Substance Use Disorder Program License
The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, Bureau of Community and Health Systems issues licenses to Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Programs.
A "Substance Use Disorder Services” or “Program” is a provider that offers substance use disorder prevention services or treatment and rehabilitation services, or both.
A. NAME OF LICENSE OR APPROVAL:
License – Substance Use Disorder Program
B. STATUTORY AUTHORITY:
Public Act 368 of 1978, as amended (Michigan Public Health Code)
Public Act 258 of 1974, as amended (Michigan Mental Health Code)
C. APPLICABLE REGULATION:
D. SUMMARY OF LICENSE/APPROVAL PROCESS:
1. Applicability (activities that require the license)
Offering substance use disorder preventive, treatment and rehabilitation services to patients.
2. Pre-Application Requirements
Staff ready to start, policies and procedures established to offer SUD services, supplies and equipment ready, etc.
3. Application Submission Requirements
4. Procedures and Time-Frame for Obtaining Permit or Approval
To be state licensed as an SUD program, a provider must submit an application for state licensure. After confirmation of the necessary approvals, a pre-licensure inspection will be conducted by the State Licensing Section. If the applicant is in compliance with the Code and applicable rules, a license will be issued and a post-licensure inspection will be conducted. Once licensed, the department will conduct routine inspections and complaint investigations as required.
5. Operational Requirements
Facility ready for occupancy and license.
$500 annual license fee.
7. Appeal Process
8. Public Input Opportunities
E. Contact Information:
Contact the Bureau of Community and Health Systems at 517-241-1970.