SECTION .5200 ‑ RESIDENTIAL THERAPEUTIC (HABILITATIVE) CAMPS FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS OF ALL DISABILITY GROUPS

 

10a NCAC 27g .5201       SCOPE

(a)  A residential therapeutic (habilitative) camp is a residential treatment facility provided in a camping environment which is designed to help individuals develop behavior control, coping skills, self‑esteem and interpersonal skills.

(b)  Services may include supervised peer interaction, provision of healthy adult role models, and supervised recreational, educational and therapeutic experiences.

(c)  Each facility shall be designed to serve children and adolescents six through 17 years of age who have mental illness, developmental disability or substance abuse disorders.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 122C‑26; 143B‑147;

Eff. May 1, 1996.