PUBLIC SAFETY AND WELFARE
CHILD DAY CARE, RESIDENTIAL CARE, AND CHILD-PLACING AGENCIES
Residential Care and Child-Placing Agency Licensing
170-E:30 Child Care Institution; Child-Placing Agency; Information Required.
In addition to the steps required in RSA 170-E:29, the department, upon receiving an application and authorization filed by a child care institution or child-placing agency in proper order, shall, in cooperation with the operator, examine the facility or agency, and investigate the program and person or persons responsible for the care of children. When the facility or agency is administered through an executive board, board of trustees, board of directors, or other governing body, the names, addresses, and any connection of individuals on such bodies with the facility or agency shall be included. The institution or child-placing agency shall obtain and provide receipts of approval of state and local requirements pertaining to health, safety and zoning, as applicable. If the department is satisfied that the institution or child-placing agency conforms to the standards prescribed for the type of facility or agency to be operated, a license shall be issued. The commissioner or his designee may inspect the facility or agency at any time.
Source. 1990, 257:8, eff. Jan. 1, 1991.