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    Substance Abuse Program License

    Agency: Licensing and Regulatory Affairs

    The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, Bureau of Health Care Servicesissues licenses to all prevention, case-finding, and treatment programs statewide. A "substance use disorders service program" may offer services in various settings and of various types. The types of service may include detoxification, therapy (including methadone therapy), assessment, and prevention. The term does not include halfway or transitional houses that do not offer therapeutic services.

    New!  Applications for these tasks are submitted and paid for online through the Michigan Business One Stop portal.


    A. NAME OF LICENSE OR APPROVAL:

    Health Facility License -- Substance Abuse Program

    B. STATUTORY AUTHORITY:

    Public Act 368 of 1978, as amended

    C. APPLICABLE REGULATION:

    Rules Administered by the Bureau of Health Care Services

    PHC & R325.14101-14928

    D. SUMMARY OF LICENSE/APPROVAL PROCESS:

     1.  Applicability (activities that require the license)

    Any program/individual that offers services designed to prevent and/or treat substance abuse

     2.  Pre-Application Requirements

    None

     3.  Application Submission Requirements
    Completed Substance Abuse Program application with required attachments

     
    4.  Procedures and Time-Frame for Obtaining Permit or Approval

    60-90 days.

     5.  Operational Requirements

    An operating manual as described in R325.14107.

     6.  Fees

    None

     7.  Appeal Process

    See R325.14207

     8.  Public Input Opportunities

    N/A


    E. Contact Information:

    Contact Us

     

    Revised:12/2013

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