Or. Admin. R. 309-019-0165 - Intensive Outpatient Services and Supports (IOSS) for Children
(1) IOSS services may be delivered at a clinic, facility, home, school, other provider or allied agency location, or other setting as identified by the child and family team. In addition to services specified by the service plan and the standards for outpatient mental health services, IOSS services shall include:
(a) Provider participation on the child and family team or wraparound team;
(b) A documented proactive safety and crisis plan developed by the child and family team. The proactive safety and crisis plan shall at minimum include:
(A) Strategies designed to facilitate positive alternatives to challenging behavior and to assist the individual in developing adaptive and functional living skills;
(B) Strategies to avert potential crisis without placement disruptions;
(C) Professional and natural supports to provide 24 hours, seven days per week flexible response; and
(D) Documented informed consent from the parent or guardian.
(2) IOSS providers shall include the following additional documentation in the service record:
(a) Identified care coordinator and care coordination provider as well as documentation of provider participation on child and family team or wraparound team;
(b) Documented identification of strengths and needs;
(c) A summary and review of service coordination planning by the provider or by the child and family team or wraparound team when applicable; and
(d) A documented proactive safety and crisis plan.
Statutory/Other Authority: ORS 161.390, 413.042, 430.256 & 430.640
Statutes/Other Implemented: ORS 161.390 - 161.400, 428.205 - 428.270, 430.010, 430.205 - 430.210, 430.254- 430.640 & 430.850 - 430.955
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