Comprehensive Diagnostic Assessment
(1)Written Procedure: The program will develop and implement a written procedure for assessing each client’s treatment needs that includes collection and assessing data obtained through interview, observation, testing, and review of previous treatment or other written records.
(2)Assessment: The diagnostic assessment will be documented in the permanent client record. The assessment will include:
(a)Clinical formulation of presenting problems; the six dimensions of the ASAM PPC 2-R; important biological, psychological and social factors; medical and trauma history; clinical events and course of substance use or mental illness including onset, duration and severity of presenting concerns; consumer or family expectations for recovery; justification for treatment services and prognosis; current medication regime; and data to support a DSM Five-axis Diagnosis;
(b)A Criminal Risk Factor Assessment and the individual Oregon Corrections Plan;
(c)Documentation of the client’s self-identified cultural background, including level of acculturation, knowledge of own culture, primary language, spiritual or religious interests, and cultural attitude about Alcohol and Other Drugs use;
(d)The date of the assessment;
(e)The signature, signature date, and credentials of the program staff member completing the assessment; and
(f)If Alcohol and Other Drugs treatment is not appropriate or contraindicated, include a written statement justifying the determination.
Rule 415-057-0060 — Comprehensive Diagnostic Assessment,