Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, April 4, 2022
receipt of an approved program description, and upon approval of the licensee's
policy and procedure manual, the licensing agency shall conduct an on-site
initial inspection of the residence.
Prior to the issuance of an initial
license, the following, at a minimum, shall be available:
1. Documentation which demonstrates
compliance with all certificate of occupancy (CO) requirements, including any
required inspection by the Fire Official and registration with the Department
of Community Affairs.
2. A fire
3. A first aid kit
that meets the requirements of
4. Functioning utilities, including an
5. If the
building is not serviced by a public water supply, written approval from the
local health department that the water supply is safe for human
6. Furniture and food
for each individual served;
staff schedule which conforms to the program description approved by the
Department in accordance with
8. A copy of the deed or lease; and
9. Documentation that all necessary
residential and vehicle insurance is in force.
(c) The Department shall issue a
non-transferable full license, effective from the date of the on-site
inspection, upon compliance with (a) and (b) above.
If licensure is not approved, an
applicant or licensee shall submit a plan of correction regarding all
deficiencies within 30 days after notification to the licensee.
1. Following receipt of the plan of
correction, the licensing agency shall conduct an on-site review to verify the
corrective action taken.
(e) The license shall document the location
of each residence and shall specify the maximum number of individuals with
developmental disabilities that may occupy the home or apartment, excluding