All licensed community living arrangements, including CCFs and ICFs, have “house rules.” The house rules explain what you can and cannot do. The house must explain the rules to you when you arrive or start the program. You can give them your opinion on the house rules, since it is your own home you’ll be living in. They must post the rules in a place you can see them and write the rules in a language you understand.
You have the right to make decisions about daily activities. This includes when you go to bed, when you will eat, if you have friends visit, and what you do in your free time. House rules should help people in the house get along with each other, but they cannot be too rigid. They must not violate any of your rights. If you believe your living facility has an illegal rule, call Disability Rights California.