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PDFWAC 388-60B-0430

Completion criteria and core competenciesWhat must the program document for a participant to be eligible to successfully complete treatment?

(1) The program must ensure:
(a) The participant has met the program's written criteria for satisfactory completion of treatment including:
(i) Cooperation with all program rules and requirements;
(ii) The goals or objectives of the participant's treatment plan, which include measurable behavioral changes; and
(iii) The minimum treatment period and requirements;
(b) The participant has attended and complied with all other treatment sessions required by the program, which may include ancillary treatments or classes such as mental health, substance use, or parenting;
(c) The participant is in compliance with all related court orders;
(d) When a participant who is court ordered to pay spousal or child support is behind on payments, they must show a payment plan agreement and documentation that they have been in compliance with the plan for a minimum of six months, in order to be in compliance; and
(e) Documentation of all cognitive and behavioral changes as required through coverage of the treatment topics, the completion of all assignments, and the requirements as outlined in the level of treatment in which they participated.
(2) In order to complete levels one, two, or three treatment the program must also document the participant has successfully demonstrated core competencies:
(a) Accountability and adherence to the participant's accountability plan;
(b) Increased victim safety as evidenced by written documentation of the participant's demonstration of a change in their beliefs which have resulted in the participant's cessation of all violent acts or threats of violence for a minimum of the last six months; and
(c) Knowledge of their personal primary motivations for abusive or controlling behaviors and alternative ways to meet their needs in a nonabusive manner.
(3) In order to complete level four treatment, the program must document the following in the participant's file:
(a) The participant's plan for how they will meet their needs in nonabusive, legal, and healthy ways;
(b) The problem solving and self-control skills the participant has learned and demonstrated in treatment to deal with unpleasant feelings; and
(c) The program's assessment of satisfactory changes to the participant's environmental factors such as peer groups, employment, or substance use.
[WSR 19-15-044, recodified as § 388-60B-0430, filed 7/11/19, effective 7/28/19. WSR 18-14-078, recodified as § 110-60A-0430, filed 6/29/18, effective 7/1/18. Statutory Authority: RCW 26.50.150. WSR 18-12-034, § 388-60A-0430, filed 5/29/18, effective 6/29/18.]
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