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Title: 275 East Main Street 6EB


1
CHFS OIG DIVISION OF REGULATED CHILD CARE (DLCC)
  • 275 East Main Street 6E-B
  • Frankfort, Kentucky 40621
  • Phone (502) 564-7962
  • Fax (502) 564-9350

2
REGIONAL ENFORCEMENT BRANCHES
Western Hopkinsville Northern
Louisville Southern London Eastern Lexington
3
Western Enforcement Branch Anna Word, Regional
Program Manager Western State Hospital Hopkinsvill
e, KY 42240 Phone (270) 889-6052 Fax
(889)-6089 Northern Enforcement Branch Jeannette
Hood, Regional Program Manager LN Building,
2-W Louisville, KY 40203 Phone (502)
595-4079 Fax (502)595-5773 Southern
Enforcement Branch Deborah Eubank, Regional
Program Manager 116 Commerce Avenue London, KY
40744 Phone (606) 878-7827 Fax (606)
878-2773 Eastern Enforcement Branch Betty Short,
Regional Program Manager Veterans Hospital P.O.
Box 12250 Lexington, KY 40582 Phone (859)
246-2301 Fax (859) 246-2768
4
Counties Served Regional Offices
  • Western Northern Southern Eastern
  • 1. Fulton 33. Hart 49. Monroe 91. Boone
  • 2. Hickman 34. Larue 50. Metcalfe 92.
    Kenton
  • 3. Carlisle 35. Hardin 51. Green 93.
    Grant
  • 4. Ballard 36. Breckinridge 52. Taylor
    94. Scott
  • 5. McCracken 37. Meade 53. Marion 95.
    Franklin
  • 6. Graves 38. Jefferson 54. Boyle 96.
    Anderson
  • 7. Calloway 39. Bullitt 55. Casey 97.
    Washington
  • 8. Marshall 40. Nelson 56. Adair 98.
    Mercer
  • 9. Livingston 41. Spencer 57. Cumberland
    99. Woodford
  • 10. Crittenden 42. Shelby 58. Clinton 100.
    Jessamine
  • 11. Lyon 43. Oldham 59. Russell 101.
    Fayette
  • 12. Trigg 44. Trimble 60. Wayne 102. Clark
  • 13. Caldwell 45. Henry 61. McCreary 103.
    Bourbon
  • 14. Christian 46. Carroll 62. Pulaski 104.
    Harrison
  • 15. Hopkins 47. Gallatin 63. Lincoln 105.
    Pendleton
  • 16. Webster 48. Owen 64. Garrard 106.
    Campbell
  • 17. Union 65. Madison 107. Bracken
  • 18. Henderson 66. Rockcastle 108. Robertson

5
CENTRAL OFFICE
  • Compliance Branch
  • Adverse Action
  • Standards
  • Operations Branch
  • Technical Support
  • Quality Improvement

6
-DRCC ROLES
  • CONSULTATION
  • LICENSURE VISIT
  • ADD SERVICES
  • RATING VISITS
  • ALLEGATIONS

7
CC/CP Licenses
Child Caring/Child Placing Licenses
  • Child Caring
  • Group home
  • Residential
  • Residential Treatment
  • Crisis Stabilization
  • Emergency Shelter
  • Wilderness Program
  • Child Placing
  • Foster homes
  • Therapeutic foster homes
  • Adoptive homes
  • Independent Living

8
Understanding DRCC
  • The CHFS Office of Inspector General, Division of
    Regulated Child Care is Kentucky's regulatory
    agency for licensing all day cares, long-term
    care facilities, and child adoption/child-placing
    agencies in the commonwealth. DRCC should NOT be
    confused with the DCBS Division of Child Care who
    provides information regarding professional
    development opportunities for day care staff and
    other child care professionals, as well as
    coordinates several subsidy programs.

9
Day Care Licenses
  • Type I - 4 or more children provided care in a
    business setting, or a part of a home that is
    used strictly for day care
  • Type II - 4 to 12 children cared for in the
    providers home

10
CERTIFIED FAMILY HOMES
  • In-home child care
  • 4-6 non-related children
  • Maximum of 10 including related (child,
    stepchild, grandchild, niece, nephew, sibling or
    child in custody of provider)
  • No more than 6 children under the age of 6,
    including the providers own children

11
Non-regulated providers
  • Care for three non-related children
  • Care for related children - must be a grandchild,
    niece, nephew, sibling, or own child
  • Operate for educational purposes 20 or fewer
    hours per week and no child attends more than 10
    hours per week

12
Allegation Investigation
  • The Call
  • Priority
  • Assignment
  • DCBS involvement

13
Joint Investigations
  • Telephone calls
  • Visits
  • Interviews together
  • Entrance and/or exit together
  • Sharing information

14
FINDING
  • DRCCs Determination
  • DCBSs Determination
  • Safety/Prevention Plan
  • Statement of Deficiencies
  • Plan of Correction
  • Follow up
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