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36-2029 - Funding of facilities; contracts; limitations
36-2029. Funding of facilities; contracts; limitations
A. The administration may use municipal, county, state and federal monies appropriated or otherwise available for the evaluation and treatment of alcoholics to assist in the establishment and maintenance of approved public or private treatment facilities. The monies may be expended for professional fees for services at an approved treatment facility or in contract for advancement or reimbursement of services provided at an approved treatment facility or any other appropriate manner and may be used for any purpose necessary to provide evaluation and treatment at approved treatment facilities. These monies may not be used for salaries or any other purpose within the administration but may be used for consultation services in the interest of approved treatment facilities.
B. A public or private treatment facility providing or intending to provide evaluation and treatment and desiring to contract with the administration for the furnishing of such services shall submit a program, plan and budget to the administration on the forms and in the manner required by the administration. If such a facility is approved, the administration may contract with the facility for services as required and on such terms and conditions as the administration requires.
C. Each approved treatment facility shall provide the administration with a record of all federal, state, county, city and private monies received for the previous year and an estimate of monies to be received by the facility for the following year.
D. An approved private or public treatment facility providing evaluation and treatment may receive state funding on complying with the rules established by the department. Any such facility is not eligible for state funding until approved by the administration.
E. This article does not place on the administration or the state any liability for the well-being and care of alcoholics or persons incapacitated by alcohol in a public or private treatment facility or the responsibility for funding such programs beyond the limits of legislative appropriation therefor.