DHS 62.03(9) (9) “Dependency" means the use of alcohol, a controlled substance, controlled substance analog, or other drug, to the extent that it interferes with a user's physical or mental health or social or economic functioning.
DHS 62.03(10) (10) “Designated coordinator" means a person appointed by a board under s. DHS 62.04 (5) who has completed the driver assessment training described under s. DHS 62.05 (3), and who is knowledgeable in the psychopharmacology of substances, addiction and addiction treatment, and sentencing and other procedures relating to violations of s. 343.305 (3), 346.63, 940.09, or 940.25, Stats.
DHS 62.03(11) (11) “Driver safety plan" means an individualized plan that specifies recommended treatment, education, other services, or a combination of these, directed toward reducing a client's inclination to drive under the influence of alcohol, a controlled substance, or controlled substance analog.
DHS 62.03(12) (12) “Driver safety plan provider" or “plan provider" means any one of the following:
DHS 62.03(12)(a) (a) An approved public treatment facility or an approved private treatment facility certified by the department under ch. DHS 75 to provide substance abuse services or a comparable agency lawfully established for that purpose in another state.
DHS 62.03(12)(b) (b) A traffic safety school under ch. Trans 106 or comparable school established as a traffic safety school in another state.
DHS 62.03(12)(c) (c) A substance abuse treatment program administered by the federal veterans administration that is accredited by the joint commission on the accreditation of health organizations or another nationally recognized health care accrediting body.
DHS 62.03(13) (13) “Drug" has the meaning given under s. 961.01 (11), Stats.
DHS 62.03(14) (14) “Group dynamics traffic safety program" has the meaning given in s. Trans 106.02 (6).
DHS 62.03 Note Note: Section Trans 106.02 (6) defines “group dynamics traffic safety program" as a course that is approved by the department of transportation under s. 345.60, Stats., that encourages students to examine their chemical use habits, discuss their chemical use and their driving behavior and formulate an alternative life style which would improve their ability to safely operate a motor vehicle.
DHS 62.03 Note Note: For the purposes and use in this chapter, chemical is interpreted to have the same meaning as substance.
DHS 62.03(15) (15) “Interagency program for the intoxicated driver committee" or “IPID committee" means a collection of agency and organization representatives appointed by a board to guide the development and implementation of the intoxicated driver program.
DHS 62.03(16) (16) “Intoxicated driver assessment “ or “assessment" means an examination of a client's use of alcohol; a controlled substance; or a controlled substance analog by an intoxicated driver assessor.
DHS 62.03(17) (17) “Intoxicated driver assessment facility" or “assessment facility" means an approved private treatment facility or an approved public treatment facility that is certified under s. DHS 75.13 as an outpatient treatment service or s. DHS 75.16 as an intervention service and designated under s. DHS 62.04 (1) by a board to conduct intoxicated driver assessments.
DHS 62.03(18) (18) “Intoxicated driver assessor" or “assessor" means a person who is employed by or under contract with an assessment facility to conduct intoxicated driver assessments.
DHS 62.03(19) (19) “Local traffic safety school coordinator" means an individual appointed by the Wisconsin technical college district to oversee traffic safety school programs.
DHS 62.03(20) (20) “Multiple offender traffic safety program" has the meaning given in s. Trans 106.02 (8).
DHS 62.03 Note Note: Section Trans 106.02 (8) defines “multiple offender traffic safety program" as a course that is approved by the department of transportation under s. 345.60, Stats., that encourages students who have multiple traffic offenses involving chemical use to examine their chemical use habits, discuss their chemical use and their driving behavior and formulate an alternative life style which would improve their ability to safely operate a motor vehicle.
DHS 62.03 Note Note: For the purposes and use in this chapter, chemical is interpreted to have the same meaning as substance.
DHS 62.03(21) (21) “Substance" means alcohol, a psychoactive agent, or chemical that principally affects the central nervous system and alters mood or behavior.
DHS 62.03(22) (22) “Substance abuse" means use of alcohol or other drugs individually or in combination in a manner that interferes with functioning.
DHS 62.03(23) (23) “Traffic safety school" means all of the following:
DHS 62.03(23)(a) (a) A group dynamics traffic safety program certified under s. Trans 106.02 (6).
DHS 62.03(23)(b) (b) A multiple offender traffic safety program certified under s. Trans 106.02 (8).
DHS 62.03(24) (24) “Treatment" means the planned provision of services under ss. DHS 75.05 to 75.15 that are sensitive and responsive to a client's age, disability, if any, gender and culture that are conducted under clinical supervision to assist the client through the process of recovery.
DHS 62.03 Note Note: Treatment functions include screening, application of approved placement criteria, intake, orientation, assessment, individualized treatment planning, intervention, individual or group and family counseling, medication management, referral discharge planning, after care or continuing care, recordkeeping, consultation with other professionals regarding the client's treatment, recovery, or case management, and may include crisis intervention, client education, vocational assistance and problem resolution in life skills functioning.
DHS 62.03(25) (25) “Wisconsin assessment of the impaired driver" or “WAID" means the tool required for use in conducting intoxicated driver assessments.
DHS 62.03 History History: CR 06-035: cr. Register, November 2006, No. 611, eff. 12-1-06; corrections in (1), (8), (12) (a), (17) and (24) made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 6. and 7., Stats., Register November 2008 No. 635.
DHS 62.04 DHS 62.04Board responsibilities for the intoxicated driver program. Pursuant to authority under s. 51.42, Stats., a board shall implement an intoxicated driver program in the board's geographic area. To implement the intoxicated driver program, the board shall do all of the following:
DHS 62.04(1) (1) Designate a single intoxicated driver assessment facility that meets the qualifications and standards set forth under s. DHS 62.05.
DHS 62.04(2) (2) Designate driver safety plan providers who provide treatment to clients.
DHS 62.04(3) (3) Implement written policies, procedures, and guidelines that address all of the following:
DHS 62.04(3)(a) (a) Client records. Policies, procedures, and guidelines shall address all of the following:
DHS 62.04(3)(a)1. 1. Custodian of client records.
DHS 62.04(3)(a)2. 2. Confidentiality of client records. Policies, procedures, or guidelines shall be consistent with s. DHS 62.13, ch. DHS 92 and applicable state and federal laws.
DHS 62.04(3)(a)3. 3. Client record retention and disposal.
DHS 62.04(3)(a)4. 4. Transfer of client records between agencies.
DHS 62.04(3)(b) (b) Collaboration with and consultation to the courts, assessment facilities, out-of state assessment agencies, and driver safety plan providers.
DHS 62.04(3)(c) (c) Fees that may be charged to clients under ch. DHS 1 and s. DHS 62.11 including notification to clients of the client's liability for fees.
DHS 62.04(3)(d) (d) Client rights and appeals of assessments, driver safety plans, and reports of noncompliance.
DHS 62.04(3)(e) (e) Conflict of interest guidelines.
DHS 62.04(3)(f) (f) Client referrals to driver safety plan providers, to assessment facilities within the geographic area and other counties, and to out-of-state assessment agencies.
DHS 62.04(3)(g) (g) Illegal discrimination by programs and staff.
DHS 62.04(3)(h) (h) Training requirements.
DHS 62.04(3)(i) (i) Assessments, including screening instruments and driver safety plans.
DHS 62.04(3)(j) (j) Alternative education, including method for approvals.
DHS 62.04(3)(k) (k) Procedures for assessments and driver safety plan services for persons referred from another board's geographic area, another state, or the Wisconsin department of corrections.
DHS 62.04(3)(L) (L) Requests from assessment facilities to extend the time to conduct assessments or driver safety plans.
DHS 62.04(4) (4) Establish an IPID committee, if appropriate.
DHS 62.04(5) (5) Appoint a designated coordinator to be responsible for the intoxicated driver program on behalf of the board. The designated coordinator shall provide or arrange for all of the following:
DHS 62.04(5)(a) (a) Participation in intoxicated driver program development, implementation and problem resolution.
DHS 62.04(5)(b) (b) Consultation as needed to assessment facilities, driver safety plan providers, local traffic safety coordinators, clients, and the public as appropriate on board policy and procedures, requirements of this chapter, and fees.
DHS 62.04(5)(c) (c) Information or assistance and consultation, to the courts which includes all of the following:
DHS 62.04(5)(c)1. 1. Informing the courts of the location, telephone number, and fees of the assessment facility.
DHS 62.04(5)(c)2. 2. Providing information about that board's assessment process that the court may use to inform adjudicated clients.
DHS 62.04(5)(c)3. 3. Making the court aware that the court's order should refer a Wisconsin resident directly to an assessment facility in the resident's county of residence, refer an individual without an established residence to the facility in the county of conviction, and refer an out–of–state resident to the facility in the county of conviction or to a Wisconsin border county facility when this is more convenient for the individual.
DHS 62.04(5)(c)4. 4. Informing the court about the use of the form MV 3632, Court Order for Intoxicated Driver Assessment and Driver Safety Plan.
DHS 62.04 Note Note: Form MV 3632, Court Order for Intoxicated Driver Assessment and Driver Safety Plan can be obtained by mailing or faxing a completed form DT1435 to: Maps and Publications Sales, Department of Transportation, P.O. Box 7713, Madison, WI 53707-7713. Fax number 608-246-5632. Form DT1435 may be obtained at http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/drivers/forms/dt1435.doc.
DHS 62.04(5)(c)5. 5. Explaining to the court the confidential nature of reports and the need for client consent for disclosure.
DHS 62.04(5)(d) (d) Facilitate an IPID committee if a committee is appointed by the board under sub. (4).
DHS 62.04(5)(e) (e) Receive and maintain assessment facility and driver safety plan provider policies and procedures.
DHS 62.04(5)(f) (f) Approve all of the following:
DHS 62.04(5)(f)1. 1. Screening instruments, in addition to the WAID, used by assessment facilities.
DHS 62.04(5)(f)2. 2. In conjunction with the local traffic safety school coordinator, approve driver safety plans that recommend alternative education when factors such as the client's language, developmental disability, mental illness, cognitive deficit, illiteracy, or extreme hardship are present.
DHS 62.04(5)(f)3. 3. Requests by an assessment facility under s. DHS 62.07 (1) (a) for an extension of the time to complete the assessment and driver safety plan.
DHS 62.04(5)(g) (g) Provide reports requested by the board.
DHS 62.04(5)(h) (h) Train assessment facilities and driver safety plan providers on procedures of the intoxicated driver program.
DHS 62.04 History History: CR 06-035: cr. Register, November 2006, No. 611, eff. 12-1-06; corrections in (3) (a) 2. and (c) made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 7., Stats., Register November 2008 No. 635.
DHS 62.05 DHS 62.05Intoxicated driver assessment facilities.
DHS 62.05(1)(1)General requirements. No agency may conduct intoxicated driver assessments and develop driver safety plans unless appointed by the board as a designated intoxicated driver assessment facility under s. DHS 62.04 (1). The policies and procedures required under par. (a) shall be uniformly applied to all clients. An assessment facility shall do all of the following:
DHS 62.05(1)(a) (a) Implement written policies and procedures for all of the following:
DHS 62.05(1)(a)1. 1. Client intake and orientation.
DHS 62.05(1)(a)2. 2. Maintaining client records. Policies implemented for client records shall be consistent with the policies, procedures and guidelines on confidentiality of client records created by the board under s. DHS 62.04 (3) (a) 2., ch. DHS 92, 45 CFR Part 164 , Subpart E and other applicable state and federal laws.
DHS 62.05(1)(a)3. 3. Assessment and driver safety plans. Policies implemented for assessments and driver safety plans shall include a process for referring residents to appropriate plan providers and non-residents to an appropriate comparable intoxicated driver program in the person's state of residence.
DHS 62.05(1)(a)4. 4. Prohibit illegal discrimination by the program and staff.
DHS 62.05(1)(a)5. 5. Client rights and appeals process, including client notification of those rights.
DHS 62.05(1)(a)6. 6. Collaboration and correspondence with other assessment facilities, the courts, the designated coordinator, the Wisconsin department of transportation, traffic safety schools, driver safety plan providers, and clients.
DHS 62.05(1)(a)7. 7. Staff training.
DHS 62.05(1)(a)8. 8. Reporting requirements.
DHS 62.05(1)(a)10. 10. Conflict of interest guidelines.
DHS 62.05(1)(a)11. 11. Quality assurance.
DHS 62.05(1)(b) (b) Maintain a list of plan providers and fees policies of these providers that is updated annually.
DHS 62.05(1)(c) (c) Perform other appropriate duties under this chapter as authorized by the board.
DHS 62.05(2) (2)Staffing.
DHS 62.05(2)(a)(a) Required staff.
DHS 62.05(2)(a)1.1. An assessment facility shall employ or contract with at least one intoxicated driver assessor. Each intoxicated driver assessor employed or under contract with the facility shall have successfully completed the intoxicated driver assessor training under sub. (3) and have the qualifications of one of the following professions:
DHS 62.05(2)(a)1.a. a. A substance abuse counselor as defined under s. DHS 75.02 (84) (a).
DHS 62.05(2)(a)1.b. b. A clinical supervisor as defined under s. DHS 75.02 (11).
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