1 ASAM Patient Placement Criteria for the Treatment Of Substance-Related Disorders (ASAM PPC-IIr): Making it Real, Making it Work Terrence D. Walton, MSW, ICADC Director of Treatment Pretrial Services Agency of the District of Columbia
2 SUBSTANCE-RELATED HEALTH CONTINUUM Wellness Illicit Use Problematic Use Abuse Dependence
3 ABOUT ADDICTION Substance use that has an appetitive nature, has a compulsive and repetitive quality, is self-destructive, and is experienced as extremely difficult to modify or stop
4 ABOUT THE ASAM PPC-2R American Society of Addiction Medicine: Patient Placement Criteria for the Treatment of Substance-Related Disorders 10 Levels of Service (8 for adolescents) 5 Levels of Detoxification (4 for adolescents) 6 Assessment Dimensions
5 LEVELS OF SERVICE (TREATMENT) Level 0.5 Early Intervention Level I Outpatient Level II Level II.1 Intensive Outpatient Level II.5 Partial Hospitalization (day tx)
7 LEVELS OF SERVICE (ADULT) Level IV Medically Managed Intensive Inpatient Opioid Maintenance Therapy
8 LEVELS OF SERVICE (ADOLESCENTS) Level 0.5 Early Intervention Level I Outpatient Level II Level II.1 Intensive Outpatient Level II.5 Partial Hospitalization (day tx)
9 LEVELS OF SERVICE (ADOLESCENT) ) Level III Level III.1 Clinically Managed Low- Intensity Residential Level III.5 Clinically Managed Medium- Intensity Residential Level III.7 Medically Monitored High Intensity Residential/Inpatient Level IV Medically Managed Intensive Inpatient
10 ASAM & DSM-IV Substance Disorder required for Level I and II Substance Dependence required for Level III and IV Diagnostic criteria and the assessment dimensions
11 Dimension 1: Acute Intoxication and/or Withdrawal Potential Dimension 2: Biomedical Conditions and Complications Dimension 3: Emotional, Behavioral, or Cognitive Conditions & Complications Dimension 4: Readiness to Change Dimension 5: Relapse, Continued Use, or Continued Problem Potential Dimension 6: Recovery/Living Environment
12 DETERMINING SEVERITY RATINGS
13 I OUTPT II INT OUT III MED MON RESID Withdrawal No risk Minimal Some risk, no medical IV MED MGD INPT Severe risk Medical Complications No risk Manageable Medical monitoring 24 hr acute med care Psych/Behav No risk, or Mild, need Mentally ill; 24 hr psy & Complications very stable monitoring functional addiction tx deficits required Readiness for Cooperative Cooperative High Resist, Change but requires needs, 24 hr structure monitoring Relapse Minimal Close Imminent Potential support monitoring danger needed needed Recovery Supportive Not Toxic Environment Supportive, CREATED BY cope-able TERRENCE D. WALTON. NA NA NA
14 CASE ONE: GEORGE, 46 YEAR OLD MALE, 2/21/2007 Substance Age at Past #YRS in Date of 1 st Use 30 Days Lifetime Last Use Alcohol /18/07 Intoxication 0 Heroin 0 Cocaine /20/07 Cannabis /13/07 PCP 0
15 CASE ONE: GEORGE, 46 YEAR OLD MALE, 2/21/ Alcohol- Reports drinking a bottle of wine over the weekend 2. Heroin- Hasn t used in years; so long couldn t remember when; shot 3 to 4 times per day; dime bag each time 3. Cocaine- Smoking regularly for past year 20 or more days per month; Smokes 6-7 rocks per day 4. Cannabis- Last smoked 1 week ago; smoking less since starting crack; Previously smoked daily about 4 dimes per day; began smoking daily as teen 5. PCP- Reports hasn t smoked in years
16 CASE ONE- GEORGE ACUTE INTOXICATION & WITHDRAWAL POTENTIAL 1. Moderate Severity: 2. Smoked crack 20 or more days a month for at least the past year; smoked last night. 3. In addition to smoking crack, he reports drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana. He reports no withdrawal symptoms when abstinent t from alcohol. l 4. Defendant s lips were severely burned. His sister stated that when defendant can t get access to a lighter or match, he ll attempt to light the crack pipe using the stove. She stated that his coat caught fire recently.
17 CASE ONE- GEORGE BIOMEDICAL CONDITIONS & COMPLICATIONS 1. Low Severity: y 2. Defendant states that he fell out of a truck at age 14 and was hospitalized. He states that he was in a coma for days. 3. Defendant also states that he was hospitalized at age 18 for pneumonia. 4. He does not report any other prior or on-going medical issues. 5. He does not report any medical issues in the past 30 days.
18 CASE ONE- GEORGE EMOTIONAL, BEHAVIOR AND COGNITIVE CONDITIONS AND COMPLICATIONS 1. High Severity: 2. Diagnosed with schizophrenia and bi-polar disorder; monthly Haldol injections for years 3. Has received SSI for over 15 years 4. Defendant reported compliance w/treatment; denied hallucinations and delusions. 5. Sister reports deft has been talks to TV and to himself; has a fixed belief that people change bodies and that s how his deceased father is still alive.
19 CASE ONE- GEORGE READINESS TO CHANGE 1. Moderate Severity: 2. Verbalizes desire for treatment and considers treatment to be very important. 3. Willingness to engage in treatment and ability to follow through with treatment recommendations is also in doubt. 4. Sister indicated that deft has completed detox multiple times, but has refused to enter treatment, not engaged while in treatment, and/or left treatment early.
20 CASE ONE- GEORGE RELAPSE, CONTINUED USE OR CONTINUED PROBLEM POTENTIAL: 1. High Severity: 2. Began marijuana at age 14 and alcohol at 15. He could not recall when he began smoking crack. 3. Reports history of drinking daily, 4-5 bottles of wine per day; greatly reduced in last 4 months. 4. History of smoking 4-5 dime bags of marijuana per day. Indicates THC use decreased when his crack use picked up about a year ago. 5. Reports smoking crack 20 or more days a month; 6-7 rocks per episode. Reports daily cravings for crack; no recent sustained abstinence; unable to describe strategies for achieving abstinence.
21 CASE ONE- GEORGE RECOVERY/LIVING ENVIRONMENT 1. Moderate Severity: 2. Lives with his mother and has done so all his life. No drug or alcohol users in home. 3. Defendant s sister accompanied him to the interview and appeared supportive and involved. 4. Reports spending most of his free times with a friend. He stated that they uses drugs together. 5. Defendant states that he panhandles to support his drug habit and that s how he ended up with his current charge unauthorized entry. No other criminal charges.
22 CASE ONE- GEORGE RECOMMENDATION Detoxification followed by Long-Term Residential
23 ASI CATEGORIES AND ASAM? 1. Medical 2. Employment/Support 3. Drug/Alcohol Use 4. Legal Status 5. Family/Social Information 6. Psychiatric i Statust
24 ASI CATEGORIES AND ASAM? 1. Medical (Dimension 2) 2. Employment/Support (Dimension 6) 3. Drug/Alcohol Use (Dimension 1 & 5) 4. Legal Status (Dimension 6) 5. Family/Social Information (Dimension 6) 6. Psychiatric Status (Dimension 3)
25 Dimension 1: Acute Intoxication and/or Withdrawal Potential Dimension 2: Biomedical Conditions and Complications Dimension 3: Emotional, Behavioral, or Cognitive Conditions & Complications Dimension 4: Readiness to Change Dimension 5: Relapse, Continued Use, or Continued Problem Potential Dimension 6: Recovery/Living Environment
26 ASSESSING ACUTE INTOXICATION AND WITHDRAWAL POTENTIAL 1. Attenuating psychological and physiological withdrawal symptoms 2. Interrupting momentum of compulsive use
27 ASSESSING ACUTE INTOXICATION AND WITHDRAWAL POTENTIAL 1. Attenuating severe physiological withdrawal symptoms = medical detoxification 2. Attenuating serious psychological withdrawal and/or interrupting ti momentum of acutely compulsive use = social detoxification ti
28 ASSESSING BIOMEDICAL CONDITIONS AND COMPLICATIONS 1. Impact on Treatment Decision 2. Urgency of Treatment 3. Affect the Ability to Begin, Participate i t in or Complete Treatment
29 ASSESSING EMOTIONAL, BEHAVIORAL, & COGNITIVE CONDITIONS AND COMPLICATIONS 1. Impact on Treatment Decision 2. Urgency of Treatment 3. Affect the Ability to Begin, Participate i t in or Complete Treatment
30 DIMENSION 3 RISK DOMAINS 1. Dangerous/Lethality 2. Interference with Addiction/Recovery Efforts 3. Social Functioning 4. Ability for Self Care 5. Course of Illness
31 ASSESSING READINESS TO CHANGE 1. Assess Willingness to Engage in Treatment 2. Assess Desire to Stop Using 3. Consider extent of denial, resistance, rationalization 4. Consider previous change attempts even if unsuccessful (can lower or raise severity)
32 CASE TWO- NIKI READINESS TO CHANGE 1. Does not appear to be amenable to treatment 2. Does not feel she has a problem with alcohol or drug use 3. Indicates that participating in treatment could interfere with her work schedule because she works 16 hour shifts as a private duty nurse.
33 ASSESSING READINESS TO CHANGE Pre-Contemplation Contemplation Preparation Action Maintenance
34 ASSESSING RELAPSE, CONTINUED USE OR CONTINUED PROBLEM POTENTIAL a)is this person addicted? b)are they currently using? c)do they have awareness of how to get and/or stay clean? d)do they have the ability to get and/or stay clean?
35 ASSESSING RELAPSE, CONTINUED USE OR CONTINUED PROBLEM POTENTIAL a) Historical Pattern of Use and relapse b) Acute Pharmacologic Responsivity c) External Stimuli Responsivity (triggers & stress) d) Cognitive and Behavioral Measures of Strengths th and Weaknesses (self efficacy, coping skills, impulsivity)
36 Guess the Rating 3
37 CASE THREE: RASHAUN RELAPSE, CONTINUED USE OR CONTINUED PROBLEM POTENTIAL: Defendant presents with history of drug use beginning with marijuana at age 14, alcohol (15), cocaine/crack (23), and heroin (24). Currently, he reports using all drugs occasionally, maybe 3-4 times a month. He reports using a dime bag of heroin and marijuana per occasion. He could not say how much crack he smokes because it s always given to him. Defendant denies any significant cravings. He reports smoking crack because it comes around me. Drug test records show consistent positives for the above referenced drugs.
38 CASE THREE- RASHAUN RATE RELAPSE/CONTINUING USE POTENTIAL Dimension 5 High Severity
40 1.The strong probability that certain behaviors (such as continued drug use or relapse) will occur; 2.The likelihood that such behaviors will present a significant risk of serious adverse consequences to the individual and/or others; and 3.The likelihood that such adverse events will occur in the very near future
41 IMMINENT DANGER Lower threshold than suicidal or homicidal Higher threshold than all drugs are harmful Medical or Mental Conditions Acute Intoxication ti Risk based on pharmacology and client history Public safety risk caused by pursuit of or direct influence of alcohol or drug use
42 IMMINENT DANGER Easier to establish with addictive use of: cocaine, opiates, PCP, methamphetamine, hallucinogens, inhalants, prescription meds and alcohol Difficult to establish with even addictive use of marijuana and nicotine
43 ASSESSING RECOVERY/LIVING ENVIRONMENT Supportive of or Toxic to Recovery (continuum) Structured t Time versus Idle Time Potential for Victimization or Perpetration
44 CASE FOUR- MARY RECOVERY/LIVING ENVIRONMENT 1. Does not have a supportive family 2. Has her own apartment and lives alone 3. Doesn t have any friends, because they get you in trouble 4. Spends most of her free time with her 8 year old goddaughter g or with her cousin who uses drugs and alcohol 5. Has other associates who use drugs and alcohol; has distanced herself from them due to her court involvement 6. Works as private duty nurse full time 7. First charge assault
45 ASSESSING RECOVERY/LIVING ENVIRONMENT 1. Do family members, close associates, living situations, neighborhoods, school, or work pose a threat to client safety and/or treatment engagement? 2. Does client have supportive friendships, financial resources, daily structure; or educational, vocational or spiritual resources that can increase treatment success? 3. Are there transportation, child care, housing or employment issues that need to be clarified and addressed prior to treatment?
46 ASSESSING RECOVERY/LIVING ENVIRONMENT 1. Living with active users = High Severity 2. Living in drug infested neighborhoods, but not with anyone actively using = at least moderate severity 3. Search for mitigating factors that t lessen risk 4. Almost nothing can lower the risk score of someone living with an active user
47 BIG HINTS High Severity in Relapse Potential with Imminent Danger + High Severity in Recovery Environment = Residential Treatment High Severity in Relapse Potential without Imminent Danger + High Severity in Recovery Environment = Intensive Outpatient Treatment
48 ONE MORE BIG HINT Look for Information that lowers severity not just information that raises severity
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