OAR 309-022-0150
Minimum Program Requirements

ITS providers shall meet the following general requirements:
(1) Maintain the organizational capacity and interdisciplinary treatment capability to deliver clinically and developmentally appropriate services in the medically appropriate amount, intensity, and duration for each child specific to the child’s diagnosis, level of functioning, and the acuity and severity of the child’s psychiatric symptoms.
(2) Maintain 24-hour, seven days per week treatment responsibility for children in the program.
(3) Non-residential programs shall maintain on-call capability at all times to respond directly or by referral to the treatment needs of children, including crises, 24 hours per day, and seven days per week.
(4) Inform the Division and the legal guardian within twenty-four hours of reportable incidents.
(5) Maintain linkages with primary care physicians, CMHPs, and MHOs and the child’s parent or guardian to coordinate necessary continuing care resources for the child.
(6) Maintain linkages with the applicable education service district or school district to coordinate and provide the necessary educational services for the children and integrate education services in all phases of assessment, service and support planning, active treatment, and transition planning.

Source: Rule 309-022-0150 — Minimum Program Requirements, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=309-022-0150.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 309-022-0150’s source at or​.us