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The DC Code: § 44-103.02 Initial ALR licensure.

Index44 Charitable and Curative Institutions. (Refs & Annos)
a
Applications for licensure shall be made in writing on a form or forms prescribed by the Mayor at least 60 days prior to the date needed.
b
An applicant for ALR licensure shall pay a licensure fee as determined by the Mayor.
c
An ALR license issued by the Mayor shall state the effective date and expiration date of the license and maximum number of residents allowed to reside in the ALR.
d
An application for an ALR license shall include the following information:
1
Identification of the owner and documentation supporting the fact that the ALR is owned or otherwise under the control of the applicant;
2
Identification of the ALA and information concerning the ALA's qualifications;
3
Criminal background check information pursuant to subchapter II of Chapter 5 of this title;
4
Documentation and explanation of any prior denial, suspension, or revocation of license to provide care to third parties;
5
Location of the ALR;
6
Statement of program;
7
Proof of solvency;
8
Proof of insurance coverage;
9
Statement of services to be offered;
10
Maximum number of residents planned;
11
Verification that the real property where the ALR is located is owned, leased, or otherwise under the control of the applicant; and
12
Structure of applicant's organization and names of board members and officers.
e
(1) The Mayor shall conduct an initial pre-licensure inspection of the premises of the ALR and of its records.
2
An applicant for licensure shall provide the following information at the time of the pre-licensure inspection:
A
Certificate of occupancy;
B
Disaster plan;
C
Staffing plan;
D
Resident funds management system;
E
Medication management system;
F
Individual Service Plan policy and procedures;
G
Admission, transfer, and discharge policies;
H
Resident agreements, both financial and nonfinancial;
I
Location of the ALR;
J
Maximum number of residents to be served;
K
Program statement;
L
Proof of solvency; and
M
Other reasonably relevant information required by the Mayor.
f
Based on information obtained during the pre-licensure inspection required by subsection (e) of this section, the Mayor shall either approve the application unconditionally for 12 months or deny the application.
g
The Mayor shall re-inspect an ALR within 6 months of the effective date of the initial licensure.

Historical and Statutory

Legislative History of Laws For Law 13-127, see notes following § 44-101.01. DC CODE § 44-103.02 Current through December 11, 2012

Credits

(June 24, 2000, D.C. Law 13-127, § 302, 47 DCR 2647.)