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Operation Number: 1514002
Operation Type: General Residential Operation   
Program Provided: Child Care Services Only
Operation/Caregiver Name: Southwest Key Programs Inc - Casa Rio Grande
Location Address: 401 E BUSINESS HWY 77
Mailing Address: 401 E BUSINESS HWY 77
Phone Number: 956-247-7400
Website Address: www.swkey.org
Email Address:
Administrator/Director Name: Gerardo Jaramillo
Programmatic Services: Child Care
Treatment Services:
Type of Issuance:What is an Issuance? Full Permit
Issuance Date: 1/3/2014
Conditions on Permit:What is a Condition?    Yes
Days of Operation: N/A
Total Capacity: 214
Licensed to Serve Ages: 10 - 17
Total Capacity: 214
Number Of Admin Penalties: 0
Corrective Action:What is Corrective Action? No
Adverse Action:What is Adverse Action? No
Temporarily Closed: No
Two Year Inspection Summary  
  • Inspectors routinely monitor compliance with Licensing standards, rules and law. At a minimum, licensed and certified operations are inspected at least once a year; Registered Child Care Homes What is a Registered Child Care Home? are inspected at least once every two years, Listed Family Homes What is a Listed Family Home? are inspected only if there is a report of abuse/neglect or if we receive a report that the home is caring for too many children.

  • When operations have serious deficiencies or a significant number of deficiencies, repeat deficiencies, or fail to make corrections timely, they are inspected more frequently by licensing staff, to ensure the health and safety of children in care.

  • In the last two years, Licensing conducted the following:
55 - Inspections What is an Inspection?
1 - Assessments What is Assessments?
31 - Self Reported Incidents What is Self Reported Incidents?
4 - Reports What is Reports?
Click on the inspection type to see additional details related to each inspection.
  • There are many standards that an operation must comply with; the total number varies for each type of operation. An operation or home is generally given an opportunity to correct deficiencies and has the right to request a review of a deficiency. Deficiencies pending review are not included in the two year history.
Two Year Compliance Summary  
  • During the last two years, 3644 standards were evaluated for compliance at this operation.

  • Of the standards evaluated 22 deficiencies were cited. What is deficiency?
Click on the number of deficiencies to see additional details.

  • Each standard is assigned a weight. The weight ensures all inspectors consider standard violations in the same way, and represents the potential impact a deficiency might have on children. Review the inspection reports to learn more about each citation. It's important to remember; weights are not assigned to an individual operation, inspection, or circumstance and are not intended to result in a ranking of operations or score.

  • The weights of the standard deficiencies cited in the past two years are as follows:
    6 were weighted as High
    8 were weighted as Medium - High
    6 were weighted as Medium
    1 was weighted as Medium - Low
    1 was weighted as Low
Click on the weight to see additional details about each deficiency.

Disclaimer: The online compliance history includes only information after January 1, 2002. In addition, the online compliance history does not include minimum standard violations or corrective or adverse actions until after the child-care operation has had due process or waived its rights. For compliance history prior to January 1, 2002 or history with pending due process, please contact your local licensing office. Child-Care Licensing disclaims liability for any errors or omissions from the compliance history information.

Website and Email addresses are based on information given to DFPS by the Operation/Caregiver. If you experience problems with these addresses please contact the Operation/Caregiver.