Examples of group home in a Sentence
a group home for young adults with disabilities
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Zeke Bellamy said his brother had a mental disability and lived in a Randallstown group home called Emerge.
Now, the teen is in a group home and under the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services‘ custody after sheriff’s deputies removed him from his parents, Suzeanna and Matthew Brill, when someone sent in a tip about the drug use in April.
The city is considering a moratorium on the approval of new licenses for adult family homes, group homes and other treatment centers in residential areas.
The transition has been difficult, as Florida lacked both the group homes capable of supervising residents with extremely complex behavioral needs — and the money necessary to develop them.
Like my sister and me, too many youth in foster care move from foster home to group home, rarely living in any one place long enough to develop supportive networks or make lasting connections with peers or adults.
Substance abuse services are competing for money with group homes for people with intellectual disabilities and hospitals that train medical students.
Children’s average stay in a group home is eight months, the report found.
Prude was placed on administrative leave when police began their investigation last fall, and the organization that runs the group home, called MARCH, has hired a law firm to conduct an independent investigation of the incident, police said.
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Definition of group home for English Language Learners
: a place where people who need special care or attention live together in a group
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