Rule 5101:2-9-25 | Residential parenting facility and crisis care facility location and programmatic requirements.
(A) A residential parenting facility or crisis care facility shall not be integrated as a part of another children's residential center (CRC) or group home. A residential parenting facility or crisis care facility shall be a self-contained facility. The mixing of the differing populations is prohibited.
(B) Each residential parenting facility shall assure the availability of a program for each minor mother in residence which teaches parenting skills either individually or in a group setting. The facility's plan for the provision of such a program shall be presented for approval to ODJFS prior to initial certification.
(C) A minor mother residing in a residential parenting facility shall meet at least one of the following requirements:
(1) Enrolled in school on a full-time basis during the school year or working towards a general educational development (GED) certificate.
(2) Employed in a full-time job or documentation of actively seeking employment, if she has completed their education plan, which may include receipt of a GED certificate.
(3) Enrolled in school on a part-time basis or working towards a GED certificate and employed in a part-time job or documentation of actively seeking employment, during the school year.
(D) Any school aged child residing in a residential parenting facility or crisis care facility shall be enrolled in school during the school year.