Or. Admin. R. 415-054-0490 - Referrals

(1) After completion of a screening interview, the ADSS shall initiate a referral to the Division approved DUII services provider of the individual's choice using forms and procedures designated by the Division.
(2) The ADSS shall provide the individual with a list of all Division approved DUII services providers:
(a) Within the geographic area preferred by the individual; and
(b) In any other geographic area capable of responding to a specific need including but not limited to:
(A) Ability to pay or seek reimbursement through insurance;
(B) Primary language;
(C) Culturally-specific services; or
(D) Hours of operation.
(3) The individual record shall include documentation of which Division approved DUII services providers were offered for referral that has been signed and dated by the individual.
(4) The ADSS may not deny a referral to any Division approved DUII services provider except in cases where the referral would constitute an imminent health or safety risk to the individual. Denials shall be clearly documented in the individual record and include the reason for the denial including the specific health or safety risk posed.
(5) Within three calendar days of a denial being made, the ADSS shall report to the Division using Division approved forms and procedures.
(6) Within five calendar days of the screening, the ADSS shall forward a copy of the Division approved referral form and completed screening instrument to:
(a) The selected DUII services provider; and
(b) The individual.
(7) When the individual is a resident of a state other than Oregon, the ADSS may refer the individual to a program licensed by and located in the individual's state of residency.
(8) Referrals to out-of-state substance use disorder service providers shall also include a copy of applicable Oregon Administrative Rules for issuance of a DUII Treatment Completion Certificate.


Or. Admin. R. 415-054-0490
ADS 4-2010(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 9-20-10 thru 3-9-11; ADS 2-2011. f. 3-8-11, cert. ef. 3-9-11; ADS 4-2017, amend filed 12/18/2017, effective 1/1/2018

Statutory/Other Authority: ORS 430.256 & 413.042

Statutes/Other Implemented: ORS 430.256

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