  journal={Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities},
  year={1981},
  volume={6},
  pages={59 - 64}
}
The use of Title XIX funds for community residences has generated considerable controversy. Several states have developed small ICF/MRs. Michigan—with its Macomb-Oakland Regional Center—is a national leader in developing model residences with ICF/MR funds. However, few states have limited ICF/MR funds to small living arrangements with six or less residents. Statistics show that some states are using ICF/MR funds to develop mini-institutions. This article discusses the feasibility of developing… 
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