Residential Intoxication Monitoring Service is certified by the Department of Health Services (DHS) 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.
One year (Provisional)
See Wisconsin Administrative Code Chapter DHS 75.09(2)
According to Chapter DHS 75.03 (2)(c) – Determination. Upon receipt of a completed application for certification DHS shall review the application for compliance with this chapter, which may include an on-site survey. Within 45 days after receiving a completed application, DHS shall either approve or deny the application. If the application for certification is denied, DHS shall give the individual or organization applying for certification reasons, in writing, for the denial and shall inform the individual or organization of a right to appeal that decision under par. (i).
The following applications are required for Community Substance Abuse (CSAS) certification for a Residential Intoxication Monitoring Service:
- F-00517 (Word) - CSAS Residential Intoxication Monitoring Service Initial Certification Application – Chapter DHS 75.09
- F-00523 (Word) - CSAS General Requirements Initial Certification Application – Chapter DHS 75.03
- F-00438 (Word) - CSAS Verification of Criteria (Clinical Supervisor, Medical Director, Physician, or Service Physician) – Chapter DHS 75.02 (11)
- F-62504* (Word) - CSAS or Mental Health Clinic Initial Certification Application
- F-00273* (Word) - Behavioral Health Services Initial Certification Application – Chapter DHS 94 – Patient Rights and Resolution of Patient Grievances
*These applications are not required if the service is being added to an existing certificate.
Caregiver Background Check
A caregiver background check (CBC) is required to be completed for all applicants/legal representatives prior to the approval of any new license, certification or registration of a DQA regulated entity.
- Review information for Licensee Applicants/License Holder Background Checks found on the Caregiver Background Check Process web page for the completion of the Background Information Disclosure (BID) form and Appendix. Complete either the Online Caregiver Background Check (CBC) process or the manual application process.
- Also review information on the requirement for Employee Background Checks found on the Caregiver Background Check Process webpage.
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 75.02, Definitions
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.