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Louisiana Revised Statutes Tit. 28, § 215.2. Coroner's Strategic Initiative for a Health Information and Intervention Program;  powers and duties

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Subject to the availability of adequate funding, a CSI/HIP may perform any of the following functions:

(1) Provide a home-based support system, which shall not provide any behavioral health treatment but rather shall provide aid to the individual to ensure that the treatment protocol is being met and to access available behavioral health resources in the community for persons who satisfy all of the following criteria:

(a) The person was committed pursuant to Part III of this Chapter.

(b) The person has completed the treatment program and has been released.

(c) The person has voluntarily consented to have personnel of the coroner, performing duties in conjunction with the CSI/HIP, periodically visit the person at the person's residence.

(2) Establish a community resource center that is accessible by telephone or internet to provide twenty-four hour support for persons suffering from a mental illness or substance-related or addictive disorder by providing educational and outreach materials about the resources for behavioral health patients which are available in the community, including the location, transportation, and methods for accessing these resources.

(3) Apply for and receive any grants, funds, or monies from any foundation, nonprofit organization, or state or federal governmental agency or entity.

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