Ohio's Families and Children Rule Review Site

5101:2-9-42 Qualified Residential Treatment Program (QRTP).

Posted: March 12th, 2020

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OMHAS intends to propose language in Chapter 5122-30 (for MHAS licensed class one residential facilities) and Chapter 5122-29-09 (for MHAS certified SUD residential providers) indicating that a provider (as defined in the specific chapter/rule) that accepts children for placement shall be considered a qualified residential treatment program and shall comply with the requirements of rule 5101:2-9-42 of the Administrative Code.

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Qualified Residential Treatment Program (QRTP).
Jewell Good
03-18-2020 (8:16pm)
Very concerned that tying QRTP requirement to licensing will end up limiting options for child place...

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Qualified Residential Treatment Program (QRTP).
Jewell Good
03-18-2020 (8:24pm)
Agencies certified after October 1, 2020 are to be compliant with this rule in order to become certi...

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Qualified Residential Treatment Program (QRTP).
Tina Rutherford
03-19-2020 (10:37am)
We have many questions around how some of the requirements will be monitored by the licensing author...

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Qualified Residential Treatment Program (QRTP).
Tina Rutherford
03-19-2020 (10:38am)
We echo Jewell Good's existing comment - If a residential provider does not choose/cannot meet QRTP ...

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Qualified Residential Treatment Program (QRTP).
Nancy Harvey
03-19-2020 (10:33pm)
This requirement will substantially increase costs of placements -" accessible on-site or face-to-f...

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