Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF/IDD

Community Access provides residential services to individuals with developmental disabilities according to availability. In the ICF/IDD program, individuals live in a home in the community with five other individuals which are staffed 24-hours per day. The homes have three or four bedrooms and are typical for the community in which they are set.

Each individual's program is coordinated and monitored by a Qualified Mental Retardation Professional (QMRP). Additionally, each individual receives continuous active treatment in independent living skills and personal care skills from highly trained staff. Other services provided are evaluations, nursing care, day programming, transportation and other support services to help each individual remain in the community. Each person's individual program plan is developed according to that person's needs.

Community Access operates 11 ICF/IDD six-bed group homes located in Texas in the cities of Tyler, Greenville and the Dallas/Fort Worth area. They are state licensed and certified. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) sets standards, and the Department of Aging & Disability Services (DADS) routinely surveys the programs.

The following names and telephone numbers are for families of people served by Community Access who have agreed to receive calls from consumers and families who are in the process of selecting a service provider.


  • Dr. Moseley, 903-597-3277
  • Kathy Blow, 903-593-8724