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Become familiar with the administrative rules for child placing agencies and the following procedures in order to assist you in the licensing process.
A license is issued to a specific person or organization to provide specific services, at a specific location, is non-transferable, and remains the property of the Department of Human Services (DHS).
PROGRAM STATEMENT, POLICIES, PROCEDURES, RECORDS
The Bureau of Children and Adult Licensing will make an on-site inspection during the licensing process. The licensing consultant assigned to do the on-site inspection will:
LICENSING STUDY REPORT
When all necessary materials and documents have been submitted and reviewed, any necessary corrections have been made' and the consultant has made an on-site visit, a determination will be made with regards to licensure.
You will receive a letter stating the licensing action being taken and a copy of the Licensing Study Report.
If a license is issued, you will receive notification from the Department of Human Services, Bureau of Children and Adult Licensing, telling you when you may begin providing the services authorized.
If the license application is denied, you have the right to appeal the decision in accordance with Act No. 116, Public Acts of 1973, as amended, Section 12.
The amount of time required in issuing a license will depend upon completion of:
If you need assistance anytime throughout the licensing process please contact the Licensing Unit at 517-241-2488 or toll free at 866-685-0006.
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