2. Individual Transportation
Any individual providing transportation who does not meet the definition of public or Agency Transportation and provides only transportation services to an eligible client.
Please Note—only individual transportation providers who are approved by the Bureau of Substance Use Disorders can be reimbursed.
3. Agency Transportation
An entity whose employees or agents provide transportation services in addition to one or more other services to the same eligible client.
1. Programs seeking approval for transportation services shall meet the following requirements:
have a valid driver’s license. Agencies shall maintain documentation of appropriate licensure for all employees transporting clients.
adhere to all laws, rules and regulations applicable to drivers and vehicles of the type used.
continuously maintain liability insurance that covers passengers. Individual providers must carry at least the minimum insurance required by Idaho law. If an agency permits employees to transport clients in employee’s personal vehicles, the agency must ensure that adequate insurance coverage is carried to cover those circumstances.
Other modes of transportation, including personal vehicle, assistance by family, friends and charitable organizations, are unavailable or impractical under the circumstances.
Individuals providing transportation services or who have unsupervised direct contact with children under 18 (eighteen) years of age, must have a current Criminal History Check. Checks must be conducted by the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare.
Transportation is not covered by the agency to which the client is being transported.
The person for whom services are billed is actually transported for all the distance billed.
Transportation is paid on a reimbursement basis only.