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Introduced by Joseph R Yost, Criminal defendants evaluation for insanity or competence Sets qualifications for persons who. conduct evaluations of criminal defendants where there is an issue of sanity or competency to stand. trial Evaluators will be required to send redacted copies of their reports to the Commissioner of. Behavioral Health and Developmental Services for peer review in order to establish and maintain the list. of approved evaluators, HB 582 clarified the professional qualification of court appointed forensic evaluators making clear that. evaluators must either be psychiatrist or clinical psychologists and must have participated in forensic. evaluation training recognized by the Commissioner All known court appointed evaluators were. contacted in May and June and asked to submit a request to be included on the Commissioner s List of. Approved Evaluators That list will be shared with the Courts Offices of the Commonwealth Attorneys. and defense bar The list will also be posted on the DBHDS webpage under the Forensic Services tab so. that parties can search and find approved evaluators Should new evaluators want to be added to the. list they must submit the Request for Inclusion form which will also be located on the DBHDS webpage. under the Forensic Services tab, Effective July 1 2016 all evaluator who perform court ordered competency to stand trial evaluations. pursuant to Virginia Code 19 2 169 1 or sanity at the time of the offense evaluations pursuant to. Virginia Code 19 2 169 5 must submit redacted copies of all evaluations directly to DBHDS DBHDS will. review the redacted work products and will provide feedback to the evaluators Evaluators included on. the Commissioner s list of approved evaluators have received instructions on this process. Status Signed by Governor Acts of Assembly, Final Language. HB 583 Peer providers Commissioner of BHDS to certify individuals in accordance with regulations. Introduced by Joseph R Yost, Certification of peer providers Authorizes the Commissioner of Behavioral Health and Developmental.
Services to certify individuals as peer providers in accordance with regulations adopted by the Board of. Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, Certified Peer Recovery Specialists CPRS provide non clinical person centered strengths based. wellness focused and trauma informed support while helping to ensure the person s wellness recovery. plan reveals the needs and preferences of the person being served to complete their measurable and. personalized goals CPRSs serve adults with behavioral health challenges and parent peers and family. members who provide support to parents and children who experience behavioral health challenges. The type and intensity of services provided must be determined on an individual basis taking into. account the acuity of the situation for the person s receiving services as well as the experience of the. CPRS Certified Peer Recovery Specialists support is always received on a voluntary basis This is the. foundation of the Peer to Peer relationship CPRSs share their first hand experiences that inspire and. support individuals in their responses choices and management of behavioral challenges They assist. people in expressing and achieving personal goals for wellness recovery resiliency and self advocacy. CPRSs provide and advocate for effective recovery and wellness oriented services. The Office of Recovery Support ORS and a 15 member review team is developing the Virginia Certified. Peer Recovery Specialist Training manual In November December2016 DBHDS will begin the training of. CPRS Trainers Approved Trainers will be posted on the DBHDS website and will agree to maintain. fidelity to training the Virginia CPRS curriculum and receive oversight from the Office of Recovery. Support These trainers will be independent individuals or employees of their organizations who will set. their own fees arrange their own venues and purchase training manuals for their class The goal is to. provide ample affordable training across the Commonwealth ORS will offer a CPRS Supervisor s. training in starting in March 2017, Employers are encouraged to establish Volunteer Peer to Peer roles that will give candidates the. opportunity to accumulate supervised experience hours required for certification Employers are also. encouraged to hire the most qualified candidate for any Peer Recovery Specialist positions. Status Signed by Governor Acts of Assembly, Final Language. HB 645 SB 342 Criminal defendants orders for mental health evaluations and treatment. Introduced by James A Jay Leftwich, Introduced by L Louise Lucas. Governor Bills, Criminal defendants orders for competency and sanity evaluations and hospitalization Requires the.
clerk of court to provide a copy of the order for an evaluation for sanity competency to stand trial and. competency restoration to the appointed evaluator or hospital as soon as practicable but no later than. the close of business on the next business day following entry of the order The evaluator or hospital. must acknowledge receipt of the order to the clerk on a form developed by the Office of the Executive. Secretary of the Supreme Court of Virginia The bill also requires the same verification of receipt. procedures for an order for psychiatric hospitalization of an inmate from a local correctional facility The. bill also provides that no person will be liable for any act or omission relating to any requirement in the. bill unless the person was grossly negligent or engaged in willful misconduct. HB 645 SB342 creates a communication feedback loop between the courts and the court appointed. evaluators treatment providers to ensure the timely conveyance of court orders from the court to the. evaluator treatment provider and the timely acknowledgment of receipt of the order by the. evaluator treatment provider The Office of the Executive Secretary has created Form DC 343 for this. purpose On this form the clerk will include information about the defendant and information about the. appointed evaluator treatment provider The clerk will then convey the order along with Form DC 343. to the evaluator treatment provider who must acknowledge receipt In order to acknowledge receipt. the evaluator treatment provider must check the box in the bottom section of the form date sign and. print their name and if applicable the name of the CSB or hospital in cases where CSBs or DBHDS. hospitals are ordered to provide the services and must return the form to the clerk of court by the next. business day after having received the form court order from the clerk The Code is silent on how. evaluators treatment providers are to convey Form DC 343 back to the clerk but conceivably the form. can be faxed emailed or sent via US Mail It is anticipated courts evaluators treatment providers will. decide jointly the most expedient and reliable means of communicating Form 343 within their. jurisdiction Form DC 343 will begin to be used effective July 1 2016. Status Signed by Governor Acts of Assembly, Final Language Final Language. SB 556 Opiate addiction treatment non methadone opioid replacements. Introduced by Jennifer T Wexton, Opiate addiction treatment non methadone opioid replacements Removes certain restrictions on. licensure of providers who provide treatment for persons with opiate addiction using opioid. replacements that have been approved by the U S Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of. opioid addiction Such restrictions include the proximity of the provider to a school and community. notice requirements, 37 2 406 prohibited DBHDS from licensing any program using opioid replacement medication if the. program is within 0 5 mile of a K 12 school or day care center with specific exceptions for Planning. Districts 8 and 23 Exceptions for Planning District 8 and 23 were granted because these regions. northern Virginia and Tidewater are such densely developed areas that it would be impossible to site a. clinic that wasn t within 0 5 mile a school or day care SB556 addressed Virginia s opioid epidemic that. has ravaged several communities and resulted in a high number of preventable death 37 2 406. treated licensed programs utilizing buprenorphine the same as methadone clinics and requires DBHDS. to apply the same licensing standards CSB operated programs such as Crisis Stabilization Units. medically managed detoxification units and outpatient services that are located within 0 5 mile of a K 12. school or licensed day care program were unable to utilize buprenorphine to treat individuals suffering. from opioid dependence Because these programs are unable to provide appropriate medication these. individuals suffer unnecessarily from severe withdrawal symptoms which makes it difficult for them to. engage in counseling and increases risk of relapse and overdose SB556 now allows for these programs. to prescribe buprenorphine without the restrictions that are still placed on Methadone This bill impacts. providers of opioid replacement treatment, Status Signed by Governor Acts of Assembly. Final Language, Assigned Lead Legislation Passed, HB 197 Commonwealth Mental Health First Aid Program established.
Introduced by L Scott Lingamfelter, Commonwealth Mental Health First Aid Program Directs the Commissioner of the Department of. Behavioral Health and Developmental Services to establish and maintain the Commonwealth Mental. Health First Aid Program to provide training by certified trainers of individuals residing or working in the. Commonwealth on how to identify and assist individuals who have or may be developing a mental. health or substance use disorder or who may be experiencing a mental health or substance abuse crisis. Coupled with the 2014 Appropriations Act this bill has a positive impact on ensuring the sustainability of. the Mental Health First Aid MHFA Program It will provide an infrastructure at the DBHDS Central. Office through staffing and support to the CSBs by DBHDS CO coordination of MHFA trainings and. resources for MHFA materials, Status Signed by Governor Acts of Assembly. Final Language, HB 536 Sponsored residential and shared living services background checks for providers. Introduced by Patrick A Hope, Sponsored residential and shared living services background checks Establishes a requirement for a. national fingerprint based background check for providers of sponsored residential and shared living. This bill updates 19 2 389 of the Code of Virginia to reflect two additional reasons for dissemination of. criminal history record information which are, For approval as a sponsored residential service provider.
For permission to enter into a shared living arrangement with a person receiving medical. assistance services pursuant to a waiver, This bill also adds the requirement for national fingerprint background checks for four situations in. 37 2 416 and 37 2 506 specifically, For approval as a sponsored residential service provider. For approval of any adult living in the home of an applicant for a sponsored residential service. For any person employed by a sponsored residential service provider to provide services in the. For permission to enter into a shared living arrangement with a person receiving medical. assistance services pursuant to a waiver, The bill also defines shared living in 37 2 416 and 37 2 506 which is a proposed new service under. the amended waiver In the waiver application it is stated that these services require association with a. DBHDS licensed provider Thus any rules including background checks would be required per Licensing. regulations, It also sets new requirements for CPS checks There are two new situations that will require CPS checks. under 37 2 416 and 37 2 506 These are, For approval as a sponsored residential service provider.
For permission to enter into a shared living arrangement with a person receiving medical. assistance services pursuant to a waiver, This legislation will affect any sponsored residential service providers any adult living in the home of an. applicant for a sponsored residential service provider any person employed by a sponsored residential. service provider to provide services in the home and anyone that wishes to enter into a shared living. arrangement with a person receiving medical assistance services pursuant to a waiver. BIU is editing their procedures to incorporate these changes adding the changes on the website as well. as there will be criminal background trainings scheduled for the end of the summer. Status Signed by Governor Acts of Assembly, Final Language. HB 543 SB566 Involuntary psychiatric treatment of an inmate petition filed by sheriff. Introduced by Vivian E Watts George L Barker, Involuntary psychiatric admission from local correctional facility Clarifies that for the purposes of. petitioning for the involuntary psychiatric treatment of an inmate in a local correctional facility the. petition shall be filed by the sheriff or other person in charge of the local correctional facility where the. inmate is incarcerated, HB 543 SB566 simply clarified who was empowered to petition for involuntary hospitalization pursuant. to Virginia Code 19 2 169 6 of an inmate housed in a local or regional jail These bills simply clarified. that the jail having physical custody of the inmate regardless of whether or not the inmate had any. pending charges in that jurisdiction was authorized to serve as the peti. Date sent via email June 28 2016 Forwarded From The Office of Licensing To Facility Directors CSB Executive Directors DBHDS Legislative Review Team From Jack Barber M D Interim Commissioner Re 2016 General Assembly Session Legislation Summary As you are already aware July 1 is the beginning of the new Fiscal Year and when new Virginia laws take effect Significant enacted legislation

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