317:30-5-95.43. Residential substance use disorder (SUD) treatment
(a) Purpose. The purpose of sections OAC 317:30-5-95.43 - 317:30-5-95.49 is to establish the procedures and requirements for residential treatment facilities providing SUD treatment services.
(b) Definitions. The following words and terms, when used in the aforementioned sections, shall have the following meanings unless the context clearly indicates otherwise.
(1) "ASAM" means the American Society of Addiction Medicine.
(2) "ASAM criteria" means the most recent edition of the American Society of Addiction Medicine's published criteria for admission to treatment, continued services, and discharge.
(3) "ASAM levels of care" means the different options for treatment as described below and in the current edition of the ASAM criteria that vary according to the intensity of the services offered. Each treatment option is a level of care.
(A) "ASAM level 3" means residential and inpatient services and encompasses ASAM levels 3.1, 3.3, 3.5 and 3.7.
(B) "ASAM level 3.1" means clinically managed low-intensity residential services for adolescents and adults. This level of care typically provides at least five (5) hours of clinical services a week and provides a twenty-four (24) hour living support and structure with trained personnel. The corresponding service description for this level of care is halfway house services.
(C) "ASAM level 3.3" means clinically managed population-specific high-intensity residential services. This level of care is for adults only and typically offers twenty-four (24) hour care with trained personnel and is designed to accommodate individuals with cognitive or other impairments. The corresponding service description for this level of care is residential treatment for adults with co-occurring disorders.
(D) "ASAM level 3.5" means clinically managed medium-intensity residential services for adolescents and clinically managed high-intensity residential services for adults. This level of care provides twenty-four (24) hour care and offers a wide range of therapeutic services. The corresponding service descriptions for this level of care are residential treatment and intensive residential treatment.
(E) "ASAM level 3.7" means medically monitored high-intensity inpatient services for adolescents and medically monitored intensive inpatient withdrawal management for adults. This level of care provides twenty-four (24) hour nursing care with physician supervision and medication availability. This level of care is appropriate for individuals withdrawing from alcohol or other drugs with subacute biomedical and emotional, behavioral, or cognitive problems severe enough to require inpatient treatment but for whom hospitalization is not necessary. The corresponding service description for this level of care is medically supervised withdrawal management.
(4) "Care management services" means an assessment of a member, development of a care plan, and referral and linkage to SUD community supports and community-based or lower level of care services to promote continued recovery after the individual discharges from the treatment facility.
(5) "Co-occurring disorder (COD)" means any combination of mental health symptoms and SUD symptoms or diagnoses that affect a member and are typically determined by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM).
(6) "DSM" means the most recent edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) published by the American Psychiatric Association.
(7) "ODMHSAS" means the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS).
(8) "Rehabilitation services" means face-to-face individual or group services provided by qualified staff to develop skills necessary to perform activities of daily living and successful integration into community life. Rehabilitation services for substance use disorders are also referred to as skill development services.
(9) "Service plan" means the document used during the process by which an LBHP or a licensure candidate and the member together and jointly identify and rank problems, establish agreed-upon immediate short-term and long-term goals, and decide on the treatment process and resources to be utilized.
(10) "Substance use disorder (SUD)" means alcohol or drug dependence, or psychoactive SUD as defined by the most recent DSM criteria.
(11) "Therapeutic services" means professional services during which members engage in identifying, addressing and/or resolving issues identified in the member's service plan.
(12) "Treatment hours B residential" means the structured hours in which a member is involved in receiving professional services to assist in achieving recovery.