Administrative Code Chapter DHS 75.24(7): Wisconsin Requires some Behavioral Health Facilities to Have a Plan for Tobacco Treatment and a Policy Regarding a Smoke-free Environment
Wisconsin behavioral health providers who treat substance use disorders are required by October 2022 to formulate plans to assess and treat tobacco use and have a policy about smoke-free environments. It’s due to the State of Wisconsin’s revised Administrative Code Chapter 75.
- Fact Sheet: Wis. Admin. Code § DHS 75.24(7) Revisions: Tobacco Treatment and Smoke Free Policies
- Webinar – Overview of DHS 75.24(7): Learn more about the DHS 75 revision, including an outline of revisions pertaining to tobacco treatment and policies, to whom the rule applies, and resources available to assist providers. To view, click here.
- Webinar – DHS 75 Resources and Toolkits: UW-CTRI will help train substance use providers on new DHS 75.25(7) requirements. This offers an overview of the resources available to assist providers not only meet the new requirements, but to implement best practices. To view, click here.
- Case Studies: See how two providers – who have been there, done that – did it.
- State Info: Here is the State of Wisconsin webpage dedicated to DHS 75 revisions and implementation.