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LEVEL II.1 – Dual Diagnosis Enhances.

Status characterized by (a) or (b) or (c):

a)

Diagnosed emotional, behavioral, or cognitive disorder requires management or stabilization due to potential for distraction from treatment; OR

b)

There is a mild risk of endangering self, others, or property; OR

c)

A significant risk of victimization by another but safety should be maintained with 9 or more hours of contact per week.

LEVEL II.5 – PARTIAL HOSPITALIZATION

Status characterized by (a) or (b):

a)

A history of mild to moderate psychiatric decompensation on discontinuation of drugs of abuse indicates need for monitoring at this frequency of contact to permit early intervention; OR

b)

Contact with professional staff at this frequency and intensity is required for the patient to maintain behavioral stability.

LEVEL II.5 – Dual Diagnosis Enhanced

Status characterized by (a) or (b) or (c):

a)

Inability to maintain behavioral stability over a 48-hour period and requires mental health services for stabilization; OR

b)

A history of moderate psychiatric decompensation and such decompensation is currently observable; OR

c)

At mild to moderate risk of endangering self, others, or property and is at imminent risk of relapse with dangerous emotional, behavioral, or cognitive consequences in the absence of near daily contact with 20 or more hours of structure services per week.

LEVEL III.1 – CLINICALLLY MANAGED LOW-INTENSITY RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT

Status characterized by (a)  and any of (b) through (e)

a)

Emotional stability and cognitive functioning are assesses as sufficiently stable to allow participation at this level of care and benefit from treatment; AND

b)

Psychiatric condition is stable and assessed as not posing a risk to self or others, but there is imminent likelihood of relapse with dangerous consequences outside of a structure environment; OR

c)

Symptoms and functional deficits are sufficiently severe that maintaining mental stability and/or abstinence is unlikely unless treatment is provided in a residential setting; OR

d)

Demonstrated inability to maintain stable behavior over a 24-hour period without the structure and support of a residential setting; OR

e)

Co-occurring emotional, behavioral, or cognitive conditions are being addressed concurrently through appropriate psychiatric services.

LEVEL III.1 – Dual Diagnosis Enhanced

Status characterized by (a) and either (B) or (c):

a)

Assessed as able to safely access the community for work education, and other community resources; AND

b)

Requires monitoring of psychiatric symptoms concurrent with addiction treatment; OR

c)

History suggests need for medication, monitoring, ongoing assessment of psychiatric symptoms, or behavioral management techniques to prevent distractions from treatment efforts.

LEVEL III.3 – CLINICALLY MANAGED MEDIUM-INTENSITY RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT

Status characterized by (a) and one or more of (b) through (g)

a)

Mental  status is sufficiently stable to permit the patient ot participate in and benefit from the therapeutic interventions provided at this level of care with its 24-hour structured environment;  AND

b)

Emotional, behavioral, or cognitive conditions significantly interfere with activities of daily living and recovery; OR

c)

Violent or disruptive behavior when intoxicated poses a danger to self or others; OR

d)

Stress behaviors related to recent or threatened losses significantly impair activities of daily living so as to require a secure environment to focus on the substance use and/or mental health problems; OR

e)

Concomitant personality disorders are of such severity that the accompanying dysfunctional behaviors require continuous structure interventions; OR

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