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36-418 - Behavioral health residential facilities; reporting requirement
36-418. Behavioral health residential facilities; reporting requirement
A licensed behavioral health residential facility that provides services to children, that contracts with the federal government and that receives only federal monies shall report to the department of health services within twenty-four hours after an actual or alleged event or situation that creates a significant risk of substantial or serious harm to the physical or mental health, safety or well-being of a resident at the facility or while the resident is in the custody of the facility and that requires notification to local law enforcement, the department of child safety or the United States department of health and human services. The licensee shall inform the department of health services regarding any corrective action plan required by the United States department of health and human services.