The Delivered to Choices credentialing team ensures documentation of updated licensure/certification, qualification training, and continuing education for all D2C providers. We are committed to providing uncompromised customer service and support to our clients, employees, and providers.
Every D2C case is assigned a dedicated case manager who supports the employee, employer and you, the SAP/SAE.
Companies contract with D2C to provide SUD evaluations for their employees in safety-sensitive positions.
D2C maintains accurate electronic and hard files of your DOT SAP and SAE confidential records.
Case managers can provide you with time-saving administrative assistance.
Collaborate with other SAPs’ to conduct drug education hours when evaluated for such services.
Providing letters of completion with 24 hours.
Provider FMCSA Clearinghouse
The FMCSA Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse is a secure, online database that will give employers and other authorized users real-time information about commercial driver’s license (CDL) and commercial learner’s permit (CLP) holders’ drug and alcohol program violations.
The Clearinghouse will improve safety on our Nation’s roadways by giving employers access to information they need to make informed safety decisions about when current or prospective drivers with drug and alcohol violations can safely resume safety-sensitive functions after completing the required return-to-duty (RTD) process.
Substance Abuse Professionals (SAPs) be ready for driver requests.
Once you are registered, you can take the following actions in the Clearinghouse prior to implementation:
- Self-certify your qualifications. During registration, Substance Abuse Professionals (SAPs) must self-certify they have the credentials and basic knowledge required by § 40.281.
- Invite Assistants. Send invitations to other employees who will report information in the Clearinghouse on your behalf, allowing them to register as part of your company.
- Be ready for driver requests. Before you can enter information about a driver’s RTD activities in the Clearinghouse, the driver you are working with must identify you as his or her SAP, and send you a request to designate you as his or her SAP in the Clearinghouse. You will need to be registered in the Clearinghouse before the driver can send you this request.
Beginning January 6, 2020, SAPs will be required to report the following information in the Clearinghouse:
1) Date the driver’s initial assessment is completed, by the close of the business day following the assessment.
2) Date you determine the driver is eligible for RTD testing, by the close of this business day following the determination.
- You will not upload any documentation, including driver follow-up testing plans, to the Clearinghouse.
- Clearinghouse for SAPs