What must a treatment program consider when developing an individual treatment plan for a participant?
(1) A treatment program must:
(a) Assess whether a participant should be required to engage in drug and alcohol, mental health, or other treatment services while they are participating in the treatment program;
(b) Decide which treatment gets priority for the participant if more than one treatment service is recommended;
(c) Determine the sequence of other services if concurrent treatment is not clinically appropriate; and
(d) Make appropriate referrals to outside agencies.
(2) A treatment program must consider issues relating to a participant's prior victimization when designing each treatment plan.
The program must consider the appropriateness of domestic violence victim services in lieu of perpetrator treatment for a participant who presents an extensive history of prior victimization.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 26.50.150
. WSR 01-08-046, § 388-60-0205, filed 3/30/01, effective 4/30/01.]