Or. Admin. R. 410-173-0060 - HCBS Behavioral Habilitation

Current through Register Vol. 60, No. 12, December 1, 2021

(1) HCBS Behavioral Habilitation Services are designed to assist and support an individual to maintain, learn, or improve skills and functioning in ADL and IADL due to the symptoms of a behavioral health condition.
(2) HCBS Behavioral Habilitation Services consists of the following service provisions identified in the PCSP:
(a) Behavioral supports;
(b) Training and education-psychosocial skills;
(c) Active therapies.
(3) HCBS Behavioral Habilitation Services shall include the following:
(a) Evidence-based or evidence-informed practices; and
(b) The amount, frequency, duration, and scope of services identified in the PCSP.
(4) HCBS Behavioral Habilitation Services shall be provided in the following settings, as identified in the PCSP:
(a) Community;
(b) Individual's own or family home;
(c) AFH;
(d) RTF;
(e) RTH.
(5) HCBS Behavioral Habilitation Services shall be provided by the following provider types who meet the qualifications defined in OAR 309-019, OAR 410--172, or OAR 410-180:
(a) AFH providers;
(b) RTF providers;
(c) RTH providers;
(d) QMHP;
(e) QMHA;
(f) Recovery Assistant;
(g) Certified Peer Support Specialist; or
(h) Mental Health Intern.


Or. Admin. R. 410-173-0060
DMAP 46-2019, adopt filed 11/07/2019, effective 11/26/2019

Statutory/Other Authority: ORS 413.032, 413.042, 411.025, 426.495, 430.610 & 430.630

Statutes/Other Implemented: ORS 413.032, 413.042, 426.495, 430.610 & 430.630

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