(Adopted November 30, 2005, effective January 1, 2006. Renumbered and codified as §§ 6-1301 – 6-1303, effective July 18, 2008. Amended July 2, 2014, deleting § 6-1303 and Appendix A.)
Substance use evaluations and treatment services for juveniles and adults ordered by the courts of the State of Nebraska, or by judges presiding over non-probation-based programs or services such as a drug court or other similar specialized programs as defined herein, shall comply with the minimum standards established by the Standardized Model for Delivery of Substance Use Services as promulgated by the Nebraska Supreme Court Administrative Office of Probation. Substance use evaluations and treatment services must be obtained through a registered service provider. Substance use evaluations and treatment services that do not conform to the requirements of the Standardized Model for the Delivery of Substance Use Services shall not be accepted by the courts. Nothing in this rule shall preclude an individual from obtaining, at his or her own expense, additional substance use evaluations or treatment referrals which may or may not comply with the minimum standards referred to within the Standardized Model for the Delivery of Substance Use Services.
§ 6-1301 amended July 2, 2014.
For purposes of this rule, non-probation-based programs and services shall mean those programs and services defined and authorized by Neb. Rev. Stat. §§ 29-2246(12) and 29-2252(16) which are operating pursuant to an interlocal agreement with the Administrative Office of Probation.
§ 6-1302 amended July 2, 2014.