The Residential Information Systems Project (RISP) is a longitudinal study of long-term supports and services (LTSS) for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). An annual survey of state IDD agencies is used to gather information about the settings in which LTSS recipients live, federal and state funding sources, residential setting type and size, recipient age and expenditures. A separate annual survey asks state-run IDD facilities serving 16 or more people to describe the people living in those settings. The most recent report, released December 2021, shares data from the FY 2018 surveys.
The Residential Information Systems Project Annual Report: Status and Trends Through 2018 published December 2021 describes services as of June 30, 2018. Related products include:
- State Profiles summarize key findings from the most recent technical report for individual states.
- Infographics depicting key findings from the technical report and can be downloaded for use as long RISP is clearly cited as the information source.
- Chart Gallery an interactive tool to customize reports by state, year or funding authority.
FY 2018 Infographics
Please cite as "Residential Information Systems Project (2022). [Page Name]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, RISP, Research and Training Center on Community Living, Institute on Community Integration. Retrieved from: https://risp.umn.edu." Contact us at RISP@umn.edu if you have questions or need additional information.