|(a) In order to maintain certification, T-CCBHCs must
coordinate with other T-CCBHCs that deliver services in the same geographic
service area to ensure services are not duplicated for persons receiving
services from more than one T-CCBHC.
(b) T-CCBHC certification does not replace Texas regulations
regarding provision of services or contract requirements. T-CCBHCs
must maintain all required licenses throughout the certification period.
Any regulatory license revocations, of either facility or professional
licenses, that result in a T-CCBHC being unable to operate within
the State of Texas will preclude the T-CCBHC from continuing as certified.
(c) T-CCBHC certification is approved for three years,
subject to parameters outlined in §306.109(c) of this subchapter
(relating to Application Process).
(d) T-CCBHCs may reapply for certification if eligible
in accordance with §306.109 of this subchapter.
(e) To ensure prevention of a lapse in certification,
T-CCBHCs must submit an application, as defined in §306.105(2)
of this subchapter (relating to Definitions), to be considered for
recertification. Applications must be submitted no earlier than 180
calendar days before the expiration of certification, but not later
than 60 calendar days before the expiration of certification.