Resident Rights Statement: Upload a DRAFT Document

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Please upload a copy of your resident rights statement for review.

Once you have a DRAFT document written, please upload it below and ORH will review it and get back to you with an assessment.

IMPORTANT: Uploading a DRAFT policy document on this platform is not a substitute for your final policy document required for recovery house certification. For certification, at minimum, you will be required to have the following documents for your certification application: Resident Application; Resident Agreement; Resident Rights Statement; Grievance Policy; Medication Policy; Good Neighbor Policy; Emergency Policy; Communicable Disease policy; Code of Conduct or House Rules; Paid Work Agreements Policy; and Drug Testing Policy. ​Additional documents may be requested by ORH.

ORH is available to provide you with technical assistance and support as you develop policies and procedures. Feel free to contact ORH at (614) 453-5133 or info@ohiorecoveryhousing.org.

If it is determined that your final certification documents are incomplete or do not meet quality standards you will be allowed an opportunity to make changes. However, you will be required to make these improvements within a strict timeline. If you are unable to make the improvements within the timeline, your application will lapse.

Accepted file types: pdf, doc, docx, Max. file size: 16 MB.
Please upload your resident rights statement
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Course Syllabus

Not Enrolled
Creating a Communicable Disease Policy Overview
Communicable Disease Policies: Exercise
Why a Communicable Disease Prevention Policy is Important
Can I Ask a Resident About Their Health Condition?
Communicable Disease Policies: CHECK FOR UNDERSTANDING QUIZ #1
Communicable Disease Policy Requirements
Physical Property Policy Requirements
Communicable Disease Policies - CHECK FOR UNDERSTANDING #2
Actively Encourage Regular Handwashing
Create a Chore Chart for General House Cleaning
Remind Resident and Staff About the Risks of Sharing Personal Items
Use Universal Precautions
Provide Residents with Information About Preventative Health Care and Vaccines
Avoid Having a Joint Communicable Disease Policy with Treatment Facilities
Communicable Disease Policies - CHECK FOR UNDERSTANDING QUIZ #3
Write Your Communicable Disease Prevention Policy
NEXT STEPS
House Code of Conduct
House Codes of Conduct and the Social Model of Recovery
Resident Code of Conduct: Assessment #1
Language for House Codes of Conduct
Language Journal Question 1
Language Journal Question 2
Language Part 2
Language Part 3
Suggested Processes for Developing Code of Conduct
House Code of Conduct Development Question 1
House Code of Conduct - Environment Free from Alcohol and Illicit Drugs
House Code of Conduct Development Question 2
House Code of Conduct Promote Recovery
House Code of Conduct Development Question 3
House Code of Conduct Healthy Household
House Code of Conduct Development Question 4
House Code of Conduct Harmonious Environment
House Code of Conduct Discussion Question 5
House Code of Conduct Development Good Neighbor
Enforcement of Code of Conduct
House Code of Conduct
Resident Rights Statements
Resident Rights
Finalizing Your Resident Rights Statement
Resident Rights Statement: Upload a DRAFT Document