A residential facility that provides food, shelter, and professional services (including treatment, skilled nursing, intermediate or long-term care, and custodial or residential care). Examples include general, mental, or chronic disease hospitals; inpatient community mental health centers; halfway houses and nursing homes; alcohol and drug addiction treatment centers; homes for the aged or dependent, residential schools for the mentally or physically handicapped; and homes for dependent and neglected children.
A state facility in which offenders are confined. Includes prisons, secure mental health facilities, and secure child-caring institutions. to top
NDOC housing unit for medium or higher security offenders.
a state or private facility, usually a hospital or nursing home, that serves as long-term “housing” for children and/or adults with disabilities.
a hospital for mentally incompetent or unbalanced person
Refers to any establishment for care or education eg. hospital, nursing home, college etc.
A facility that meets Medicare's definition of a long-term care facility, such as a nursing home or skilled nursing facility. Doesn't include assisted or adult living facilities, or residential homes.
any set of premises in a permanent structure or structures designed to house usually large groups of individuals who are subject to a common authority or regime or bound by a common public objective and/or personal interests and characteristics. In this type of housing unit, occupants of the same sex usually share dormitories. It includes hospitals, military barracks, boarding schools, convents, prisons, etc.