Subject 290-4-2 REPEALED
Such residences provide services for clients with significant substance abuse impairment, and who, typically, have not progressed in a less intensive setting, or lack supports and require a highly structured and specialized environment, or are transitioning from detoxification. In addition to the general rules set forth, programs offering residential intensive treatment programs shall meet the requirements of this subsection (.20).
|(a)||Client intake, assessment, and admission; individual treatment planning; and discharge and aftercare, if applicable, shall be done in accordance with rules .13, .14, and .17. Additional admission requirements, including laboratory tests, may be required by facility policy and/or determination of the medical/clinical director.|
|(b)||A program shall provide a minimum of eight hours per day of various therapeutic services designed to enable the client to function without substance abuse. Such services shall be provided by persons who have been determined qualified by education, training, experience, and who are licensed/certified if required by state practice acts to render such services that meet the needs of clients.|
|(c)||There shall be sufficient types and numbers of staff members on duty in the residence to provide for safe supervision of clients whenever clients are present.|
|(d)||Provisions shall be made for mandatory education of children in care in accordance with O.C.G.A. Sections 20-2-690et seq. or its successor statute.|
|(e)||A program shall have a written agreement with a physician for the provision of medical care.|