Purpose—Parental participation in treatment decisions—Parental control of minor children during treatment.
Responsibility of counties for evaluation and treatment services for minors.
Notice to parents, school contacts for referring students to inpatient treatment.
Jurisdiction over proceedings under chapter—Venue.
Mental health commissioners—Authority.
Transfer of superior court proceedings to juvenile department.
Court proceedings under chapter subject to rules of state supreme court.
Attorneys appointed for minors—Compensation.
Court records and files confidential—Availability.
Rights of minors undergoing treatment—Posting.
No detention of minors after eighteenth birthday—Exceptions.
Release of minor—Requirements.
Antipsychotic medication and shock treatment.
Parent-initiated treatment—Notice to parents of available treatment options.
Failure to notify parent or guardian of treatment options—Civil penalty.
Notice to parent or guardian—Treatment options—Policy and protocol adoption—Report.
Department to adopt rules to effectuate chapter.
Uniform application of chapter—Training for county-designated mental health professionals.
Redirection of Title XIX funds to fund placements within the state.
Availability of treatment does not create right to obtain public funds.
Eligibility for medical assistance under chapter 74.09
Payment by department.
Liability for costs of minor's treatment and care—Rules.
Liability for performance of duties under this chapter limited.
Judicial services—Civil commitment cases—Reimbursement.
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Evaluation and treatment services—Unavailability—Single bed certification.
Minor thirteen or older may be admitted for inpatient mental treatment without parental consent—Professional person in charge must concur—Written renewal of consent required.
Notice to parents when minor admitted to inpatient treatment without parental consent.
Minor voluntarily admitted may give notice to leave at any time.
Age of consent—Outpatient treatment of minors.
Parent may request determination whether minor has mental disorder requiring inpatient treatment—Minor consent not required—Duties and obligations of professional person and facility.
Review of admission and inpatient treatment of minors—Determination of medical necessity—Department review—Minor declines necessary treatment—At-risk youth petition—Costs—Public funds.
Minor may petition court for release from facility.
Minor not released by petition under RCW 71.34.620—
Release within thirty days—
Professional may initiate proceedings to stop release.
Evaluation of treatment of minors.
Parent may request determination whether minor has mental disorder requiring outpatient treatment—Consent of minor not required—Discharge of minor.
Limitation on liability for admitting or accepting minor child.
Evaluation of minor thirteen or older brought for immediate mental health services—Temporary detention.
Minor thirteen or older who presents likelihood of serious harm or is gravely disabled—Transport to inpatient facility—Petition for initial detention—Notice of commitment hearing—Facility to evaluate and admit or release minor.
Examination and evaluation of minor approved for inpatient admission—Referral to chemical dependency treatment program—Right to communication, exception—Evaluation and treatment period.
Petition for fourteen-day commitment—Requirements.
Commitment hearing—Requirements—Findings by court—Commitment—Release.
Petition for one hundred eighty-day commitment—Hearing—Requirements—Findings by court—Commitment order—Release—Successive commitments.
Placement of minor in state evaluation and treatment facility—Placement committee—Facility to report to committee.
Release of minor—Conditional release—Discharge.
Minor's failure to adhere to outpatient conditions—Deterioration of minor's functioning—Transport to inpatient facility—Order of apprehension and detention—Revocation of alternative treatment or conditional release—Hearings.
Transportation for minors committed to state facility for one hundred eighty-day treatment.
Transferring or moving persons from juvenile correctional institutions or facilities to evaluation and treatment facilities.
Effective date—1985 c 354.