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Section 5123.1611 | Rules governing supported living program.

 
A new version of Section 5123.1611 exists that will be effective as of October 9, 2021View New Version

The director of developmental disabilities shall adopt rules under Chapter 119. of the Revised Code establishing all of the following:

(A) The extent to which a county board of developmental disabilities may provide supported living;

(B) The application process for obtaining a supported living certificate under section 5123.161 of the Revised Code;

(C) The certification standards a person or government entity must meet to obtain a supported living certificate to provide supported living;

(D) The certification fee for a supported living certificate, which shall be deposited into the program fee fund created under section 5123.033 of the Revised Code;

(E) The period of time a supported living certificate is valid;

(F) The process for renewing a supported living certificate under section 5123.164 of the Revised Code;

(G) The renewal fee for a supported living certificate, which shall be deposited into the program fee fund created under section 5123.033 of the Revised Code;

(H) Procedures for conducting surveys under section 5123.162 of the Revised Code;

(I) Procedures for determining whether there is good cause to take action under section 5123.166 of the Revised Code against a person or government entity seeking or holding a supported living certificate;

(J) Circumstances under which the director may issue a supported living certificate to an applicant or renew an applicant's supported living certificate if the applicant is found by a criminal records check required by section 5123.169 of the Revised Code to have been convicted of, pleaded guilty to, or been found eligible for intervention in lieu of conviction for a disqualifying offense but meets standards in regard to rehabilitation set by the director.

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