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Intermediate Care Facilities
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Bost, Inc. operates three ICF/IID (Intermediate Care Facilities for the Intellectually Disabled) for disabled men and women.

The ICF/IID Program provides a highly-structured living environment and 24-hour supervision in a “home-like” atmosphere for adults who need intensive training.

The Provider-led Arkansas Shared Savings Entity (PASSE) system is a model of organized care created by Act 775 of 2017. Each PASSE is made up of governing providers who have entered into partnership with an experienced organization that performs administrative functions. The PASSE system is a Medicaid-funded program. It does not change a person’s eligibility for Medicaid, but it will change the way services are paid for by Medicaid for a specific group of beneficiaries. Each PASSE acts a lot like an insurance group that providers join to be in network, and the PASSE pays for the healthcare services for its members. Bost is currently contracted to provide services with all PASSEs.


The ICF/IID Program has two residential facilities in Fort Smith, Arkansas housing ten adult clients and one residential facility in Booneville, Arkansas housing 15 clients. Bost, Inc.’s ICF/IID highly trained personnel include: two Qualified Intellectual Disability Professionals, nursing staff (RN & LPNs), administrator, administrative services and direct support professional staff.

  • Woodcrest ICF/IID

Located at 1501 East Main in Booneville, this is a coed home that serves 15 individuals.

  • Willow Creek ICF/IID

Located at 2405 South 51st Court in Fort Smith, this is a women’s home that serves 10 individuals.

  • Brazil ICF/IID

Located at 2010 Brazil Street in Fort Smith, this is a men’s home that serves 10 individuals.

Treatment Programs & Services

The ICF/IID program provides individualized treatment programs for each client. Individual Program Plans (IPP) are completed which outline specific client needs and goals. Those needs are met through training and the care provided by the ICF/IID staff.

The ICF/IID Program has approximately 40 staff members to provide individualized services to the clients. Bost’s ICF/IID personnel include:

  • Qualified Intellectual Disability Professionals
  • Nursing Staff
  • In house supervisors at each facility
  • Administrator
  • Administrative Services
  • Direct-care staff

Other professional services are provided by consultant staff including:

  • Pharmacists
  • Psychologists
  • Dietitians
  • Therapists
  • Dentists
  • Physicians

For more information about the Bost ICF/IID Program, contact:

Lesa Fuller
Clinical Services Director
Phone: 479-478-5624
Fax:  501-222-3100