Community Living Arrangements (CLA)

Community Living Arrangement (CLA) means any residence, whether operated for profit or not, that undertakes through its ownership or management to provide or arrange for the provision of daily personal services, supports, care, or treatment exclusively for two or more adults who are not related to the owner or administrator by blood or marriage and whose residential services are financially supported, in whole or in part, by funds designated through the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities.


Am I in the right place?
  1. Do you intend to provide services in your own home or another home that you own, rent or lease? If Yes, continue; If No Click here.
  2. Do you intend to provide services to individuals that are 18 years of age or older? If Yes, continue; If No Click here
  3. Will the residents be living in your home more than 24 hours? If Yes, continue; If No Click here
  4. Do you intend to provide a personal service, i.e. assist residents with the activities of daily living such as eating, bathing, grooming, dressing, or toileting or provide supervision of or assistance with residents medications? If Yes, continue; If No Click here
  5. Do you intend to provide nursing services as a service of the home? If Yes, Click here; If No, continue
  6. Do you intend to provide services only to consumers of the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities? If Yes continue; If No Click here.

 


Next Steps
  1. Continue this process by reading the Rules & Regulations;
    Rules and Regulations for Community Living Arrangements Chapter 290-9-37, et seq. Revised February 13, 2008
    Enforcement of Licensing Requirements, Chapter 290-1-6, et seq. Effective August 16, 1993
  2. Complete the Application Packet - In order to process your application, ALL of the documents included in the application packet must be submitted; and
  3. Sign and return the Application Checklist with the entire Application Packet.