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Person-centered care is at the heart of all of our residential services.

Caregiver with patient at exercise equipment.

What are intermediate care facilities (ICFs)?

ICFs—or licensed homes—are residences for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and are part of the Title 19 Federal Medicaid Program. Each ICF location provides individuals with in-home support that focuses on personal outcomes through individualized plans.

Virtually tour one of our Intermediate Care Facilities.

What services and amenities are available?

Boundless ICFs provide support tailored to the unique needs of each person, with an emphasis on empowerment to achieve personal goals. Our ICFs offer residents private bedrooms and bathrooms and a shared community space to connect with their neighbors.


  • Around the clock staffing
  • Person-centered plans that focus on skill development, community integration, and wellness
  • Private bedrooms and bathrooms within a four-person condo
  • Shared kitchens and living space
  • Opportunities to participate in social activities in the community and to build lifelong friendships


  • Nursing
  • Social work
  • Behavioral health and support
  • Occupational therapy
  • Physical therapy
  • Speech therapy
  • Plan coordination
  • Site supervision
  • Transportation

What makes Boundless stand out?

For more than forty years, our commitment to love, excellence, respect, and well-being has shown through in everything we do. We are also the only organization in Ohio with both CQL and CARF accreditation.

How can I learn more about Boundless ICFs?

If you or your loved one lives in Franklin County and would like to learn more about Boundless ICFs, please contact the Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities service coordination department for more information.

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