Group Homes

In-Pact currently maintains eight group homes, also known as Intermediate Care Facilities (ICFs). ICFs provide a safe, long-term, nurturing environment for individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disability. Homes are licensed and governed by state and federal regulations and have an annual recertification which includes Life Safety. The Group Homes Department has been CARF Accredited since 2002. 

The Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services (BDDS) is the placing authority for In-Pact and other state-regulated group homes.  To be eligible for services, an individual must meet the required Intermediate Care Facility for the Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ICF/IID) level of care. A family must specifically ask for group home placement to take advantage of supervised group living.

Family members are encouraged to visit frequently. Participation in all program planning and development is highly encouraged. Each home offers intensive, individualized programming designed to allow everyone to reach their fullest potential in the following areas:

  • Behavioral management
  • Communication training
  • Personal hygiene
  • Independent living skills
  • Participation in community activities and recreation

Funding for Group Homes is through Medicaid. Traditional Medicaid provides full health care coverage to individuals with disabilities residing in ICFs. For those who meet Indiana Medicaid eligibility guidelines, a daily rate covers costs with exception to personal items. Eligibility is based on the income of the individual needing service, not the combined family income. 


Contact Steve Bazin, Community Housing Director


“Our son lost his eyesight, and that combined with his autism and being deaf made life difficult for both him and our family. In-Pact stepped in and gave us the help we needed. Over the years we have met many caring and dedicated individuals who work at In-Pact. They truly care.”

– Tom Ogren
Parent and In-Pact Board Member

“The staff at In-Pact are caring, compassionate, and always looking for ways for my son to increase his abilities. I truly appreciate In-Pact and its every effort to provide a safe and caring environment for my son regardless of his behaviors or challenges all these years.”

– Donna Kroll

“In-Pact will always have a special place in my heart. They were there when I needed them and they continue to be there for our family. For all the people watching over Cameron, I just would like to say thank you, thank you for everything that you do and continue to do.”

– Jacqueline Mobley

“The entire staff are kind, caring, and compassionate. My nephew’s caregivers understand that he is unique and has something very special to offer. They do not see his disability, they see a person who sees the world differently. I am grateful to know that Joe is surrounded by people who always have his best interest at heart.”

– Marty J. Wielgos
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