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WAC 246-341-1114

Residential substance use disorder treatment servicesLong-term treatment services.

(1) Long-term treatment services are substance use disorder residential treatment services that provide a program for an individual needing consistent structure over a longer period of time to develop and maintain abstinence, develop recovery skills, and to improve overall health.
(2) In addition to meeting the behavioral health agency licensure, certification, administration, personnel, and clinical requirements in WAC 246-341-0300 through 246-341-0650 and the residential treatment services requirements in WAC 246-341-1108 an agency certified to provide long-term treatment services must:
(a) Provide an individual a minimum of two hours each week of individual or group counseling;
(b) Provide no less than five hours per week of treatment services in line with ASAM 3.1 components;
(c) Progress notes should include the date, time, duration, participant names, and a brief summary of the session and the names of the staff member who provided it;
(d) Provide an individual, during the course of services, with:
(i) Education on social and coping skills, relapse prevention, and recovery skills development;
(ii) Social and recreational activities;
(iii) Assistance in seeking employment, when appropriate; and
(iv) Assistance with reentry living skills to include seeking and obtaining safe housing.
(e) Conduct and document an individual service plan review at least monthly.
[Statutory Authority: 2018 c 201 and 2018 c 291. WSR 19-09-062, § 246-341-1114, filed 4/16/19, effective 5/17/19.]
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