GLOSSARY OF TERMS
ACRONYMS AND DEFINITIONS COMMONLY SEEN IN THE CARE NETWORK
AA
Alcohol Anonymous
ACTT
Assertive Community Treatment Team
ADAS
Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services
ADASB
Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services Board
AoD
Alcohol and other Drugs
ADAMHB
Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board
AIDS
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
AToD
Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs
BH
Behavioral Health
CADCA
Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America
CAP
Corrective Action Plan
CABH
Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health
CAPT
Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies
CCDC
Certified Chemical Dependency Counselor
CEU
Continuing Education Unit
CM
Care Management
CMS
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
CSAP
Center for Substance Abuse Prevention
CSAT
Center for Substance Abuse Treatment
CPST
Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment
CD
Chemical Dependency
CMHB
Community Mental Health Board
CQI
Continuous Quality Improvement, one of the functional areas of Board activity and agency requirement
CPST
Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment
DHHS
Department of Health and Human Services
DRP
Day Reporting Program
CIRC
Crisis Intervention and Recovery Center
DOE
Department of Education
DOH
Department of Health
DOT
Department of Transportation
DETOX
Detoxification: medical treatment for intoxication and/or withdrawal from addiction symptoms
Domestic Violence Project
DVP
Driver Intervention Program
DIP
Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs
DUI
Drug Abuse Resistance Education
DARE
DFSCA
Drug Free Schools and Communities Act
DFW
Drug-Free Workplace
DYS
Department of Youth Services
EPHI
Electronic Protected Health Information
FAST
Family And Systems Team
Federal Medicaid Assistance Percentage
FMAP
FFP
Federal Funds Portion (or Federal Financial Participation)
FM
Fiscal Management
FSP
Family Support Plan
GFA
Guidance For Applicants
HCFA
Health Care Finance Administration of the Federal Government (Medicaid)
HEASC
Heartland East Administrative Services Center
HIPAA
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
HIV
Human Immunodeficiency Virus
HB 484
House Bill 484
IDATF
Indigent Driver’s Alcohol Treatment Fund
IOP
Intensive Outpatient Services
ISW (or LISW)
Licensed Independent Social Worker
IEP
Individualized Education Plan
IV
Intravenous
Intravenous Drug User
IVDU
LCDC II, III
Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor level II, III
LIOP
Low-Intensity Outpatient Services
LICDC
Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor
LRP
Leadership and Resiliency Program
LST
Life Skills Training
MBP
Medicaid Business Plan
MDFT
Multi-Dimensional Family Therapy
MHB
Mental Health Board
MICA
Mentally-Ill Chemically Addicted (another term for SAMI)
MACSIS
Multi-Agency Community Services Information System
MST
NAADAC
NAMI
NCADI
NIAAA
NIDA
NIH
OAADAC
OAC
OACBHA
OCPS I, II
OCDP
ODASI
ODHS
ODMHAS
ODJFS
ODRC
ODYS
OMVI
ONDCP
OOD
OPDFY
ORC
OVPP
OVI
OWF
PHI
PI
PRI
PRIDE
P/E/T
PERS
PC (or LPC)
PCC (or LPCC)
PCC-S
POS
PAKT
Parents And Kids Together
PTO
Performance Target Outcome
RA (1)
Registered Applicant
RA (2)
Remittance
RCH
Registered Clock Hour
RFP
Request for Proposal
SSA
Social Security Administration
SAPT
Block Grant for Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment
Senate Bill 131 established an Indigent Driver’s Alcohol Treatment Fund (IDATF) in each municipal court to provide treatment services to indigent drivers with 2 or 3 (OVI, DUI, OMVI)
SB131
SB2
Senate Bill 2 creates new levels of felony offenses (including 4 or More DWIs) and dictates local treatment/incarceration alternatives to state prison
SP
Special Purpose grants/contracts
SOP
Standard Outpatient Services
SFY
State Fiscal Year - begins July 1 and ends June 30
SA
Substance Abuse
SAMHSA
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
SAP
Substance Abuse Professional
SAMI
Substance Abusing Mentally Ill clients
SIG
State Incentive Grant
SSI
Supplemental Security Income
SW
Licensed Social Worker
TC
Therapeutic Community
TI
Teen Institute
TANF
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
TRAP
Tobacco Risk Awareness Program
TASC
Treatment Accountability for Safer Communities
UCI
Unique Client Identifier
UCRS
Uniform Cost Reporting System
UMADAOP
Urban Minority Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Outreach Program
UPI
Unique Provider Identifier
Multi-Systemic Therapy
National Association of Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors
National Alliance on Mental Health
National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
National Institute on Drug Abuse
National Institutes of Health
Ohio Association of Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors
Ohio Administrative Code
Ohio Association of County Behavioral Health Authoritie
Ohio Certified Prevention Specialist I, and II
Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board
Ohio Drug and Alcohol Studies Institute
Ohio Department of Human Services
Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services
Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services
Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections
Ohio Department of Youth Servicess
Operating a Motor Vehicle while under the Influence, Impaired, or Intoxicated
Office of National Drug Control Policy
Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities
Ohio Parents for Drug Free Youth
Ohio Revised Code
Ohio Violence Prevention Process
Operating a Vehicle while Intoxicated
Ohio Works First
Protected Health Information
Performance Improvement
Prevention Research Institute
Parents Resource Institute for Drug Education
Prevention/Education/and Training
Public Employees Retirement System
Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
Professional Clinical Counselor with Supervisory Endorsement (Supervising Counselor)
Purchase Of Service