Legislative intent and policy.
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Intent—Management of services for people with mental disorders.
Grants, purchasing of services, for community mental health programs.
Secretary's powers and duties as state behavioral health authority.
Licensed service providers, residential services, community support services—Minimum standards.
Behavioral health organization powers and duties.
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Identification by behavioral health organization—Children's mental health services.
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Children's mental health services—Children's access to care standards and benefit package—Recommendations to legislature.
Children's mental health providers—Children's mental health evidence-based practice institute—Pilot program.
Wraparound model of integrated children's mental health services delivery—Contracts—Evaluation—Report.
Joint agreements of county authorities—Required provisions.
Joint agreements of county authorities—Permissive provisions.
Grants to behavioral health organizations—Accounting.
Proof as to uses made of state funds—Use of maintenance of effort funds.
Expenditures of county funds subject to county fiscal laws.
Clients to be charged for services.
Reimbursement may be withheld for noncompliance with chapter or related rules.
County program plans to be approved by secretary prior to submittal to federal agency.
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Behavioral health organizations—Gifts and grants.
Waiver of postgraduate educational requirements.
Behavioral health organizations—Inclusion of tribal authorities—Roles and responsibilities.
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Administration of chapters 71.05
RCW through behavioral health organizations—
Implementation of chapter 71.05
Behavioral health organizations—Procurement process—Penalty for voluntary termination or refusal to renew contract.
Behavioral health organizations—Contracts with department—Requirements.
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Behavioral health organizations—Agreements with city and county jails.
Behavioral health ombuds office.
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Establishment of new behavioral health organizations.
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Behavioral health organizations contracts—Limitation on state liability.
Purchase of mental health and chemical dependency treatment services—Managed care contracting—Detailed plan.
Behavioral health organizations—Mental disorder program development.
Streamlining delivery system—Finding.
Streamlining delivery system.
Streamlining delivery system—Department duties to achieve outcomes.
Expenditure of federal funds.
Collaborative service delivery.
Offenders with mental illnesses—Findings and intent.
Offenders with mental illnesses—Contracts for specialized access and services.
Offenders with mental illnesses—Report to legislature—Contingent termination of program.
Offenders with mental illness who are believed to be dangerous—Contract for case management—Use of appropriated funds.
Offenders with mental illness who are believed to be dangerous—Limitation on liability due to treatment—Reporting requirements.
Evaluation and treatment services—Capacity needs—Regional support network or behavioral health organization.
Written guidance and trainings—Managed care—Incarcerated and involuntarily hospitalized persons.
Integrated comprehensive screening and assessment process—Implementation.
Chemical dependency specialist services—To be available at children and family services offices—Training in uniform screening.
Agreements authorized under the Interlocal Cooperation Act.
Local funding and donative funding requirements—Facilities, plans, programs.
Duties of department.
Comprehensive program for treatment—Regional facilities.
City, town, or county without facility—Contribution of liquor taxes prerequisite to use of another's facility.
Liquor taxes and profits—City and county eligibility conditioned.
Opiate substitution treatment programs—Pregnant women—Information and education.
Acceptance for approved treatment—Rules.
Emergency service patrol—Establishment—Rules.
Criminal laws limitations.
Criminal justice treatment account.
Opiate substitution treatment—Declaration of regulation by state.
Opiate substitution treatment—Program certification by department, department duties—Definition of opiate substitution treatment.
Statewide treatment and operating standards for opiate substitution programs—Evaluation and report.
Inability to contribute to cost no bar to admission—Department may limit admissions.
Fetal alcohol screening and assessment services.
Interagency agreement on fetal alcohol exposure programs.
Chemical dependency treatment expenditures—Prioritization.
Persons with substance use disorders—Intensive case management pilot projects.
Uniform application of chapter—Training for behavioral health organization-designated chemical dependency specialists.
Integrated, comprehensive screening and assessment process for substance use and mental disorders.
Standards for certification or licensure of evaluation and treatment facilities.
Standards for certification or licensure of crisis stabilization units.
Standards for certification or licensure of a clubhouse.
Mental health system review—Performance audit recommendations affirmed.
Mental health system review—Implementation of performance audit recommendations.
Mental health system review—Study of long-term outcomes.
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Behavioral health organizations—Transfers between organizations.
Regional service areas—Report—Managed care integration.
Task force—Integrated behavioral health services.
Effective date—1967 ex.s. c 111.