A Residential Intoxication Monitoring Service is certified by the Department of Health Services under Wisconsin Administrative Code Chapter DHS 75.09.
A residential intoxication monitoring service provides 24-hour per day observation by staff to monitor the safe resolution of alcohol or sedative intoxication and to monitor for the development of alcohol withdrawal for intoxicated patients who are not in need of emergency medical or psychological care. The service is provided in a supportive setting that includes provision of nourishment and emotional support.
Up to two years with annual fee.
Already certified as an AODA Residential Intoxication Monitoring Service.
The Division of Quality Assurance sends desk or site renewal information at least 60 days prior to expiration. These materials are to be returned within 30 days of expiration. Annual renewal of all services and programs are required for certification. If you chose to end this service, please notify the Behavioral Health Certification Section in writing.
The following applications are required for Community Substance Abuse Services (CSAS) recertification for Residential Intoxication Monitoring Service:
- F-00467 (Word) – CSAS Residential Intoxication Monitoring Service Recertification Application – Chapter DHS 75.09
- F-00027* (Word) – CSAS Standards Recertification Application – Chapter DHS 75.03 General Requirements
- F-00276* (Word) – Behavioral Health Services Renewal Certification Application Chapter DHS 94 – Patient Rights and Resolution of Patient Grievances & DHS 92 – Confidentiality of Treatment Records
*These should be completed once per certificate annually.
WI Administrative Code
Chapter DHS 12, Caregiver Background Checks
Chapter DHS 13, Reporting and Investigation of Caregiver Misconduct
Chapter DHS 75 including Appendix A, Appendix B and Appendix C
Chapter DHS 75.03, General Requirements
Chapter DHS 75.09, Residential Intoxication Monitoring Service
Chapter DHS 92, Confidentiality of Treatment of Records
Chapter DHS 94, Patient Rights and Resolution of Patient Grievances
Visit the Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) Treatment Programs website for more information.