• Current through October 23, 2012

A provider may terminate its delivery of services to a client only when:

(1) The provider documents that it has considered suspending the client in accordance with § 4-754.35 or has made a reasonable effort, in light of the severity of the act or acts leading to the termination, to transfer the client in accordance with § 4-754.34;

(2) The client:

(A) Possesses a weapon on the provider's premises;

(B) Possesses or sells illegal drugs on the provider's premises;

(C) Assaults or batters any person on the provider's premises;

(D) Endangers the client's own safety or the safety of others on the provider's premises;

(E) Intentionally or maliciously vandalizes, destroys, or steals the property of any person on the provider's premises;

(F) Fails to accept an offer of appropriate permanent housing or supportive housing that better serves the client's needs after having been offered 2 appropriate permanent or supportive housing opportunities; or

(G) Knowingly engages in repeated violations of a provider's Program Rules; and

(3) In the case of terminations pursuant to subparagraphs (2)(F) and (2)(G) of this section, the provider has made reasonable efforts to help the client overcome obstacles to obtaining permanent housing.

(Oct. 22, 2005, D.C. Law 16-35, § 22, 52 DCR 8113.)


Legislative History of Laws

For Law 16-35, see notes following § 4-751.01.