Rhode Island General Laws Title 40.1. Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities and Hospitals

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  • Chapter 1. Department of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities and Hospitals
  • Chapter 1.1. Cooperation with Federal Government
  • Chapter 2. Administration of State Institutions
  • Chapter 3. Curative Services
  • Chapter 5. Mental Health Law
  • Chapter 5.3. Incompetency to Stand Trial and Persons Adjudged Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity
  • Chapter 5.4. Division of Mental Health
  • Chapter 8. Governor's Committee on Mental Retardation
  • Chapter 8.5. Community Mental Health Services
  • Chapter 9. Interstate Compact on Mental Health
  • Chapter 21. Division of Developmental Disabilities
  • Chapter 22. Developmental Disabilities
  • Chapter 23. Parental Succession--Persons with Developmental Disabilities
  • Chapter 24. Persons with Mental Illness, Addiction/Substance Abuse Disorders and Developmental Disabilities
  • Chapter 24.5. Community Residences
  • Chapter 25. Protection and Advocacy System--Right of Access
  • Chapter 25.1. Employee Criminal Records Check
  • Chapter 26. Rights for Persons with Developmental Disabilities
  • Chapter 27. Penalties for Abuse of Persons with Developmental Disabilities
  • Chapter 29. Governor's Council on Behavioral Health

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