10.63.06.06

.06 Denial of License to Provide Community-Based Behavioral Health Services.

A. The Department may deny a license to provide community-based behavioral health services to:

(1) An applicant, if the Departmentís designated approval unit determines that the application does not meet the licensure requirements;

(2) An applicant that has had a license or approval revoked by the Department or other licensing agency, or has surrendered or defaulted on its license or other approval for reasons related to disciplinary action, within the previous 10 years;

(3) An applicant that has an officer who has served as an officer for a provider that has had a license revoked, or has surrendered or defaulted on its license or other approval for reasons related to disciplinary action, within the previous 10 years; or

(4) Any program that discontinues operations without complying with Regulation .10 of this chapter.

B. If the Departmentís designated approval unit denies licensure to an applicant under this chapter, the Departmentís designated approval unit shall give written notice of the proposed denial to the program.

C. The notice of the proposed denial of an application for a license shall include:

(1) The facts that warrant the proposed denial of licensure; and

(2) Notice that the program has a right to a hearing in accordance with Regulation .19 of this chapter.