Access to Recovery III

New Recovery Support Provider

In order to become eligible to receive ATR III recovery support voucher funds prospective providers must first be granted credentialed status by the Missouri Division of Behavioral Health (DBH), formerly the Divisions of Alcohol and Drug Abuse and Comprehensive Psychiatric Services. Prospective recovery support service providers include nonprofit and for-profit organizations, faith-based, community-based, corporate, and grassroots organizations.   In order to become credentialed to provide ATR III voucher-funded recovery support services, the provider’s program site(s) must be physically located within one of the ATR III ROSC geographic areas and the organization seeking credentialed status must have at least one year’s experience providing recovery support services from their existing location in an ATR III ROSC prior to the date credentialed status is awarded.

Requirements and procedures to obtain credentialed status are explained in the New Recovery Support Credentialed Status document and the attachments posted below.

New Recovery Support Provider Credentialed Status


A. ATR III New Provider Credentialed Status Application

B. ATR III Access Sites and Treatment Provider Locations

C. ATR III Background Screening

D. ATR III List of HQS inspectors

E. ATR III Physical Plant and Safety

F. ATR III Fire Safety

G. ATR III Recovery Support Documentation Manual

H. ATR III DMH Client Rights Brochure

I. ATR III DMH Abuse Neglect Policy

J. ATR III HIPPA Privacy Rule Policy

K. ATR III Recovery Support Services, Descriptions and Prices