Feb 01, · The Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) has sole authority to license facilities providing residential nonmedical services to eligible adults who are recovering from problems related to alcohol or other drug (AOD) misuse or abuse. LIC (9/04) Application Instructions for A Facility License This contains the instructions for the following: ADULT RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES GROUP HOMES SMALL FAMILY HOMES RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITIES FOR THE ELDERLY (RCFE) RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITIES FOR THE CHRONICALLY ILL (RCF-CI) SOCIAL REHABILITATION FACILITIES ADULT DAY PROGRAMS .
CDSS Programs Community Care Licensing The Department of Social Services is pleased to present this website posting information about licensed facilities throughout California. A few important notes: This website is always evolving, and we will keep working to improve it. DHCS Licensed Residential Facilities and/or Certified Alcohol and Drug Programs This is an alphabetical list by county of all non-medical alcoholism and drug abuse recovery or treatment facilities licensed and/or certified by the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS).
Feb 03, · All facilities enrolling in the ALW program must meet licensure and certification requirements set forth by the Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing (CCL). Participating facilities must be in substantial compliance and good standing with licensing regulations (Ref: Title 22, § (s) (9)). Community Care Licensing Division Welcome to the Community Care Licensing Division. We serve the most vulnerable people of California and our mission is to promote the health, safety, and quality of life of each person in community care through the administration of an effective and collaborative regulatory enforcement system.