1. This section applies to crisis care network, religious or faith-based (crisis care network), defined as a cross-jurisdictional group of ten (10) or more not-for-profit faith-based or not-for-profit religious institutions whose unified, coordinated, joint operation, through both host and support congregations, is focused on restoring families by providing stability and intervention programs, counseling, education, job training and other emergency services.
1. For purposes of this section, the following definitions apply:
2. Terms, uses, definitions or activities identified herein do not apply to homeless shelters, emergency shelters, transitional living, and group boarding homes and other similar operations as identified in Section 18.20.500.
C. Where Permitted
D. Performance Standards
2. Each host congregation location will provide the following:
a. No more than six (6) individual, private sleeping rooms; and
b. A separate dining area, lounge area, restrooms, adequate exits and smoke alarm system; and
3. Accommodations, job training, food, and other support services are provided to guests during the day.