Assessment: A clinical evaluation completed by a substance use disorders professional to determine the level of care that is most appropriate for the client as well as other areas to be addressed in the treatment plan.
Case Management/Continuous Recovery Monitoring: On-going follow-up services with clients to identify and address any barriers or threats to recovery.
DOT ASAP Evaluations: A DOT-qualified SAP initially evaluates drivers who have violated DOT drug and alcohol regulations and makes recommendations concerning education, treatment, follow-up testing, and aftercare. Once the education and/or treatment is successfully completed, the SAP reassesses the driver’s condition and, if satisfied with the driver’s compliance, completes an SAP report and prescribes a series of follow-up tests covering a period of one to five years. Any motor carrier employing this driver during the prescribed period must complete the follow-up testing as specified by the SAP.
Screening: Alcohol and/or drug screening, done by Behavioral Health practitioners: A brief process designed to identify an individual who has an alcohol and/or drug use problem, or is at risk for developing one, by using a screening instrument and evaluating responses to questions about alcohol and/or drug use.Screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT), done by SBIRT-trained medical professionals: An evidence-based practice used to identify, reduce and prevent substance use. The goal of SBIRT is to identify individuals who are at risk for substance use problems in order to provide them with information; conduct brief interventions; and provide referrals to services, as needed. Further information on Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment program services can be found online here.
Outpatient SUD Services: Individual, Family, and Group Counseling for Alcohol and/or drug use disorders. These services are provided by a clinician to assist individuals and their families to achieve treatment objectives through the exploration of substance use disorders and their ramifications, including an examination of attitudes and feelings, and consideration of alternative solutions and decision making with regard to alcohol and other drug-related problems.
Recovery Support Services: Non-clinical services that reduce or remove barriers to a client entering and/or sustaining recovery.