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The ombudsman shall prepare and distribute to each services provider in the state a written notice describing the procedure to follow in making a complaint, including the address and telephone number of the office and the ombudsman. The administrator or person in charge of such services provider shall give the written notice required by this Code section to each consumer who receives disability services from such services provider and the consumer's guardian, parent of a minor consumer, or health care agent, if any, upon first providing such disability services. The administrator or person in charge of such services provider shall also post such written notice in conspicuous public places in the facility, premises, or property in which disability services are provided in accordance with procedures provided by the ombudsman and shall give such notice to any consumer and his or her guardian, parent of a minor consumer, or health care agent, if any, who did not receive it upon the consumer's first receiving disability services.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Georgia Code Title 37. Mental Health § 37-2-39 - last updated April 14, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ga/title-37-mental-health/ga-code-sect-37-2-39/
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