The patient is considered eligible for discharge from the outpatient service when the patient meets the conditions for discharge as stated in any one paragraph out of paragraphs (1)-(3) of this section. (1) Psychiatric illness or medical complication. The patient must meet the conditions in subparagraph (A) or (B) of this paragraph, as follows: (A) documentation that a psychiatric or medical condition should be treated in another setting; or (B) documentation that a psychiatric or medical condition which is interfering with alcohol/drug recovery is not being treated. (2) Alcohol/drug rehabilitation/treatment. The patient must meet all the conditions in subparagraph (A) or (B) of this paragraph. (A) Patient displays behaviors which demonstrate that the patient: (i) recognizes or identifies with the severity of chemical substance use; (ii) has
insight into the patient's defeating relationship with alcohol/drugs; and (iii) is applying the essential coping skills necessary to cope with the alcohol and/or drug problem and to maintain abstinence. (B) Patient is functioning adequately in assessed deficiencies in the life tasks areas of work, social functioning, or primary relationships. (3) Behavioral factors. The patient must meet all the conditions in subparagraphs (A) and (B) of this paragraph. (A) Patient is consistently uncooperative, to the degree that no further progress is likely to occur. (B) Greater intensity of service or transfer to another treatment provider would not have a positive impact on the problem.