Residential Centers and Group Homes are facilities where children reside for short or longer periods in order to receive care and supervision 24 hours a day for two or more consecutive weeks. Most children served in these setting are emotionally or behaviorally disturbed, medically fragile and/or require special medical treatments due to physical conditions or diseases, or have developmental disabilities. ODJFS and OMHAS are the primary state regulatory agencies for these programs.
- Submit a Referral
- Behavioral & Developmental Care
- Find a Trainer
- Substitute & Out of Home Care
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