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  1. What types of chemical dependency services are offered in Washington?

  2. Treatment services can be offered through residential and outpatient treatment facilities, which provide evaluation and either treatment or referrals for individuals with chemical dependency disorders.
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  3. What does it mean to be "licensed," "certified," or "accredited" in this industry?

  4. Licensing means that a particular type of facility or professional may only operate with the advance and continuous authorization ("license") of a designated government agency ...
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    Licensing & Certification
  5. What kind of licensure and certifications are required to operate a chemical dependency treatment program in Washington?

  6. Facilities must be licensed to operate. Facilities must be licensed to operate. Programs must also be certified to provide specific treatment services. As of July 1, 2018, ...
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  7. How can the licensing and credentialing agencies in Washington be reached?

  8. As of July 1, 2018, oversight will be handled by the Department....
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  9. How does a residential treatment facility obtain a license?

  10. A completed application for RTF licensure must be submitted to the Department 60 days or more before ...
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  11. How does a residential treatment facility renew or amend its license?

  12. The Department mails the "Notice to Renew" about 45 days before the due date, which is 30 days before license expiration. At least 30 days before the expiration date ...
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  13. What responsibilities does a residential treatment facility have to maintain its license?

  14. The RTF must ensure it is in compliance with all relevant state and federal rules and regulations.
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  15. Under what circumstances will the Department of Health deny, suspend, modify, or revoke licensure for a residential treatment facility?

  16. The Department may deny, suspend, modify, or revoke an RTF license if the applicant or licensee has:
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  17. What is the process for obtaining certification for a chemical dependency facility?

  18. Chemical dependency facilities must apply for an initial license to operate as ...
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  19. What might cause the Department to deny, suspend, or revoke a certification for a program offered by a chemical dependency facility?

  20. The Department may deny a program’s certification if any of the following occurs:
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