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Published on March 3, 2008

Author: Raffaele


Transitional Services Certification:  Transitional Services Certification Minnesota Rules 2960.0500 Purpose:  Purpose To establish standards that transitional services programs must meet to qualify for certification. A transitional services program provides congregate, scattered site, or cooperative housing for residents considered to be targeted youth. Requirements:  Requirements In addition to the requirements in 2960.0500, a program certified as a transitional services program must also meet all of the requirements of 2960.0010 - 2960.0120 (umbrella rule) with the exception of the exemptions in 2960.0500, subpart 4. What does a transitional services program look like?:  What does a transitional services program look like? Serves residents 16 to 21 years old according to the resident’s independent living plan Includes housing, independent living skills training, and related supportive services Prepares a resident to live independently or reintegrate to a community setting Housing may include individual or shared apartments, rental housing or in a congregate living program Program Outcomes:  Program Outcomes Written policies must identify program outcomes and promote the resident’s development of independent living skills. Program services must support the resident’s reintegration into the community and be consistent with the resident’s independent living plan. Outcomes of services must be measured and documented at least quarterly. Program Effectiveness:  Program Effectiveness The license holder must monitor and annually evaluate the effectiveness of the program. The license holder must evaluate resident satisfaction with individual program services. The license holder must use the information gathered as a guide to improve program services. Community Involvement:  Community Involvement The facility must have a board of directors or advisory committee that represents the interests, concerns, and needs of the residents and community served by the facility. The license holder must meet requirements specific to transitional services certification. Admission:  Admission Persons must be determined prior to admission to: meet the general requirements of 2960.0060, subpart 2 be leaving out of home placement, are homeless or at risk of homelessness be employed or seeking employment or enrolled in an academic or vocational program do not have current drug or alcohol problems, recent history of violent behavior, or a mental health disorder or issue that is not being resolved through counseling or treatment. Criteria for Termination of Services:  Criteria for Termination of Services The license holder in conjunction with the resident, shall establish a service termination plan for the resident that specifies how services will be terminated and the actions to be performed by the involved agencies, including necessary referrals for other ongoing services. Supervision:  Supervision For a resident living in congregate or cooperative housing arrangements, the license holder must provide at least 12 hours of on-site supervision during weekday evening and early morning hours, to be increased to 16 hours of supervision on weekends. Slide11:  For a resident served by the transitional services program, the license holder must designate an on-call staff person who must be at least available by telephone or pager to respond to requests for assistance from a resident during hours when a staff person is not on site. A resident must be seen by a staff person at least three times a week. Each site where a resident resides must be visited by a staff person at least three times a week. Slide12:  The license holder must develop a supervision plan that is based on the youth served and approved by the licensing agency. Depending upon the assessment of the youth served by the program, the commissioner of human services may require the license holder to provide 24-hour supervision of residents. The license holder is required to provide services consistent with the resident’s independent living plan::  The license holder is required to provide services consistent with the resident’s independent living plan: Counseling services to residents and their families Job services Living skills training Education services Related supportive services Custodial Minor Parent Programs:  Custodial Minor Parent Programs In addition, make available training in child development and parenting skills; and Make available access to child care services when custodial parents are in school, at work, or otherwise unable to care for their children. Residence:  Residence The place of residence provided to the resident by the license holder must meet the needs of residents, including residents with disabilities.

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