At a minimum, a license holder's program services and resources must include:
specific programs that address sex offense behaviors and remediation, and include, as applicable, related topics such as deviant sexual arousal patterns, assaultive behavior, human sexuality, victimization issues, reoffense prevention, and interpersonal relationships;
psychiatric, medical, dental, psychological, social, and advocacy services;
assessment and treatment of chemical dependency;
vocational rehabilitation services; and
leisure and recreational activities.
The license holder must offer treatment in a form and structure consistent with a person's capacity to participate productively.
A license holder must develop and follow written policies and procedures that specify how the license holder will fulfill the responsibilities in items A to G.
Meet data privacy laws and professional confidentiality standards, especially regarding the use and results of physiological examinations and the reporting of previously undetected criminal behavior which is disclosed by a person while in the program.
Evaluate individual treatment outcomes and program outcomes, including indicators to be used and processes for program improvement.
Prevent abuse and predation among program participants.
Provide gender-specific treatment where appropriate.
Respond to allegations of criminal acts committed by a person while in the program.
Monitor for contraband.
Provide a safe environment for staff, program participants, and visitors.
MS s 246B.04
20 SR 935
February 2, 2005