Licensing Regulations
17a-227-03:  Initial Application
(a) An application for the granting of an initial license to operate a residence shall be submitted in writing, signed by the person seeking authority to operate the residence and notarized, and shall include all items required on the application packet checklist and the following as applicable:

(1) local fire marshal's certificate;

(2) insurance governing fire, replacement value and general liability, third parties and auto liability;

(3) bacteriological report for facilities using a private water supply system; and

(4) public health official report for septic systems other than a city sewer system.

(b) A plan for all direct contact personnel to have completed training in the following prior to the opening of a new residence:

(1) communicable disease/food handling;

(2) signs and symptoms of illness;

(3) individual basic health and behavioral needs;

(4) daily routines of the residence; and

(5) emergency procedures.

(c) Assure that medication shall be administered by those who are certified or licensed in accordance with Section 20-14h CGS and the regulations promulgated thereunder.

(d) If an existing corporation, a copy of a financial audit conducted within one year by an independent licensed or certified public accountant.

(e) For any residence housing more than four individuals, a non-refundable licensing fee of fifty dollars payable to the treasurer, State of Connecticut, is required.

(Effective October 1, 1992)