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10.47.02.00.htm 10.47.02.00. Title 10 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Subtitle 47 ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE ADMINISTRATION Chapter 02 Specific Program Requirements Authority: Health-General Article, §8-401―8-405 and 19-308, Annotated Code of Maryland
10.47.02.01.htm 10.47.02.01. 01 Scope.. This chapter sets forth additional requirements that a program shall meet to be certified to offer a particular level of treatment. The program shall meet the requirements of COMAR 10.47.01 and 10.47.03.
10.47.02.02.htm 10.47.02.02. 02 Definitions.. In this chapter, terms have the meanings stated in COMAR 10.47.01.02..
10.47.02.03.htm 10.47.02.03. 03 Early Intervention Level 0.5.. A. Prevention Program Description. The prevention program shall treat patients who are, for a known reason, at risk for developing alcohol or other drug abuse or dependence but for whom there is not yet sufficient information to document alcohol or other drug abuse or dependence.B. Patients who are appropriate for this level of treatment shall meet the current edition of the American Society of Addiction Medicine Patient Place
10.47.02.04.htm 10.47.02.04. 04 Outpatient Services Level I.. A. Program Description. The program shall provide outpatient evaluation and treatment to patients who require services for less than 9 hours weekly for adults and 6 hours weekly for adolescents.B. Patients who are appropriate for this level of treatment shall:. 1) Meet the current edition of the American Society of Addiction Medicine Patient Placement Criteria for Level I, or its equivalent as approved by the Administration; and
10.47.02.05.htm 10.47.02.05. 05 Intensive Outpatient Services Level II.1 and Partial Hospitalization Services Level II.5.. A. Program Description. A program shall provide structured outpatient evaluation and treatment to patients who require programming:1) From 9 to 20 hours weekly for adult intensive outpatient services;. 2) From 6 to 20 hours weekly for adolescent intensive outpatient services, based on the adolescents' developmental and clinical needs; and
10.47.02.06.htm 10.47.02.06. 06 Residential Service ― Clinically Managed Low Intensity Treatment Level III.1.. A. Program Description. Clinically managed low intensity treatment programs shall offer treatment services at least 5 hours a week directed toward preventing relapse, applying recovery skills, promoting personal responsibility, and reintegration.B. Patients who are appropriate for this level of treatment shall:. 1) Meet the current edition of the American Society of Addiction Medicine P
10.47.02.07.htm 10.47.02.07. 07 Residential Services ― Clinically Managed Medium Intensity Treatment Level III.3.. A. Program Description. A clinically managed medium intensity treatment program provides a structured environment in combination with medium intensity treatment and ancillary services to support and promote recovery.B. Patients who are appropriate for this level of treatment:. 1) Meet the current edition of the American Society of Addiction Medicine Patient Placement Criteria
10.47.02.08.htm 10.47.02.08. 08 Residential Services ― Clinically Managed High Intensity Treatment Level III.5.. A. Program Description. A clinically managed high intensity residential program shall:. 1) Provide a highly structured environment in combination with moderate to high intensity treatment and ancillary services to support and promote recovery; and2) Be characterized by its reliance on the treatment community as a therapeutic agent.. B. Patients who are appropriate for this level of
10.47.02.09.htm 10.47.02.09. 09 Residential Services ― Medically Monitored Intensive Inpatient Treatment Level III.7.. A. Program Description. A medically monitored intensive inpatient treatment program shall:. 1) Offer a planned regimen of 24-hour professionally directed evaluation, care, and treatment in an inpatient setting;2) Act as an Intermediate Care Facility Type C/D; and. 3) Meet the certification requirements for detoxification services as described in COMAR 10.47.02.10E.
10.47.02.10.htm 10.47.02.10. 10 Detoxification Services.. A. Description of Services. A detoxification program shall provide services to an intoxicated patient by:1) Monitoring the decreasing amount of psychoactive substances in the body;. 2) Managing the withdrawal symptoms; and. 3) Motivating the individual to participate in an appropriate treatment program for alcohol or other drug dependence.B. A detoxification program shall:. 1) Avoid potentially harmful consequences of withdrawal from alcohol and dr
10.47.02.11.htm 10.47.02.11. 11 Opioid Maintenance Therapy.. A. Program Description. Opioid maintenance therapy:. 1) Uses pharmacological interventions, including full and partial opiate agonist treatment medications, to provide treatment, support, and recovery to opioid-addicted patients;2) Is a separate service that is certified and offered by a program as described in COMAR 10.47.02.03―11;3) Complies with the requirements under this regulation; and.
10.47.02.9999.htm 10.47.02.9999. Administrative History Effective date: November 4, 1985 (12:22 Md. R. 2107) ―. Regulations .01―11, DWI Program Protocols, repealed and new Regulations .01―11, Specific Program Requirements, adopted effective June 10, 2002 (29:11 Md. R. 882)Regulation .03 amended as an emergency provision effective April 1, 2008 (35:9 Md. R. 894) amended permanently effective May 5, 2008 (35:9 Md. R. 898)Regulation .04 amended as an emergency provision effective April 1, 2008 (3
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