Additional Criteria for Stay
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern Arizona (RMHCSA) reserves the right to refuse admittance to any potential guest for any reason including, but not limited to, anyone charged or convicted of a crime that RMHC decides, in its sole discretion, actually threatens or may threaten the health, safety, welfare, well-being, and ability of other individuals to peacefully enjoy the Ronald McDonald House. Before being permitted to stay at the House, all potential guests – 18 years old or older – must consent to and pass a criminal background check. For example, and without limitation, any potential guest with a felony or misdemeanor charge or conviction for a violent crime, domestic violence, child abuse, a sex offense, current illegal drug activity and/or burglary will not be allowed to stay at the House.
RMHCSA reserves the right to refuse admittance to or exclude from the House anyone who gives false, incomplete or misleading responses to the background check questionnaire. RMHCSA has sole discretion in these matters in order to preserve the health, safety, welfare, well-being, and the ability of other individuals to peacefully enjoy the House.
RMHCSA may also exclude individuals who have been exposed to an infectious disease within the last 21 days or an individual involved in an open Department of Child Safety (DCS) case. RMHCSA reserves the sole right to refuse admittance to or exclude from the House anyone who engages in any inappropriate, irresponsible, or criminal behavior (to be determined by RMHC in its sole discretion).