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Oakmont Center Treatment Plan Update Form

This document is for treatment staff of the Oakmont Center to explain problems of client’s and the status of the issue.

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Oakmont Center Signed Confirmation of the Treatment Plan Update

This form is an agreement form that mandates participants must update their treatment needs and plan after 90 days in the program and requires a signature after the participants completes the update. 

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Oakmont Center: The Alcohol/Drug Abuse (IOP) Treatment Program

Drug and Alcohol attendance understanding that must be signed by the participant so that he or she can attend meetings.

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Oakmont Center’s Payment Agreement for IOP Services

This is an agreement for IOP services at the Oakmont Center in Birmingham, Alabama.

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OAKMONT CENTER CLINICAL NOTE FOR CLIENT INACTIVITY

Form for a clinical note for client inactivity.
Topics: Date, Name, Treatment

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Oakmont Center Consent for Outcome Follow-Up Evaluation

This is a consent form to allow a Outcome Follow-Up Evaluation to be conducted upon the participant’s discharge from the program.

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Oakmont Center Termination/Discharge Summary

This form is to be filled out when discharging or terminated someone from the Oakmont Center.

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Client Informed Consent to Participate in Research Projects

This document is a consent form that allows clients at the Oakmont Center to participate in research or decline to participate in research. 

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Oakmont Center Adult Intensive Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Abuse Program Treatment Contract

This document is a contract for clients participating in the intensive outpatient drug and alcohol abuse program at Oakmont Center.

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