SECTION .4100 ‑ RESIDENTIAL REcovERY PROGRAMS FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH SUBSTANCE ABUSE DISORDERS AND THEIR CHILDREN

 

10A NCAC 27g .4101       SCOPE

(a)  A 24-hour residential recovery program is a professionally supervised residential facility which provides trained staff who work intensively with individuals with substance abuse disorders who provide or have the potential to provide primary care for their children.

(b)  These programs shall include, for each parent in the program, assessment/referral, individual and group therapy, therapeutic parenting skills, basic independent living skills, educational groups, child supervision, aftercare, follow-up and access to preventive and primary health care.

(c)  Goals for parent-child interaction shall be established and progress towards meeting these goals shall be documented in the parent's service record.

(d)  The facility may utilize services from another facility providing treatment, support or medical services.

(e)  Services shall be designed to provide a safe and healthy environment for clients and their children.

(f)  Each facility shall assist the individual with the development of independent living skills in preparation for community based living.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 143B-147;

Eff. May 1, 1996;

Temporary Amendment Eff. February 15, 2002;

Amended Eff. April 1, 2003.