Examples of group home in a Sentence
a group home for young adults with disabilities
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MacKinnon was Goldstein’s caregiver at a group home operated by Venture Community Services.
The children, a Honduran boy and a girl from El Salvador, have been living at a group home in Groton, officials said Friday, and both came to the U.S. with a parent.
More than 2,000 immigrant children separated from their parents at the border in May and June are being housed at child-immigrant shelters, group homes or in foster care around the country.
Placements are in foster homes, group homes, other institutions, independent living for older children and with relatives – otherwise known as kinship care.
Of those, about 12 percent are housed in institutional settings or group homes.
The Brills spent six days in jail, and when their son was released from the hospital after one week, he was sent to a group home.
Missing person, West Woodcrest Drive: Police were called to a group home shortly after 5:30 p.m. on April 27 concerning a resident, 27, who was thought to have been in her room since about 3 p.m. after getting angry.
Costa Mesa has launched a new web page containing information on code enforcement activities and group homes — including a list of facilities that are state-licensed, have received city permits, have been closed or have applications pending.
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: a place where people who need special care or attention live together in a group
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