Kan. Admin. Regs. § 28-4-1206 - Administration
Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 39, September 30, 2021
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28-4-1206. Administration. (a) Each PRTF shall be governed by one of the following entities:
(1) A public agency, which shall employ an administrator for the PRTF; or
(2) a private entity with a governing board that is legally responsible for the operation, policies, finances, and general management of the PRTF. The private entity shall employ an administrator for the PRTF. The administrator shall not be a voting member of the governing board.
(b) Each licensee shall develop and implement written policies and procedures for the operation of the PRTF that shall include detailed descriptions of the roles and the responsibilities for staff and volunteers. The staff practices shall conform to the written policies and procedures and to all regulations governing PRTFs.
(c) A licensee or a staff member of a PRTF shall not accept permanent legal guardianship of any individual before the individual is admitted to the PRTF or while the individual is in treatment at the PRTF.
(d) A copy of the regulations governing PRTFs shall be kept on the premises at all times and shall be made available to all staff members.
(e) Each licensee shall make available to the department all reports and findings of on-site surveys, periodic performance reviews, monitoring visits, and accreditation reports by the PRTF's accrediting body.
(f) Each licensee shall have sufficient finances to ensure the provision of program activities and services to each resident. Each licensee shall provide the financial resources necessary to maintain compliance with these regulations.
(g) Each resident's personal money shall be kept separate from the PRTF's funds. Each licensee shall maintain financial records of each resident's personal money. (Authorized by and implementing K.S.A. 65-508; effective Oct. 9, 2009.)