12 Core Functions & Global Criteria

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  • 1. 

    Screening is:

    • A.

      Determine appropriateness or eligibility to a program

    • B.

      Complete required documents for admission

    • C.

      Provide for the client by describing program operations

    • D.

      Identify assessment tool

    Correct Answer
    A. Determine appropriateness or eligibility to a program
    Explanation
    Screening refers to the process of determining whether an individual is suitable or eligible for a particular program. It involves assessing the individual's qualifications, skills, and characteristics to determine if they meet the requirements or criteria set by the program. By conducting a screening, program organizers can ensure that only those who are appropriate or eligible are selected, thus maximizing the program's effectiveness and efficiency.

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  • 2. 

    ______________ is an essential first step in determining the possible causes of addiction for the person and the most appropriate treatment modality for his or her needs.

    • A.

      Screening

    • B.

      Intake

    • C.

      Assessment

    • D.

      Treatment Planning

    Correct Answer
    C. Assessment
    Explanation
    Assessment is an essential first step in determining the possible causes of addiction for the person and the most appropriate treatment modality for his or her needs. This involves gathering information about the individual's history, substance use patterns, physical and mental health, and social support systems. It helps in identifying any underlying issues or co-occurring disorders that may contribute to the addiction. Based on the assessment, a comprehensive treatment plan can be developed that addresses the individual's unique needs and goals.

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  • 3. 

    The completion of various forms, including releases of information, financial, and consent for treatment, happens during the client's:

    • A.

      Screening

    • B.

      Orientation

    • C.

      Assessment

    • D.

      Intake

    Correct Answer
    D. Intake
    Explanation
    During the intake process, clients are required to complete various forms, such as releases of information, financial documents, and consent for treatment. This is the initial stage where clients provide necessary information and paperwork to begin their therapeutic journey. Screening refers to the initial evaluation of clients to determine their appropriateness for services. Orientation is the process of familiarizing clients with the therapeutic setting and procedures. Assessment involves gathering comprehensive information about the client's mental health and functioning. Therefore, the correct answer is intake.

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  • 4. 

    Offering the client a tour of the treatment facility and information on the hours of operation are activities that occur during the __________ process.

    • A.

      Case Management

    • B.

      Orientation

    • C.

      Intake

    • D.

      Consultation

    Correct Answer
    B. Orientation
    Explanation
    During the orientation process, clients are provided with a tour of the treatment facility and given information on the hours of operation. This helps familiarize the client with the facility and its operations, ensuring they have a clear understanding of what to expect during their treatment. Orientation is an important step in the overall treatment process as it helps clients feel more comfortable and informed about the services they will be receiving.

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  • 5. 

    During his treatment, Vic started having painful urination and feared he might have a sexually transmitted disease. Vic had not been to a doctor in at least ten years and did not have a regular doctor to call. The counselor gave him the name of a local physician who would treat a new patient on short notice. This process is BEST viewed as an example of:

    • A.

      Referral

    • B.

      Consultation

    • C.

      Crisis Intervention

    • D.

      Client Education

    Correct Answer
    A. Referral
    Explanation
    The process described in the scenario is best viewed as an example of referral. Vic, who needed immediate medical attention, was given the name of a local physician by the counselor. This suggests that the counselor was referring Vic to the physician for treatment. Referral involves directing a client to another professional or service that can provide the necessary assistance or support. In this case, the counselor recognized the need for medical intervention and facilitated the connection between Vic and the physician, ensuring that he received the appropriate care.

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  • 6. 

    This core function may take place before, during, or after screening and intake. It must take place before treatment begins.

    • A.

      Treatment Planning

    • B.

      Case Management

    • C.

      Orientation

    • D.

      Counseling

    Correct Answer
    C. Orientation
    Explanation
    Orientation is the correct answer because it is a core function that can occur before, during, or after screening and intake. It is essential to provide individuals with information about the treatment process, program rules, and expectations before they begin treatment. This helps them understand what to expect and increases their chances of success in the treatment program.

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  • 7. 

    The provision of information to individuals and groups concerning alcohol and other drug abuse and the available services and resources.

    • A.

      Crisis Intervention

    • B.

      Client Education

    • C.

      Referral

    • D.

      Intake

    Correct Answer
    B. Client Education
    Explanation
    Client Education is the correct answer because it refers to the provision of information to individuals and groups regarding alcohol and drug abuse, as well as the available services and resources. This can involve educating clients about the risks and consequences of substance abuse, providing information on treatment options, and promoting healthy behaviors and coping strategies. By providing education, individuals and groups can make informed decisions about their substance use and access the appropriate services and support.

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  • 8. 

    The identification of the client's needs that cannot be met by the counselor or agency and assisting the client to use the support systems and community resources available.

    • A.

      Consultation

    • B.

      Referral

    • C.

      Orientation

    • D.

      Client Education

    Correct Answer
    B. Referral
    Explanation
    Referral is the correct answer because it involves recognizing the limitations of the counselor or agency in meeting the client's needs and helping the client access appropriate support systems and community resources. Referral is an important step in ensuring that the client receives the necessary assistance and is connected to the appropriate services outside of the counselor's or agency's scope of practice. It involves making recommendations and providing information to the client about other professionals or organizations that can better address their specific needs.

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  • 9. 

    Report and Record keeping global criteria:

    • A.

      Present relevant alcohol and other drug use/abuse information

    • B.

      Utilize relevant information from written documents for client care.

    • C.

      Identifying any coexisting conditions (medical, psychiatric etc.) that indicate need for additional professional assessment and or services.

    • D.

      Describing to the client the goals of the program; rules of conduct and infractions that can lead to disciplinary action or discharge from the program.

    Correct Answer
    B. Utilize relevant information from written documents for client care.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Utilize relevant information from written documents for client care." This answer is supported by the information provided in the question, which states that one of the criteria for report and record keeping is to utilize relevant information from written documents for client care. This means that when providing care to clients, it is important to use the information documented in written documents to inform the care provided.

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  • 10. 

    Consultation global criteria:

    • A.

      Identify methods/procedures for corroborative information from secondary sources

    • B.

      Apply techniques to assist in exploring problems & its ramifications

    • C.

      Implement immediate course of action

    • D.

      Recognize issues that are beyond the counselor's base and knowledge and/or skill.

    Correct Answer
    D. Recognize issues that are beyond the counselor's base and knowledge and/or skill.
    Explanation
    This answer is correct because it aligns with the last criterion mentioned in the consultation global criteria. It states that counselors should be able to recognize issues that are beyond their base, knowledge, and skill. This is important because counselors should not attempt to address problems that they are not qualified or equipped to handle. Instead, they should refer clients to other professionals who can provide the necessary expertise.

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  • 11. 

    A Treatment Plan must describe ________________

    • A.

      Monitoring, feedback, and evaluation of services

    • B.

      Services to be offered, who will provide the services, where they will take place, and how often they are to occur

    • C.

      Crisis

    • D.

      Barriers to effective assessment

    Correct Answer
    B. Services to be offered, who will provide the services, where they will take place, and how often they are to occur
    Explanation
    A Treatment Plan must describe the services to be offered, who will provide the services, where they will take place, and how often they are to occur. This is important because it provides a clear and detailed outline of the specific treatments and interventions that will be provided to the individual. It also identifies the responsible parties who will be delivering the services, the locations where the services will take place, and the frequency or schedule of the services. This information is crucial for effective planning, coordination, and implementation of the treatment plan.

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