program contract shall include all of the following requirements:
support groups, or, when appropriate, individual counseling, or a combination
||Periodic, random, unannounced blood and/or urine
screens at a frequency of at least monthly and sixteen times per year for the
length of the contract, unless otherwise approved by the board or the board's
probation committee and to provide additional random, observed urine and/or
blood samples as may be requested by the intervenor or designated person.
||The urine sample
must be given within twelve hours of notification.
standard will be creatinine clearance and/or specific gravity.
||Results of all
drug screens must be negative and the refusal of a drug screen or a diluted
drug screen is equivalent to a positive result. Any positive results, including
those which may have resulted from ingestion of food but excluding false
positives which resulted from medication legitimately prescribed, indicates a
violation of the contract and shall be reported to the board or the board's
||In the event of a negative diluted screen, a hair
sample test must be completed at the cost of the probationer in a time frame
consistent with the drug laboratory's recommended policy, but in any event no
later than twelve days after the negative diluted screen.
||Mandatory participation in alcoholics anonymous, narcotics
anonymous, or a similar twelve-step program, or its equivalent, as set forth in
rule 4729:4-1-01 of the Administrative Code.
||To obtain the
signatures of either the secretary or chairperson of the meeting for attendance
verification or, in the absence of both, a meeting
||To be responsible for keeping a personal record of
names and phone numbers of the persons signing attendance verification at
||To record meeting attendance dates in a chronological
order and collect the attendance verification signatures at the
||To attend another meeting that same week in order to
meet the quota of meetings for the week if attendance verification is not
||To obtain a sponsor and home group in a twelve-step
program, or its equivalent, as set forth in rule 4729:4-1-01 of the Administrative Code that is not a representative of the monitoring program by a date specified by the approved monitor.
use of alcohol and from use of drugs, except those prescribed, administered or
personally furnished by a licensed prescriber who has knowledge of the
patient's history and of the disease of addiction, or those administered by
another person so authorized by law during a medical emergency.
||To notify the
intervenor or designated person in advance and provide documentation of the
need for any medication (to include a copy of the prescription or note from the
prescriber) within forty eight hours of receipt of treatment, if any mood
altering and/or potentially addictive medications are required or recommended
by the prescriber.
||To renew verification with the intervenor or designated
person every ninety days if the need for medication is ongoing.
medication list with the intervenor or designated person any time a new
prescription or over-the-counter medication is added.
||To abstain from
dispensing own prescriptions.
||To avoid exposure
to anything that may cause drug screen tests to be positive, including "hemp
oil," "coca tea," and poppy seeds.
||To abstain from
using ethyl alcohol in any form including, but not limited to, the
||Alcohol free wine or beer;
drugs containing alcohol, cough syrups or their similar drugs or
||Mouthwash or other hygiene products containing ethanol,
including sanitizing hand or body gels;
beverages containing alcohol; and
||Any other form of
the relinquishment of the right to self-medicate other than use of single
entity over-the-counter non-steroidal anti-inflammatories or
||Regular contact with a licensed chemical dependency
counselor, or with a physician qualified by training or experience, or both, to
treat chemically dependent persons, who assumes responsibility for monitoring
defined aspects of aftercare contract compliance, and who agrees to:
noncompliance to the approved monitoring program; and
relapse to the approved monitoring program and the board.
length of contract specified with a minimum of at least five years and at least
fifty-two weekly aftercare sessions, with missed sessions to be made
||Professional therapy, where indicated, to resolve
family and work-related issues.
||Treatment of any
ongoing medical problems to be managed by a licensed prescriber. Treatment of
any conditions requiring the use of a mind-altering, mood-changing substance
shall require consultation with a physician qualified by training or
experience, or both, to provide medical care to chemically dependent
Agreement to identify a single primary care physician and utilize that
physician (or physician to whom referred) exclusively for all medical care for
the duration of the contract.
identified physician to share with approved monitor information on any drugs
prescribed or, if over-the-counter drugs, approved, and the information
pertinent to recovery and/or compliance with the contract.
designated person approved surgery packet prior to any non-emergency medical
||Referral to other forms of extended care, when
||Any required supervision or restrictions of practice
||Personal contact with the assigned intervenor once a
week, leaving a message shall not meet the personal contact
||An agreement to attend the pharmacist peer assistance
group meetings each month for the duration of the contract, unless otherwise
excused by the designated person or the designated person's