.01 Treatment Center Requirements
(01/01/20 - 12/31/20)
A treatment center may be eligible to receive NA for its residents. The treatment center is eligible when it receives, or is eligible to receive, funding under Title XIX, Part B of the Public Health Service Act.
This requirement is met when a treatment center meets one of the following criteria:
Certified under Title XIX as a drug and alcohol treatment center by one of the following:
Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) Office of Behavioral Health Licensure (OBHL).
Indian Health Service (IHS).
Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) when on federal land.
Certified by FNS(g) as a retailer that provides residential treatment for drug and alcohol abuse, and redeems its NA through a wholesale vendor.
NOTE This is not the same as the FNS Meal Provisions to the Homeless authorization. (See Verify Meal Provision)
The treatment center must also be one of the following:
Private, nonprofit organization
Publicly operated community mental health center
HEAplus lists the treatment centers which have been approved and evaluated by the Policy Support Team (PST). When the shelter is not listed in HEAplus, see Maintaining Institutions in HEAplus.