peer support / individual recovery support ; face-to-face interaction between an experienced recovery support person and a client individual; peer/recovery support is intended to help clients remain engaged in treatment and/or recovery services, identify and shift their destructive patterns that may lead to relapse. The provider must be recognized by the agency’s governing authority as being qualified to provide this service.
group recovery support; group facilitator and at least two persons who are engaged in substance abuse treatment or recovery support; provide support for individuals in recovery by offering mutual encouragement and becoming connected with others who share similar experiences.
Actively document client progress through their participation in the education or guidance services.
Maintain continuity of education and guidance services while detecting and responding to any unmet, urgent or emergent clinical needs.
Services are provided by qualified staff:
Staff person is certified to deliver the service; has completed training to deliver the service or has a record of performance in the provision of service at least one (1) year.
Personnel file contains documentation that staff person is qualified.
Family, Marital and Life Skills programs shall submit a curriculum for the provision of services to the Department for approval. The curriculum shall include:
outline of the activities to be provided
description of each activity
major objective of activities
All education and guidance service providers shall, at a minimum, maintain the following documentation on each client participating in the educational program:
i. Title of service provided;
ii. Brief description of the service provided;
iii. The date and actual time (beginning and ending times) the service was rendered;