Or. Admin. R. 415-054-0485 - Screening

(1) The ADSS shall perform a screening interview using documents and procedures designated by the Division for individuals under a DUII Diversion Agreement or convicted of a DUII within the preceding 15 years to determine whether to recommend an individual to a DUII education program or a DUII rehabilitation program.
(2) The ADSS must utilize a screening procedure that at a minimum shall ensure the provision and documentation of the following:
(a) Individuals must be considered for entry without regard to race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, religion, creed, national origin, age (except when program eligibility is restricted to children, adults, or older adults), familial status, marital status, source of income, and disability;
(b) Individuals must receive services in the most timely manner feasible consistent with the presenting circumstances;
(c) Development and maintenance of adequate records and other documentation for each individual served that demonstrates the specific services for which payment has been requested, including documentation of a suicide risk assessment and appropriate referral;
(d) An authorization for the release of information obtained for any confidential information concerning the individual being considered for or receiving services in accordance with ORS 179.505, Federal Confidentiality Regulations (42 CFR, Part 2), and HIPAA; and
(e) Reasonable effort is made to attain appropriate collateral information including but not limited to the individual's DUII arrest record.
(3) At the time of screening, the program must offer to the individual and guardian, if applicable, written program orientation information. The information must be written or, upon request, in an alternative format or language appropriate to the individual's need and must include:
(a) A description of individual rights;
(b) Policy concerning grievances and appeals consistent with these rules to include an example grievance form; and
(c) Notice of privacy practices.
(4) Screening interviews shall be conducted in a face-to-face interview unless:
(a) The individual provides documentation from a health care professional indicating that a face-to-face interview would jeopardize their health or safety;
(b) The individual is a resident of another state or county and lives more than 75 miles from the ADSS service site;
(c) There is inclement weather or other unsafe road conditions; or
(d) Approved by the Division in writing prior to the screening interview.
(5) The ADSS shall clearly document the reason for the absence of a face-to-face interview in the individual record.
(6) Individuals who exhibit risk factors for a substance use disorder as indicated in the Division approved screening tool shall be referred to DUII Rehabilitation Services.
(7) Individuals who do not exhibit risk factors for a substance use disorder as indicated in the Division approved screening tool shall be referred to DUII Education Services.


Or. Admin. R. 415-054-0485
ADS 4-2017, adopt filed 12/18/2017, effective 1/1/2018

Statutory/Other Authority: 413.042 & 430.256

Statutes/Other Implemented: 430.256

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