(1) A chemical dependency professional (CDP), or a CDP trainee under supervision of a CDP, must be responsible for the overall treatment plan for each patient, including:
(a) Patient involvement in treatment planning;
(b) Documentation of progress toward patient attainment of goals; and
(c) Completeness of patient records.
(2) A CDP or a CDP trainee under supervision of a CDP must:
(a) Develop the individualized treatment plan based upon the assessment and update the treatment plan based upon achievement of goals, or when new problems are identified;
(b) Conduct individual and group counseling;
(c) Develop the continuing care plan; and
(d) Complete the discharge summary.
(3) A CDP, or CDP trainee under supervision of a CDP, must also include in the treatment plan for youth problems identified in specific youth assessment, including any referrals to school and community support services.
(4) A CDP, or CDP trainee under supervision of a CDP, must follow up when a patient misses an appointment to:
(a) Try to motivate the patient to stay in treatment; and
(b) Report a noncompliant patient to the committing authority as appropriate.
(5) A CDP, or CDP trainee under supervision of a CDP, must involve each patient's family or other support persons, when the patient gives written consent:
(a) In the treatment program; and
(b) In self-help groups.
(6) When transferring a patient from one certified treatment service to another within the same agency, at the same location, a CDP, or a CDP trainee under supervision of a CDP, must:
(a) Update the patient assessment and treatment plan; and
(b) Provide a summary report of the patient's treatment and progress, in the patient's record.
(7) A CDP, or CDP trainee under supervision of a CDP, must meet with each patient at the time of discharge from any treatment agency, unless in detox or when a patient leaves treatment without notice, to:
(a) Finalize a continuing care plan to assist in determining appropriate recommendation for care;
(b) Assist the patient in making contact with necessary agencies or services; and
(c) Provide the patient a copy of the plan.
(8) When transferring a patient to another treatment provider, the current provider must forward copies of the following information to the receiving provider when a release of confidential information is signed by the patient:
(a) Patient demographic information;
(b) Diagnostic assessment statement and other assessment information, including:
(i) Documentation of the HIV/AIDS intervention;
(ii) TB test result;
(iii) A record of the patient's detox and treatment history;
(iv) The reason for the transfer; and
(v) Court mandated, department of correction supervision status or agency recommended follow-up treatment.
(c) Discharge summary; and
(d) The plan for continuing care or treatment.
(9) A CDP, or CDP trainee under supervision of a CDP, must complete a discharge summary, within seven days of each patient's discharge from the agency, which includes:
(a) The date of discharge; and
(b) A summary of the patient's progress toward each treatment goal, except in detox.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 70.96A.040, chapter 70.96A RCW, and 42 C.F.R. Part 8. 08-24-083, § 388-805-315, filed 12/1/08, effective 1/1/09. Statutory Authority: RCW 70.96A.090, 70.96A.142, 70.96A.157, chapter 70.96A RCW, 2004 c 166, 2005 c 70 and 504, 42 C.F.R. Parts 2 and 8. 06-11-096, § 388-805-315, filed 5/17/06, effective 6/17/06. Statutory Authority: RCW 70.96A.090, chapter 70.96A RCW, 2001 c 242, 42 C.F.R. Part 8. 03-20-020, § 388-805-315, filed 9/23/03, effective 10/25/03. Statutory Authority: RCW 70.96A.090 and chapter 70.96A RCW. 00-23-107, § 388-805-315, filed 11/21/00, effective 1/1/01.]