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Residential Care

Adult Residential Facility- ARF

RCFE: Contact of Residential Care Manger at Management
Choosing the Right Facility

Choosing between an RCFE and an ARF depends on the individual's age, level of independence, and specific care needs. For elderly individuals who primarily need assistance with daily living activities and want to live in a community setting with peers, an RCFE might be the best option. For adults under 60 who require support due to physical, mental, or developmental disabilities, an ARF could provide the necessary environment for care and growth.

In both cases, it's important to visit potential facilities, ask questions about the level of care and services provided, and assess whether the environment feels welcoming and safe for you or your loved one.

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Residential Care

Adult Residential Facility


ARF - Adult Residential Facilities

ARFs are licensed to provide care, supervision, and assistance with activities of daily living to adults aged 18-59 who are unable to provide for their own daily needs. ARFs can serve clients with a variety of conditions, including physical, mental, and developmental disabilities. The goal is to provide a supportive environment that helps residents improve their living skills, leading to a more independent or less restrictive living situation in the future if possible. Services provided may include:

  • Personal care and supervision

  • Assistance with daily living activities

  • Social and recreational programs

  • Skills training with a focus on independence

  • Behavioral support and management

ARFs play a crucial role in supporting adults who are not fully independent, providing a community setting that encourages personal growth and improved quality of life.


The motto "THINK. FEEL. GROW." beautifully captures the essence of what Best Intentions Behavioral Therapy aims to achieve – helping individuals to reflect on their thoughts, understand and manage their emotions, and embrace growth and change.

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