N.J. Admin. Code § 10:37-5.58 - Services to be provided

Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, April 4, 2022

(a) Assessment and evaluation:
1. Every IPU client shall be assessed as to his/her Level of Functioning and Environment/Natural Support Systems. These assessments, in addition to the client's perceptions of his/her needs and emotional distress, should serve as bases for the development of a comprehensive Individual Service Plan (ISP). (See N.J.A.C. 10:37-6, Article VIII.)
2. IPU staff shall attempt to utilize and involve the client's natural supports whenever possible.
3. With the client's consent, staff should also identify living arrangements and employment circumstances, to try to effect a leave of absence without the unnecessary loss of a job or residence.
4. Other assessments and evaluations, as defined in the Division's Service Dictionary, may be made as appropriate.
(b) The following services are to be provided:
1. Health-related;
2. Therapy; and
3. Counseling.
4. Service procurement (Including discharge planning for appropriate community-based mental health, socialization, employment, housing and related social services) where possible.
5. Daily living education.
6. Recreation.
7. Information and referral.
8. Education (For Children's Inpatient and 24-Hour Supervised Treatment Homes).


N.J. Admin. Code § 10:37-5.58

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