Intent—Public involvement and outreach.
"Appropriately trained professional person" defined by rule.
Department created—Powers and duties transferred to.
Inventory of charitable, educational, penal, and reformatory land.
Affordable housing—Inventory of suitable housing.
Secretary of social and health services—Appointment—Term—Salary—Temporary appointment if vacancy—As executive head and appointing authority.
Secretary of social and health services—Powers and duties generally—Employment of assistants and personnel, limitation.
Departmental divisions—Plan establishing and organizing.
Review of expenditures for drug and alcohol treatment.
Rule making regarding sex offenders.
Deputy secretary—Department personnel director—Assistant secretaries—Appointment—Duties—Salaries.
Social worker V employees—Implementation plan.
Secretary's delegation of powers and duties.
Secretary or designee as member of state board of health.
Federal Older Americans Act of 1965—Department to participate in and administer.
Community programs and projects for the aging.
Denial, suspension, revocation, or modification of license.
Assessment of civil fine.
Department as state agency for receipt of federal funds for vocational rehabilitation—Exception.
Vocational rehabilitation, powers and duties of secretary or designee.
Consultation with coordinating council for occupational education.
Committees and councils—Declaration of purpose.
Committees and councils—Appointment—Memberships—Terms—Vacancies—Travel expenses.
Per diem or mileage—Limitation.
Purchase of services from public or nonprofit agencies—Utilization of nonappropriated funds.
Purchase of services from public or nonprofit agencies—Vendor rates—Establishment.
Purchase of services from public or nonprofit agencies—Factors to be considered.
Purchase of services from public or nonprofit agencies—Retention of basic responsibilities by secretary.
Purchase of services from public or nonprofit agencies—Secretary to provide consultative, technical and development services to suppliers—Review of services.
Purchase of services from public or nonprofit agencies—Qualifications of vendors.
Purchase of services from public or nonprofit agencies—Retention of sums to pay departmental costs.
Mental health and chemical dependency treatment providers and programs—Vendor rate increases.
State-operated workshops at institutions—Authorized—Standards.
Federal programs—Rules and regulations—Internal reorganization to meet federal requirements—Statutes to be construed to meet federal law—Conflicting parts deemed inoperative.
Authority to administer oaths and issue subpoenas—Provisions governing subpoenas.
Authority to appoint a single executive officer for multiple institutions—Exception.
Employment of deputies, experts, physicians, etc.
Services for children with disabilities.
Reports of violations by secretary—Duty of attorney general, prosecuting attorney or city attorney to institute proceedings—Notice to alleged violator.
State council on aging established.
State council on aging—Membership—Terms—Vacancies—Chairperson—Secretary—Compensation of legislative members.
State council on aging—Meetings—Compensation of nonlegislative members.
State council on aging—Powers and duties—Bylaws.
Investigation of conviction records or pending charges of state employees and individual providers.
Receipt and use of criminal history information.
Telecommunications devices and services for the hearing and speech impaired—Definitions.
Telecommunications devices for the hearing and speech impaired—Program for provision of services and equipment—Rules.
Mental health first aid training for teachers and educational staff.
Administration of statutes applicable to runaway youth, at-risk youth, and families in conflict—Consistency required.
Administration of family services and programs.
Homeless families with children—Shelter and housing services.
Vision services for the homeless—Coordination.
Vision services for the homeless—Funding.
Vision services for the homeless—Use of used eyeglass frames by providers.
Vision services for the homeless—Provider liability.
Vision services for the homeless—Third party payers.
Vision services for the homeless—Program name.
Group homes—Availability of evaluations and data.
Secretary to enter into agreements with health care authority—Division of responsibilities.
Children's services—Annual quality assurance report.
Employee incentive program pilot—WorkFirst program.
Training competencies and learning outcomes.
Problem and pathological gambling treatment program—Rules.
Problem gambling account.
Regional service areas—Establishment.
Behavioral health organizations—Contracting process.
Adult behavioral health system—Improvement strategy.
Behavioral health organizations—Access to chemical dependency and mental health professionals.
Tribal-centric behavioral health system.
Effective date—Severability—1970 ex.s. c 18.