Cessation of a treatment episode occurs when treatment is completed or discontinued; or there has been a change in the principal drug of concern, the main treatment type, or the treatment delivery setting.
Guide for use:
A client is identified as ceasing a treatment episode if one or more of the following apply:
- their treatment plan is completed,
- they have had no contact with the treatment provider for a period of three months, nor is there a plan in place for further contact,
- their principal drug of concern for alcohol and other drugs has changed,
- their main treatment type for alcohol and other drugs has changed,
- their treatment delivery setting for alcohol and other drugs has changed,
- their treatment has ceased for other reasons (e.g. imprisoned, ceased treatment against advice, transferred to another service provider, died, etc.).
Alcohol and other drug treatment servicesOrigin:
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