For more information regarding the licensure of Adult Care Facilities and Adult Foster Homes, please contact Licensure and Certification at (614) 466-1590.
2013-2014 Adult Care Facility Critical Repair Funding Announcement
Due to the success of the 2011-2012 Adult Care Facility Critical Repair Grant, the Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA) approved an amount of $320K from the Ohio Housing Trust Fund to provide additional funding for critical repairs for eligible licensed Adult Care Facilities. The Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (MHAS) has entered into a partnership to receive this funding award from OHFA to assist with critical repairs to facilities that house persons with very low income and/or disabilities.
Please read the funding guidelines prior to directing questions to the contact listed in the materials.
The funding announcement, guidelines and pre-application are posted on the MHA website.
Adult Care Facilities listed alphabetically
Adult Care Facilities listed by county
Adult Foster Homes listed alphabetically
Adult Foster Homes listed by county
Adult Care Facilities (ACFs) are Adult Family Homes (AFHs) and Adult Group Homes (AGHs) that provides accommodations and supervision to unrelated adults to at least three of whom require personal care services.
Applicable Policies: ACF Multi-Unit Policy
Please note: The Department may request to review your rental/lease agreement regarding the "terms" and or "use" of the anticipated residence or facility.
Facsimiles are not accepted and an incomplete application packet will be returned.
An Adult Foster Homes (AFoHs) provide accommodations, supervision and personal care for one to two unrelated adults.
Adult Foster Home (1-2 Residents):
Initial Application Requirements
Adult Family Home (3-5 Residents):
Pre-Application Checklist for an Adult Family Home (AFH)
Adult Group Home (6-16 Residents):
Pre-Application Checklist for an Adult Group Home(AGH)
Incident Notification Rule, DMH Star 001_2 (Effective 1-2013)
ACF Incident Report Form (Word version, PDF version)
Notice: All agencies / facilities who fax their reportable incidents to OhioMHAS should use fax number (614) 485-9737starting December 14, 2012. Remember that after December 14, 2012 the old fax number (614) 387-2987 is disconnected and will not work. If you have any questions please Call Rob Nugen, Community Client Safety Manager at (614) 466-9074.
If you wish to submit a complaint concerning a licensed or certified Ohio Department of Mental Health provider, please complete all applicable fields on the form below and submit. We will respond to all complaints. Thank you.
Complaint Form DMH-LIC-0982 (PDF)
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