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51.13 (1) (e) A minor may be admitted immediately upon the approval of the application executed under par. (a) or (b) by the treatment director of the facility or his or her designee or, in the case of a center for the developmentally disabled, the director of the center or his or her designee, and the director of the appropriate county department under s. 51.42 or 51.437 if such the county department is to be responsible for the cost of the minor's therapy and treatment. Approval shall be based upon an informed professional opinion that the minor is in need of psychiatric services or services for developmental disability, alcoholism, or drug abuse, that the treatment facility offers inpatient therapy or treatment which that is appropriate for the minor's needs, and that inpatient care in the facility is the least restrictive therapy or treatment consistent with the minor's needs. In the case of a minor who is being admitted for the primary purpose of treatment for alcoholism or drug abuse, approval shall also be based on the results of an alcohol or other drug abuse assessment that conforms to the criteria specified in s. 938.547 (4).
16,1966ch Section 1966ch. 51.13 (2) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.13 (2) (a) A minor may be admitted to an inpatient treatment facility without complying with the requirements of this section if the admission does not involve the department or a county department under s. 51.42 or 51.437, or a contract between a treatment facility and the department or between a treatment facility and a county department. The application for voluntary admission of a minor who is 14 years of age or older to an inpatient treatment facility for the primary purpose of treatment for alcoholism or drug abuse and the application for voluntary admission of a minor who is under 14 years of age to an inpatient treatment facility for the primary purpose of treatment for mental illness, developmental disability, alcoholism, or drug abuse shall be executed by a parent who has legal custody of the minor or by the minor's guardian. The application for voluntary admission of a minor who is 14 years of age or over older to an inpatient treatment facility for the primary purpose of treatment for mental illness or developmental disability shall be executed by the minor and a parent who has legal custody of the minor or the minor's guardian.
16,1966ci Section 1966ci. 51.13 (2) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.13 (2) (b) Notwithstanding par. (a), any minor who is 14 years of age or older and who is admitted to an inpatient treatment facility for the primary purpose of treatment of mental illness, or developmental disability, alcoholism or drug abuse has the right to be discharged within 48 hours of after his or her request, as provided in sub. (7) (b). At the time of admission, any minor who is 14 years of age or older and who is admitted to an inpatient treatment facility for the primary purpose of treatment for mental illness or developmental disability, and the minor's parent or guardian, shall be informed of this right orally and in writing by the director of the hospital or such person's designee. This paragraph does not apply to individuals who receive services in hospital emergency rooms.
16,1966ck Section 1966ck. 51.13 (2) (d) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.13 (2) (d) Writing materials for use in requesting a discharge shall be made available at all times to all minors who are 14 years of age or older and who are admitted under this subsection for the primary purpose of treatment for mental illness or developmental disability. The staff of the facility shall assist such minors in preparing or submitting requests for discharge.
16,1966cm Section 1966cm. 51.13 (3) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.13 (3) (b) A minor 14 years of age or older who has been admitted to an inpatient treatment facility for the primary purpose of treatment for mental illness or developmental disability, a minor who is voluntarily admitted under sub. (1) (c) 1. or 2., and his or her the minor's parent or guardian shall also be informed by the director or his or her designee, both orally and in writing, in easily understandable language, of the minor's right to request discharge and to be discharged within 48 hours of the request if no petition or statement is filed for emergency detention, emergency commitment, involuntary commitment, or protective placement, and the minor's right to consent to or refuse treatment as provided in s. 51.61 (6).
16,1966cn Section 1966cn. 51.13 (3) (c) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.13 (3) (c) A minor 14 years of age or older who has been admitted to an inpatient facility for the primary purpose of treatment for alcoholism or drug abuse, a minor under 14 years of age who has been admitted to an inpatient treatment facility for the primary purpose of treatment for mental illness, developmental disability, alcoholism, or drug abuse, and his or her the minor's parent or guardian shall also be informed by the director or his or her designee, both orally and in writing, in easily understandable language, of the right of the parent or guardian to request the minor's discharge as provided in sub. (7) (b) and of the minor's right to a hearing to determine continued appropriateness of the admission as provided in sub. (7) (c).
16,1966cp Section 1966cp. 51.13 (4) (a) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.13 (4) (a) (intro.) Within 3 days of after the admission of a minor under sub. (1), or within 3 days of after application for admission of the minor, whichever occurs first, the treatment director of the facility to which the minor is admitted or, in the case of a center for the developmentally disabled, the director of the center, shall file a verified petition for review of the admission in the court assigned to exercise jurisdiction under chs. 48 and 938 in the county in which the facility is located. A copy of the application for admission and of any relevant professional evaluations shall be attached to the petition. The petition shall contain all of the following:
16,1966cr Section 1966cr. 51.13 (4) (c) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.13 (4) (c) A copy of the petition shall be provided by the petitioner to the minor and his or her parents or guardian within 5 days of after admission.
16,1966ct Section 1966ct. 51.13 (4) (d) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.13 (4) (d) Within 5 days of after the filing of the petition, the court assigned to exercise jurisdiction under chs. 48 and 938 shall determine, based on the allegations of the petition and accompanying documents, whether the admission is voluntary on the part of the minor if the minor is 14 years of age or older and whether there is a prima facie showing that the minor is in need of psychiatric services, or services for developmental disability, alcoholism, or drug abuse, that the treatment facility offers inpatient therapy or treatment which that is appropriate to the minor's needs, and that inpatient care in the treatment facility is the least restrictive therapy or treatment consistent with the needs of the minor, and, if the minor is 14 years of age or older and has been admitted to the treatment facility for the primary purpose of treatment for mental illness or developmental disability, whether the admission is voluntary on the part of the minor. If such a showing is made, the court shall permit voluntary admission. If the court is unable to make such those determinations based on the petition and accompanying documents, it shall the court may dismiss the petition as provided in par. (h); or order additional information to be produced as it deems necessary for the court to make such review, and make such those determinations within 14 days of after admission or application for admission, whichever is sooner; or it may hold a hearing within 14 days of after admission or application for admission, whichever is sooner. If a notation of the minor's unwillingness appears on the face of the petition, or if a hearing has been requested by the minor, or by the minor's counsel, parent, or guardian, the court shall hold a hearing to review the admission within 14 days of after admission or application for admission, whichever is sooner, and shall appoint counsel to represent the minor if the minor is unrepresented. If the court deems considers it necessary, it the court shall also appoint a guardian ad litem to represent the minor.
16,1966cv Section 1966cv. 51.13 (4) (g) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.13 (4) (g) (intro.) If the court finds that the minor is in need of psychiatric services or services for developmental disability, alcoholism, or drug abuse in an inpatient facility, and that the inpatient facility to which the minor is admitted offers therapy or treatment that is appropriate for the minor's needs and that is the least restrictive therapy or treatment consistent with the minor's needs, and, in the case of a minor aged 14 or older who is being admitted for the primary purpose of treatment for mental illness or developmental disability, that the application is voluntary on the part of the minor, the court shall permit voluntary admission. If the court finds that the therapy or treatment in the inpatient facility to which the minor is admitted is not appropriate or is not the least restrictive therapy or treatment consistent with the minor's needs, the court may order placement in or transfer to another more appropriate or less restrictive inpatient facility, except that the court may not permit or order placement in or transfer to the northern or southern centers for the developmentally disabled of a minor unless the department gives approval for the placement or transfer, and if the order of the court is approved by all of the following if applicable:
16,1966cvv Section 1966cvv. 51.13 (4) (g) 1. of the statutes is amended to read:
51.13 (4) (g) 1. The minor if he or she is aged 14 or older and is being admitted for the primary purpose of treatment for mental illness or developmental disability.
16,1966cw Section 1966cw. 51.13 (6) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.13 (6) (a) A minor may be admitted to an inpatient treatment facility without review of the application under sub. (4) for diagnosis and evaluation or for dental, medical, or psychiatric services for a period not to exceed 12 days. The application for short-term admission of a minor shall be executed by the minor's parent or guardian, and by the minor if he or she, if the minor is 14 years of age or older and is being admitted for the primary purpose of diagnosis, evaluation, or services for mental illness or developmental disability, by the minor. A minor may not be readmitted to an inpatient treatment facility for psychiatric services under this paragraph within 120 days of a previous admission under this paragraph.
16,1966cx Section 1966cx. 51.13 (7) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.13 (7) (a) If a minor is admitted to an inpatient treatment facility while under 14 years of age, and if upon reaching age 14 is in need of further inpatient care and treatment primarily for mental illness or developmental disability, the director of the facility shall request the minor and the minor's parent or guardian to execute an application for voluntary admission. Such an application may be executed within 30 days prior to a minor's 14th birthday. If the application is executed, a petition for review shall be filed in the manner prescribed in sub. (4), unless such a review has been held within the last 120 days. If the application is not executed by the time of the minor's 14th birthday, the minor shall be discharged unless a petition or statement is filed for emergency detention, emergency commitment, involuntary commitment, or protective placement by the end of the next day in which the court transacts business.
16,1966cy Section 1966cy. 51.13 (7) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.13 (7) (b) Any minor 14 years of age or over older who is voluntarily admitted under this section for the primary purpose of treatment for mental illness or developmental disability, and any minor who is voluntarily admitted under sub. (1) (c) 1. or 2., may request discharge in writing. In the case of a minor 14 years of age or older who is voluntarily admitted under this section for the primary purpose of treatment for alcoholism or drug abuse or a minor under 14 years of age who is voluntarily admitted under this section for the primary purpose of treatment for mental illness, developmental disability, alcoholism, or drug abuse, the parent or guardian of the minor may make the request. Upon receipt of any form of written request for discharge from a minor, the director of the facility in which the minor is admitted shall immediately notify the minor's parent or guardian. The minor shall be discharged within 48 hours after submission of the request, exclusive of Saturdays, Sundays, and legal holidays, unless a petition or statement is filed for emergency detention, emergency commitment, involuntary commitment, or protective placement.
16,1966cz Section 1966cz. 51.13 (7) (c) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.13 (7) (c) Any minor 14 years of age or older who is voluntarily admitted under this section for the primary purpose of treatment for alcoholism or drug abuse, and who is not discharged under par. (b), and any minor under 14 years of age who is voluntarily admitted under this section for the primary purpose of treatment for mental illness, developmental disability, alcoholism, or drug abuse, and who is not discharged under par. (b), may submit a written request to the court for a hearing to determine the continued appropriateness of the admission. If the director or staff of the inpatient treatment facility to which a minor under the age of 14 described in this paragraph is admitted observes conduct by the minor which that demonstrates an unwillingness to remain at the facility, including but not limited to a written expression of opinion or unauthorized absence, the director shall file a written request with the court to determine the continued appropriateness of the admission. A request which that is made personally by a minor under this paragraph shall be signed by the minor but need not be written or composed by him or her the minor. A request for a hearing under this paragraph which that is received by staff or the director of the facility in which the child is admitted shall be filed with the court by the director. The court shall order a hearing upon request if no hearing concerning the minor's admission has been held within 120 days of after receipt of the request. The court shall appoint counsel and, if the court deems considers it necessary, a guardian ad litem to represent the minor and if a hearing is held shall hold the hearing within 14 days of after the request, unless the parties agree to a longer period. After the hearing, the court shall make disposition of the matter in the manner provided in sub. (4).
16,1966d Section 1966d. 51.15 (1) (a) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.15 (1) (a) (intro.) A law enforcement officer or other person authorized to take a child into custody under ch. 48 or to take a juvenile into custody under ch. 938 may take an individual into custody if the officer or person has cause to believe that such the individual is mentally ill or, except as provided in subd. 5., is drug dependent, or is developmentally disabled, and that the individual evidences any of the following:
16,1966e Section 1966e. 51.15 (1) (a) 5. of the statutes is repealed.
16,1966f Section 1966f. 51.15 (1) (c) of the statutes is repealed.
16,1966g Section 1966g. 51.15 (4) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.15 (4) (a) In counties having a population of 500,000 or more, the law enforcement officer or other person authorized to take a child into custody under ch. 48 or to take a juvenile into custody under ch. 938 shall sign a statement of emergency detention which shall provide detailed specific information concerning the recent overt act, attempt, or threat to act or omission on which the belief under sub. (1) is based and the names of the persons observing or reporting the recent overt act, attempt, or threat to act or omission. The law enforcement officer or other person is not required to designate in the statement whether the subject individual is mentally ill, developmentally disabled, or drug dependent, but shall allege that he or she has cause to believe that the individual evidences one or more of these conditions if sub. (1) (a) 1., 2., 3. or 4. is believed or mental illness, if sub. (1) (a) 5. is believed. The law enforcement officer or other person shall deliver, or cause to be delivered, the statement to the detention facility upon the delivery of the individual to it.
16,1966h Section 1966h. 51.15 (5) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.15 (5) Detention procedure; other counties. In counties having a population of less than 500,000, the law enforcement officer or other person authorized to take a child into custody under ch. 48 or to take a juvenile into custody under ch. 938 shall sign a statement of emergency detention which that shall provide detailed specific information concerning the recent overt act, attempt, or threat to act or omission on which the belief under sub. (1) is based and the names of persons observing or reporting the recent overt act, attempt, or threat to act or omission. The law enforcement officer or other person is not required to designate in the statement whether the subject individual is mentally ill, developmentally disabled, or drug dependent, but shall allege that he or she has cause to believe that the individual evidences one or more of these conditions if sub. (1) (a) 1., 2., 3. or 4. is believed or mental illness, if sub. (1) (a) 5. is believed. The statement of emergency detention shall be filed by the officer or other person with the detention facility at the time of admission, and with the court immediately thereafter. The filing of the statement has the same effect as a petition for commitment under s. 51.20. When, upon the advice of the treatment staff, the director of a facility specified in sub. (2) determines that the grounds for detention no longer exist, he or she shall discharge the individual detained under this section. Unless a hearing is held under s. 51.20 (7) or 55.06 (11) (b), the subject individual may not be detained by the law enforcement officer or other person and the facility for more than a total of 72 hours, exclusive of Saturdays, Sundays, and legal holidays.
16,1966i Section 1966i. 51.20 (1) (a) 2. e. of the statutes is amended to read:
51.20 (1) (a) 2. e. For an individual, other than an individual who is alleged to be drug dependent or developmentally disabled, after the advantages and disadvantages of and alternatives to accepting a particular medication or treatment have been explained to him or her and because of mental illness, evidences either incapability of expressing an understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of accepting medication or treatment and the alternatives, or substantial incapability of applying an understanding of the advantages, disadvantages, and alternatives to his or her mental illness in order to make an informed choice as to whether to accept or refuse medication or treatment; and evidences a substantial probability, as demonstrated by both the individual's treatment history and his or her recent acts or omissions, that the individual needs care or treatment to prevent further disability or deterioration and a substantial probability that he or she will, if left untreated, lack services necessary for his or her health or safety and suffer severe mental, emotional, or physical harm that will result in the loss of the individual's ability to function independently in the community or the loss of cognitive or volitional control over his or her thoughts or actions. The probability of suffering severe mental, emotional, or physical harm is not substantial under this subd. 2. e. if reasonable provision for the individual's care or treatment is available in the community and there is a reasonable probability that the individual will avail himself or herself of these services or if the individual is appropriate for protective placement under s. 55.06. Food, shelter, or other care that is provided to an individual who is substantially incapable of obtaining food, shelter, or other care for himself or herself by any person other than a treatment facility does not constitute reasonable provision for the individual's care or treatment in the community under this subd. 2. e. The individual's status as a minor does not automatically establish a substantial probability of suffering severe mental, emotional, or physical harm under this subd. 2. e. This subd. 2. e. does not apply after November 30, 2001.
16,1966j Section 1966j. 51.20 (1) (ad) 1. of the statutes is amended to read:
51.20 (1) (ad) 1. If a petition under par. (a) is based on par. (a) 2. e., the petition shall be reviewed and approved by the attorney general or by his or her designee prior to or within 12 hours after the time that it is filed. If the attorney general or his or her designee disapproves or fails to act with respect to the petition, the petition may not be filed. If the attorney general or his or her designee disapproves or fails to act with respect to a petition under this subdivision within 12 hours after the time that it is filed, the individual, if detained under the petition, shall be released and the petition is void.
16,1966k Section 1966k. 51.20 (1) (ad) 3. of the statutes is repealed.
16,1966L Section 1966L. 51.20 (10) (cm) 1. of the statutes is renumbered 51.20 (10) (cm) and amended to read:
51.20 (10) (cm) Prior to or at the final hearing, for individuals for whom a petition is filed under sub. (1) (a) 2. e., the county department under s. 51.42 or 51.437 shall furnish to the court and the subject individual an initial recommended written treatment plan that contains the goals of treatment, the type of treatment to be provided, and the expected providers. The treatment plan shall address the individual's needs for inpatient care, residential services, community support services, medication and its monitoring, case management, and other services to enable the person to live in the community upon release from an inpatient facility. The treatment plan shall contain information concerning the availability of the needed services and community treatment providers' acceptance of the individual into their programs. The treatment plan is only a recommendation and is not subject to approval or disapproval by the court. Failure to furnish a treatment plan under this subdivision paragraph does not constitute grounds for dismissal of the petition unless the failure is made in bad faith.
16,1966m Section 1966m. 51.20 (10) (cm) 2. of the statutes is repealed.
16,1966n Section 1966n. 51.20 (13) (g) 2d. c. of the statutes is repealed.
16,1966r Section 1966r. 51.22 (2) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.22 (2) Voluntary Except as provided in s. 51.13 (2), voluntary admissions under ss. 51.10, 51.13, and 51.45 (10) shall be through the county department under s. 51.42 or 51.437 serving the person's county of residence, or through the department if the person to be admitted is a nonresident of this state. Admissions through a county department under s. 51.42 or 51.437 shall be made in accordance with s. 51.42 (3) (as) 1. or 51.437 (4rm) (a). Admissions through the department shall be made in accordance with sub. (3).
16,1966t Section 1966t. 51.30 (3) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.30 (3) (b) An individual's attorney or guardian ad litem and the corporation counsel shall have access to the files and records of the court proceedings under this chapter without the individual's consent and without modification of the records in order to prepare for involuntary commitment or recommitment proceedings, reexaminations, appeals, or other actions relating to detention, admission, or commitment under this chapter or ch. 971 or 975.
16,1966v Section 1966v. 51.30 (4) (b) 11. of the statutes is amended to read:
51.30 (4) (b) 11. To the subject individual's counsel or guardian ad litem and the corporation counsel, without modification, at any time in order to prepare for involuntary commitment or recommitment proceedings, reexaminations, appeals, or other actions relating to detention, admission, commitment, or patients' rights under this chapter or ch. 48, 971, or 975.
16,1966x Section 1966x. 51.30 (4) (b) 14. of the statutes is repealed.
16,1967f Section 1967f. 51.35 (3) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.35 (3) (a) A licensed psychologist of a secured correctional facility or, a secured child caring institution, or a secured group home, or a licensed physician of the department of corrections, who has reason to believe that any individual confined in the secured correctional facility, secured child caring institution, or secured group home is, in his or her opinion, in need of services for developmental disability, alcoholism, or drug dependency or in need of psychiatric services, and who has obtained voluntary consent to make a transfer for treatment, shall make a report, in writing, to the superintendent of the secured correctional facility, secured child caring institution, or secured group home, stating the nature and basis of the belief and verifying the consent. In the case of a minor age 14 and over or older who is in need of services for developmental disability or who is in need of psychiatric services, the minor and the minor's parent or guardian shall consent unless the minor is admitted under s. 51.13 (1) (c); and in 1. In the case of a minor age 14 or older who is in need of services for alcoholism or drug dependency or a minor under the age of 14 who is in need of services for developmental disability, alcoholism, or drug dependency or in need of psychiatric services, only the minor's parent or guardian need consent unless the minor is admitted under s. 51.13 (1) (c). The superintendent shall inform, orally and in writing, the minor and the minor's parent or guardian, that transfer is being considered and shall inform them of the basis for the request and their rights as provided in s. 51.13 (3). If the department of corrections, upon review of a request for transfer, determines that transfer is appropriate, that department shall immediately notify the department of health and family services and, if the department of health and family services consents, the department of corrections may immediately transfer the individual. The department of health and family services shall file a petition under s. 51.13 (4) (a) in the court assigned to exercise jurisdiction under chs. 48 and 938 of the county where the treatment facility is located.
16,1967g Section 1967g. 51.35 (3) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.35 (3) (b) The court assigned to exercise jurisdiction under chs. 48 and 938 shall determine, based on the allegations of the petition and accompanying documents, whether the transfer is voluntary on the part of the minor if he or she is aged 14 or over, and whether the transfer of the minor to an inpatient facility is appropriate and consistent with the needs of the minor. In the event that and, if the minor is 14 years of age or older and is being transferred for the purpose of receiving services for developmental disability or psychiatric services, whether the transfer is voluntary on the part of the minor. If the court is unable to make such those determinations based on the petition and accompanying documents, it shall the court may order additional information to be produced as it deems necessary to make such review, and make such those determinations within 14 days of after admission, or it the court may hold a hearing within 14 days of after admission. If a notation of the minor's unwillingness appears on the face of the petition, or that if a hearing has been requested by the minor, or by the minor's counsel, guardian ad litem, parent, or guardian, the court shall hold a hearing and appoint counsel or a guardian ad litem for the minor as provided in s. 51.13 (4) (d). At the conclusion of the hearing, the court shall approve or disapprove the request for transfer. If the minor is under the continuing jurisdiction of the court of another county, the court may order the case transferred together with all appropriate records to that court.
16,1967h Section 1967h. 51.35 (3) (c) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.35 (3) (c) A licensed psychologist of a secured correctional facility or, a secured child caring institution, or a secured group home, or a licensed physician of the department of corrections, who has reason to believe that any individual confined in the secured correctional facility, secured child caring institution, or secured group home, in his or her opinion, is mentally ill, drug dependent, or developmentally disabled and is dangerous as described in s. 51.20 (1) (a) 2. a., b., c., or d., is mentally ill, is dangerous, and satisfies the standard under s. 51.20 (1) (a) 2. e., or is an alcoholic and is dangerous as described in s. 51.45 (13) (a) 1. and 2., shall file a written report with the superintendent of the secured correctional facility, secured child caring institution, or secured group home, stating the nature and basis of the belief. If the superintendent, upon review of the allegations in the report, determines that transfer is appropriate, he or she shall file a petition according to s. 51.20 or 51.45 in the court assigned to exercise jurisdiction under chs. 48 and 938 of the county where the secured correctional facility, secured child caring institution, or secured group home is located. The court shall hold a hearing according to procedures provided in s. 51.20 or 51.45 (13).
16,1967i Section 1967i. 51.35 (3) (c) of the statutes, as affected by 1999 Wisconsin Act 9, section 1558d, and 2001 Wisconsin Act .... (this act), is repealed and recreated to read:
51.35 (3) (c) A licensed psychologist of a secured correctional facility, a secured child caring institution, or a secured group home, or a licensed physician of the department of corrections, who has reason to believe that any individual confined in the secured correctional facility, secured child caring institution, or secured group home, in his or her opinion, is mentally ill, drug dependent, or developmentally disabled and is dangerous as described in s. 51.20 (1) (a) 2., or is an alcoholic and is dangerous as described in s. 51.45 (13) (a) 1. and 2., shall file a written report with the superintendent of the secured correctional facility, secured child caring institution, or secured group home, stating the nature and basis of the belief. If the superintendent, upon review of the allegations in the report, determines that transfer is appropriate, he or she shall file a petition according to s. 51.20 or 51.45 in the court assigned to exercise jurisdiction under ch. 48 of the county where the secured correctional facility, secured child caring institution, or secured group home is located. The court shall hold a hearing according to procedures provided in s. 51.20 or 51.45 (13).
16,1967j Section 1967j. 51.35 (3) (g) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.35 (3) (g) A minor 14 years of age or older who is transferred to a treatment facility under par. (a) for the purpose of receiving services for developmental disability or psychiatric services may request in writing a return to the secured correctional facility, secured child caring institution, or secured group home. In the case of a minor 14 years of age or older who is transferred to a treatment facility under par. (a) for the purpose of receiving services for alcoholism or drug dependency or a minor under 14 years of age, who is transferred to a treatment facility under par. (a) for the purpose of receiving services for developmental disability, alcoholism, or drug dependency, or psychiatric services, the parent or guardian may make the request. Upon receipt of a request for return from a minor 14 years of age or over older, the director shall immediately notify the minor's parent or guardian. The minor shall be returned to the secured correctional facility, secured child caring institution, or secured group home within 48 hours after submission of the request unless a petition or statement is filed for emergency detention, emergency commitment, involuntary commitment, or protective placement.
16,1967n Section 1967n. 51.375 (2) of the statutes is renumbered 51.375 (2) (a).
16,1967p Section 1967p. 51.375 (2) (b) of the statutes is created to read:
51.375 (2) (b) The department may administer a lie detector test to a sex offender as part of the sex offender's programming, care, or treatment. A patient may refuse to submit to a lie detector test under this paragraph. This refusal does not constitute a general refusal to participate in treatment. A person administering a lie detector test under this paragraph may not ask the subject of the test any question that can reasonably be anticipated to elicit information as to whether the subject committed an offense for which the subject has not been convicted, found not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect, or adjudicated delinquent. The results of a lie detector test under this paragraph may be used only in the care, treatment, or assessment of the subject or in programming for the subject. The results of a test may be disclosed only to persons employed at the facility at which the subject is placed who need to know the results for purposes related to care, treatment, or assessment of the patient, the committing court, the patient's attorney, or the attorney representing the state in a proceeding under ch. 980.
16,1968d Section 1968d. 51.42 (3) (ar) 4m. of the statutes is amended to read:
51.42 (3) (ar) 4m. If state, federal, and county funding for alcohol and other drug abuse treatment services provided under subd. 4. are insufficient to meet the needs of all eligible individuals, ensure that first priority for services is given to pregnant women who suffer from alcoholism or alcohol abuse or are drug dependent and that second priority be given to individuals who are 20 years of age and were eligible for the medical assistance program under s. 49.46 (1) (a) 5m. but became ineligible for the program solely because they attained the age of 20.
16,1968dh Section 1968dh. 51.42 (3) (ar) 4p. of the statutes is created to read:
51.42 (3) (ar) 4p. If state, federal, and county funding for mental health services provided under subd. 4. are insufficient to meet the needs of all eligible individuals, ensure that first priority for services is given to individuals who are 20 years of age and were eligible for the medical assistance program under s. 49.46 (1) (a) 5m. but became ineligible for the program solely because they attained the age of 20.
16,1970 Section 1970. 51.42 (3) (as) 1. of the statutes is amended to read:
51.42 (3) (as) 1. A county department of community programs shall authorize all care of any patient in a state, local or private facility under a contractual agreement between the county department of community programs and the facility, unless the county department of community programs governs the facility. The need for inpatient care shall be determined by the program director or designee in consultation with and upon the recommendation of a licensed physician trained in psychiatry and employed by the county department of community programs or its contract agency. In cases of emergency, a facility under contract with any county department of community programs shall charge the county department of community programs having jurisdiction in the county where the patient is found. The county department of community programs shall reimburse the facility for the actual cost of all authorized care and services less applicable collections under s. 46.036, unless the department of health and family services determines that a charge is administratively infeasible, or unless the department of health and family services, after individual review, determines that the charge is not attributable to the cost of basic care and services. A Except as provided in subd. 1m., a county department of community programs may not reimburse any state institution or receive credit for collections for care received therein by nonresidents of this state, interstate compact clients, transfers under s. 51.35 (3), and transfers from Wisconsin state prisons under s. 51.37 (5) (a), commitments under s. 975.01, 1977 stats., or s. 975.02, 1977 stats., or s. 971.14, 971.17 or 975.06 or admissions under s. 975.17, 1977 stats., or children placed in the guardianship of the department of health and family services under s. 48.427 or 48.43 or under the supervision of the department of corrections under s. 938.183 or 938.355. The exclusionary provisions of s. 46.03 (18) do not apply to direct and indirect costs which are attributable to care and treatment of the client.
16,1971 Section 1971. 51.42 (3) (as) 1m. of the statutes is created to read:
51.42 (3) (as) 1m. A county department of community programs shall reimburse a mental health institute at the institute's daily rate for custody of any person who is ordered by a court located in that county to be examined at the mental health institute under s. 971.14 (2) for all days that the person remains in custody at the mental health institute, beginning 48 hours, not including Saturdays, Sundays, and legal holidays, after the sheriff and county department receive notice under s. 971.14 (2) (d) that the examination has been completed.
16,1971L Section 1971L. 51.421 (3) (e) of the statutes is created to read:
51.421 (3) (e) Distribute, from the appropriation under s. 20.435 (7) (bL), $1,000,000 in each fiscal year for community support program services.
16,1971p Section 1971p. 51.423 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.423 (1) The department shall fund, within the limits of the department's allocation for mental health services under s. 20.435 (3) (o) and (7) (b), (kw) and (o) and subject to this section, services for mental illness, developmental disability, alcoholism, and drug abuse to meet standards of service quality and accessibility. The department's primary responsibility is to guarantee that county departments established under either s. 51.42 or 51.437 receive a reasonably uniform minimum level of funding and its secondary responsibility is to fund programs which meet exceptional community needs or provide specialized or innovative services. Moneys appropriated under s. 20.435 (7) (b) and earmarked by the department for mental health services under s. 20.435 (7) (o) shall be allocated by the department to county departments under s. 51.42 or 51.437 in the manner set forth in this section.
16,1971r Section 1971r. 51.423 (2) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.423 (2) From the appropriations under s. 20.435 (3) (o) and (7) (b), (kw) and (o), the department shall distribute the funding for services provided or purchased by county departments under s. 46.23, 51.42, or 51.437 to such county departments as provided under s. 46.40. County matching funds are required for the distributions under s. 46.40 (2) and (9) (b). Each county's required match for the distributions under s. 46.40 (2) for a year equals 9.89% of the total of the county's distributions under s. 46.40 (2) for that year for which matching funds are required plus the amount the county was required by s. 46.26 (2) (c), 1985 stats., to spend for juvenile delinquency-related services from its distribution for 1987. Each county's required match for the distribution under s. 46.40 (9) (b) for a year equals 9.89% of that county's amounts described in s. 46.40 (9) (a) (intro.) for that year. Matching funds may be from county tax levies, federal and state revenue sharing funds, or private donations to the counties that meet the requirements specified in sub. (5). Private donations may not exceed 25% of the total county match. If the county match is less than the amount required to generate the full amount of state and federal funds distributed for this period, the decrease in the amount of state and federal funds equals the difference between the required and the actual amount of county matching funds.
16,1972 Section 1972. 51.437 (4rm) (c) 2m. of the statutes is amended to read:
51.437 (4rm) (c) 2m. Bill the county department of developmental disabilities services for services provided under s. 51.06 (1) (1m) (d) to individuals who are eligible for medical assistance that are not provided by the federal government, using the procedure established under subd. 1.
16,1973 Section 1973. 51.437 (14) (i) of the statutes is repealed.
16,1974m Section 1974m. 51.437 (14p) of the statutes is repealed.
16,1981b Section 1981b. 51.437 (14r) (a) 2. (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.437 (14r) (a) 2. (intro.) Perform the following responsibilities related to the state plan, for the delivery of services, that is required under 42 USC 6022, including the construction of facilities:
16,1982r Section 1982r. 51.44 (3) (c) of the statutes is created to read:
51.44 (3) (c) No county may contribute less funding for early intervention services under this section than the county contributed for early intervention services in 1999, except that, for a county that demonstrated extraordinary effort in 1999, the department may waive this requirement and establish with the county a lesser required contribution.
16,1993f Section 1993f. 51.47 (title) of the statutes is amended to read:
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