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Updated Residential Service Needs

 

Valley Mountain Regional Center is currently only considering residential development in areas where we have immediate needs. Our need for high quality Children’s Residential Services is a priority. If you have the qualifications to provide residential Small Family Home or Group Home services, please see the specific needs below and contact Robert Fernandez at rfernandez@vmrc.net for a Letter of Intent (LOI). Please contact Robert or Brian L. Bennett at bbennett@vmrc.net if you have questions related to providing Children’s Residential Services.

Children’s Residential Services

All Counties (Stanislaus, San Joaquin, Amador, Calaveras, Tuolumne)

  • 4 Bed Group Home* for females with moderate to severe behaviors and some medical need (Ambulatory & Non-Ambulatory)
  • 4 Bed Group Home* for males with moderate to severe behavior deficits and/or moderate medical support needs.
  • 4 Bed Group Home* for male or female children with mild to moderate behavior and medical support needs (Ambulatory & Non-Ambulatory).
  • 4 Bed Small Family Home(SFH)** for male or female children with mild to moderate behavior and medical support needs (Ambulatory & Non-Ambulatory)

*Group Home means a facility which provides 24-hour care and supervision to children, provides services specified in this chapter to a specific client group, and maintains a structured environment, with such services provided at least in part by staff employed by the licensee. The care and supervision provided by a group home shall be nonmedical except as permitted by Welfare and Institutions Code Section 17736(b). Since small family and foster family homes, by definition, care for six or fewer children only, any facility providing 24-hour care for seven or more children must be licensed as a group home.

 **Small Family Home means any residential facility, in the licensee’s family residence, that provides 24-hour care for six or fewer foster children who have mental disorders or developmental or physical disabilities and who require special care and supervision as a result of their disabilities. 

If you have the qualifications to provide Adult Residential or RCFE support services, please see the specific needs below and contact Robert Fernandez rfernandez@vmrc.net for a Letter of Intent (LOI). Please contact Robert or Brian L. Bennett bbennett@vmrc.net if you have questions related to providing Residential Services.

Adult Residential Services

All Counties (Stanislaus, San Joaquin, Amador, Calaveras, Tuolumne)

  • 4 Bed Adult Residential Facility ^ for males with severe behavior deficits who may also be non-ambulatory

 

  • 4 Bed Adult Residential Facility^ for females with severe behavior deficits who may also be non-ambulatory

 

  • 4 Bed Adult Residential Facility^ for males and females with severe medical support needs; up to two beds non-ambulatory

 

  • 4 Bed Adult Residential Facility^ for males and females who have severe medical support needs and of which all four beds are non-ambulatory

 

  • 4 Bed Residential Care Facility for the Elderly (RCFE) ^^for persons with moderate to severe self-care support needs and moderate to severe medical support needs.

 

^ Adult Residential Facility (ARF): an owner operated or staff operated facility for adult’s ages 18-59 years of age, this home would be licensed by Community Care Licensing.

^^Residential Care Facility for the Elderly (RCFE): an owner operated or staff operated facility for persons ages 60 and older

 

All inquiries and requests to provide services will be taken in consideration.