Substance Use Disorder Treatment Services
(1)Substance Use Disorder (SUD) treatment services include, but are not limited to, screening; assessment; individual counseling; group counseling; individual family, group or couple counseling; care coordination; medication-assisted treatment; medication management; collection and handling of specimens for substance analysis; interpretation services; detoxification for substance use disorders; synthetic opioid treatment; and acupuncture.
(2)Providers seeking reimbursement for the provision of substance use disorder services within the scope of their practice under state law shall meet one of the following qualifications:
(a)Certificate issued by the Division as described in OAR chapter 415 division 012;
(b)Any facility that meets the definition of a residential treatment facility for substance-dependent individuals under ORS 443.400 (Definitions for ORS 443.400 to 443.455) or a detoxification center as defined in ORS 430.306 (Definitions) shall have a certificate issued by the Division as described in OAR chapter 415, division 012;
(c)Synthetic opioid treatment programs shall meet the requirements described in OAR chapter 415, division 020;
(d)Substance use detoxification programs shall meet the standards described in OAR 415, chapter 050;
(e)Physician or Physician Assistant licensed by the State of Oregon;
(f)Advanced Practice Nurse including Clinical Nurse Specialist and Certified Nurse Practitioner licensed by the Oregon Board of Nursing;
(g)Professional Counselor or Marriage and Family Therapist licensed by the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists;
(h)Clinical Social Worker licensed by the Oregon Board of Licensed Social Workers;
(i)Psychologist licensed by the Oregon Board of Psychology;
(j)Licensed Psychologist Associate granted independent status as described in OAR 858-010-0039 (Application for Independent Status — Psychologist Associate);
(k)Licensed Master Social Worker licensed by the Oregon Board of Licensed Social Workers as described in OAR 877-015-0105;
(L)Acupuncturist licensed by the Oregon Medical Board.
(3)Board registered intern providers shall be supervised by a paid provider described in section (2)(g-i) of this rule under an active board approved plan of practice and supervision and meet one of the following qualifications:
(a)Psychologist Associate Residents as described in OAR 858-010-0037 (Supervised Work Experience — Psychologist Associate);
(b)Licensed Psychologist Associate under continued supervision as described in OAR 858-010-0038 (Continued Supervision — Licensed Psychologist Associate);
(c)Licensed Professional Counselor intern or Marriage and Family Therapist intern registered with the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists as described in OAR 833-050-0011 (Intern Registration Method);
(d)Certificate of Clinical Social Work Associate issued by the Oregon Board of Licensed Social Workers as described in OAR 877-020-0009 (Requirements for Certificate of Clinical Social Work Associate);
(e)Registered bachelor of social work issued by the Oregon Board of Licensed Social Workers as described in OAR 877-015-0105.
(4)Providers exempt from licensure or registration per ORS 675.090 (Application of ORS 675.010 to 675.150)(f), 675.523 (License or certification required to practice clinical social work)(3) or 675.825 (Prohibited practices)(c) shall be employed by or contracted with a provider organization certified by the Authority under ORS 430.610 (Legislative policy) to 430.695 (Treatment of certain receipts as offsets to state funds) as described in (2)(a–d) of this rule and meet one of the following qualifications:
(a)Qualified mental health professional as defined in OAR 309-019-0125 (Specific Staff Qualifications and Competencies)(8);
(b)Qualified mental health associate as defined in OAR 309-019-0125 (Specific Staff Qualifications and Competencies)(7);
(c)Mental health intern as defined in OAR 309-019-0105 (Definitions)(68); or
(d)Peer-Support Specialist or Recovery Mentor as defined in OAR 410-180-0305 (Definitions)(13);
(e)Substance Use Disorder counselor certified by a national or state accrediting body.
Rule 410-172-0670 — Substance Use Disorder Treatment Services,