Group home business can be an exciting way to earn money as it can be done from the comfort of home as well as with a group of friends or family. But starting a group home business is not easy as it sounds because of stringent state laws. It is important to know the legalities of the business and the other relevant aspects before starting.

The Group Home Business Start Up Guide explores the start-up process, licensure requirements, steps to pass the initial license survey, group home regulatory agencies and survey process, liability insurance types and bonding needed, Statement of Purpose, furnishings and equipment needed, new market avenues in the group home business, multiple funding sources including grants, vouchers, low income, charitable donation, housing funds, and how to access funding, grant writing, and grant writing resources for group homes grants, effective staff recruitment and retention practices, admission requirement and resident orientation, resident services management, resident discharge, resources for managing difficult residents, abuse and neglect prevention, marketing and relationship building to increase referrals, quality improvement and multiple forms. This manual is available in e-book (instant download) format and CD-ROM.


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