How can I open up a group home?


Find the appropriate place for the group home. Then contact the DHR (Department of Human and Health Services) to give you a document (application) which you have to complete to get a license. When you are approved you can start with the home group.
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There are different rules and regulations in different states it just depend on where you are at. Just do your reseach in what ever state you are in. You can find more information
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First contact the DHR for licensing information and application. Secondly, inquire about any pre -licensing sessions that you may have to attend. Most states require these sessions
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To open a group home, you must first search and find the home that you would like to have for your group home. You will then have to contact your states Department of Health and Human Services. Fill out the required documents and required fee's to the agency. Most states require some kind of formal training to open a group home, if your state requires this then complete the training. The home will have to be inspected to make sure all safety requirements are up to code. Once you have been approved, advertise with your local hospitals or in the newspaper and get your group home going.
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