(1) A residential, vocational and life skills program shall interview and screen all
prospective participants for medical prescriptions, physical and mental health history,
and recent alcohol or drug use.
(2) Unless an individual obtains a medical clearance from a physician or physician
assistant, a residential, vocational and life skills program may not have as a participant
an individual who:
(a) has a recent diagnosis of a mental, social, psychiatric, or psychological illness;
(b) has an active prescription for medication for a mental, social, psychiatric, or
(3) A residential, vocational and life skills program may not admit a minor.
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