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New Jersey Statutes Title 26. Health and Vital Statistics 26 § 2G-22

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As used in this act:

 “Narcotic and drug abusesubstance use disorder treatment center” means any establishment, facility or institution, public or private, whether operated for profit or not, which primarily offers, or purports to offer, maintain, or operate facilities for the residential or outpatient diagnosis, care, treatment, or rehabilitation of two or more nonrelated individuals, who are patients as defined herein, excluding, however, any hospital or mental hospital otherwise licensed by Title 30 of the Revised Statutes.

 “Patient” means a person who is addicted to, or otherwise has a physical or mental impairment from the use of narcotic drugs and who requires continuing care of a narcotic and substance use disorder treatment center.

 “Narcotic drug” means any narcotic, drug, or dangerous controlled substance, as defined in any law of the State of New Jersey or of the United States.

 “Commissioner” means the Commissioner of Health .

Cite this article: - New Jersey Statutes Title 26. Health and Vital Statistics 26 § 2G-22 - last updated February 19, 2021 |

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