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9520.0924 TERMINATION OF CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES.

Case management services to a child with severe emotional disturbance or an adult with serious and persistent mental illness shall terminate when one of the events listed in items A to E occurs.

A.

A mental health professional who has provided mental health services to the client furnishes a written opinion that the client no longer meets the eligibility criteria in Minnesota Statutes, section 245.4871, subdivision 6, for a child or 245.462, subdivision 20, for an adult. Upon receipt of the mental health professional's written opinion that the client no longer needs case management services, the client's case manager must inform the client of the client's ability to appeal the decision according to part 9520.0926.

B.

The adult and the case manager mutually decide that the adult, or in the case of a child, the case manager and the child's parent or legal representative or the child as described in part 9520.0907 and the case manager mutually decide that the client no longer needs case management services.

C.

The adult or, in the case of a child, the child's parent or legal representative or the child as described in part 9520.0907 refuses further case management services.

D.

Except for a child in a residential treatment facility, regional treatment center, or acute care hospital for the treatment of a severe emotional disturbance in a county outside the county of financial responsibility, no face-to-face contact has occurred between the case manager and the child for 90 consecutive days because the child has failed to keep an appointment or refused to meet with the case manager.

E.

Except for an adult in a residential treatment facility, regional treatment center, or acute care hospital for the treatment of a serious and persistent mental illness in a county outside the county of financial responsibility, no face-to-face contact has occurred between the case manager and the adult for 180 consecutive days because the adult has failed to keep an appointment or refused to meet with the case manager.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 245.484; 256B.04; 256B.0625

History:

17 SR 1448

Published Electronically:

October 16, 2013