(A) " Supplemental behavioral health services" means services other than those specifically listed in this chapter. Supplemental behavioral health services may include representative payeeship, outreach, screening, education, and other supportive behavioral health services and may be offered by a variety of entities, including YMCAs, churches, children's cluster or family and children first.
(B) Supplemental behavioral health services approved by the board of alcohol, drug addiction, and mental health services and the department shall:
(1) Ensure that the provider or organization providing the service meets the appropriate standards or regulations under which they operate;
(2) Ensure that staff providing behavioral health services have participated in orientation or training regarding basic information about mental illness, emotional disturbance, and substance use disorders, and know how to obtain assistance from the behavioral health system if needed; and
(3) Develop mechanisms to solicit and receive feedback about the quality of the service from persons served.
(C) Providers furnishing supplemental-behavioral health services shall receive certification to provide the service(s) according to either paragraph (A)(1)(f) of rule 5122-25-03 of the Administrative Code or paragraph (A) (1)(f) of rule 5122-25-04 of the Administrative Code.