a substitute home, usually located in a residential neighborhood, providing foster care for orphans, delinquents, disabled persons, or others with special needs.
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How to use group home in a sentence
Soon after the course ended, she became eligible under state parole guidelines to apply for early release into a group home, where she’d still be considered an inmate under Colorado Department of Corrections custody.
Places like group homes can’t have visitors because of the virus.A Woman With Developmental Disabilities Was Abused in Arizona. The State Promised Changes. It Has Not Made Them Yet. | by Amy Silverman for Arizona Daily Star | January 20, 2021 | ProPublica
Thousands of Marylanders with intellectual disabilities who live in group homes, and those who care for them, learned Tuesday that they would soon be eligible for the coronavirus vaccine, putting an end to weeks of lobbying and worry.Maryland places disabled adults in group homes high on vaccine priority list | Rebecca Tan | January 6, 2021 | Washington Post
The task force, made up of more than 40 agency heads, legislators, health care providers, group home operators and advocates, delivered its recommendations more than a year ago.After a Violent Crime, Arizona Promised Reforms for People With Developmental Disabilities. It Has Yet to Deliver. | by Amy Silverman for Arizona Daily Star | December 28, 2020 | ProPublica
The volunteers visited group homes, advocated for new programs and reviewed reports of possible abuse.They Made a Revolutionary System to Protect People With Developmental Disabilities. Now It’s Falling Apart. | by Amy Silverman for Arizona Daily Star | December 12, 2020 | ProPublica