Providing ATR Services
Access to Recovery (ATR) is a federal grant that focuses on innovative approaches to recovery, based on the principle of client choice. The first ATR grant allowed Recovery Support Services to be a state-funded resource, which was the first step toward implementing a recovery-oriented system of care. It also developed the collaborative relationship between the Department of Health and Welfare, Department of Correction, Department of Juvenile Corrections, and the Idaho Supreme Court, which are now collectively referred to as the partners. ATR III developed connections between the military community and the partners, allowing us to focus on services for military members and their families. This was the catalyst for Veterans Courts in Idaho. ATR 4 has allowed the Department of Health and Welfare to dedicate funding specifically to serve those who are experiencing homelessness, at risk of homelessness, or victims of domestic violence.
Agencies interested in providing ATR services must be part of the BPA Health provider network. Please contact BPA Health if you are interested in beginning this process.
ATR 4 strictly follows both HIPAA and 42 CFR 42 regulations. Providers must ensure they meet these criteria. ATR also has a GPRA reporting requirement set forth by the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT). GPRA reporting is a federal requirement.