Current Wis. Admin. Code ch. DHS 75 (PDF) is still in effect until October 1, 2022. You will need to scroll to find your subchapter, sections, subsections, or paragraphs.
An outpatient treatment service is a non-residential treatment service totaling less than 12 hours of counseling per patient per week, which provides a variety of evaluation, diagnostic, crisis and treatment services relating to substance abuse to ameliorate negative symptoms and restore effective functioning. Services include individual counseling and intervention and may include group therapy and referral to non-substance abuse services that may occur over an extended period.
Up to 2 years with an annual fee.
Renewal information is sent by the Division of Quality Assurance at least 60 days prior to expiration. These materials are to be returned within 30 days of expiration. If you require duplicate information, contact the Division of Quality Assurance, Behavioral Health Certification Section at the number or email above.
The following applications are required for Community Substance Abuse Services (CSAS) recertification for an Outpatient Treatment Service:
- Community Substance Abuse Services (CSAS) Outpatient Clinic Recertification Application - DHS 75.13 Outpatient Treatment Service, F-00302
- CSAS Standards Recertification Application - DHS 75.03, F-00027*
- Behavioral Health Services Recertification Application - DHS 94 Patients Rights and Resolution of Patient Grievances DHS 92 Confidentiality of Treatment Records, F-00276*
* These should be completed once per certificate annually.
WI Administrative Code
Wisconsin Admin. Code ch. DHS 12, Caregiver Background Checks
Wisconsin Admin. Code ch. DHS 13, Reporting and Investigation of Caregiver Misconduct
Wisconsin Admin. Admin. Code § DHS 75.02, Definitions
Wisconsin Admin. Admin. Code § DHS 75.03, General Requirements
Wisconsin Admin. Admin. Code § DHS 75.13, Outpatient Treatment Service
Wisconsin Admin. Code ch. DHS 92, Confidentiality of Treatment of Records
Wisconsin Admin. Code ch. DHS 94, Patient Rights and Resolution of Patient Grievances
Visit the Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) Treatment Programs webpage for more information.
Apply for Wisconsin Medicaid (Title 19) once you are certified as a narcotic treatment service for opiate addiction.