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Current as of: 2013
§ 51.001Legislative policy
§ 51.01Definitions
§ 51.02Council on mental health
§ 51.03Department; powers and duties
§ 51.032Denial and revocations of certification or approval based on tax delinquency
§ 51.038Outpatient mental health clinic certification
§ 51.04Treatment facility certification
§ 51.05Mental health institutes
§ 51.06Centers for the developmentally disabled
§ 51.07Outpatient services
§ 51.08Milwaukee County Mental Health Complex
§ 51.09County hospitals
§ 51.10Voluntary admission of adults
§ 51.13Admission of minors
§ 51.14Review of outpatient mental health treatment of minors aged 14 or older
§ 51.15Emergency detention
§ 51.20Involuntary commitment for treatment
§ 51.22Care and custody of persons
§ 51.30Records
§ 51.35Transfers and discharges
§ 51.37Criminal commitments; mental health institutes
§ 51.375Honesty testing of sex offenders
§ 51.38Nonresident patients on unauthorized absence
§ 51.39Resident patients on unauthorized absence
§ 51.40Determination of residence for certain adults; county of responsibility
§ 51.42Community mental health, developmental disabilities, alcoholism and drug abuse services
§ 51.421Community support programs
§ 51.423Grants-in-aid
§ 51.437Developmental disabilities services
§ 51.44Early intervention services
§ 51.45Prevention and control of alcoholism
§ 51.46Priority for pregnant women for private treatment for alcohol or other drug abuse
§ 51.47Alcohol and other drug abuse treatment for minors without parental consent
§ 51.48Alcohol and other drug testing, assessment, and treatment of minor without minor's consent
§ 51.59Incompetency not implied
§ 51.60Appointment of counsel
§ 51.605Reimbursement for counsel provided by the state
§ 51.61Patients rights
§ 51.62Protection and advocacy system
§ 51.63Private pay for patients
§ 51.64Reports of death required; penalty; assessment
§ 51.65Segregation of tuberculosis patients
§ 51.67Alternate procedure; protective services
§ 51.75Interstate compact on mental health
§ 51.76Compact administrator
§ 51.77Transfer of patients
§ 51.78Supplementary agreements
§ 51.79Transmittal of copies
§ 51.80Patients' rights
§ 51.81Uniform extradition of persons of unsound mind act; definitions
§ 51.82Delivery of certain nonresidents
§ 51.83Authentication of demand; discharge; costs
§ 51.84Limitation of time to commence proceeding
§ 51.85Interpretation
§ 51.87Interstate contracts for services under this chapter
§ 51.90Antidiscrimination
§ 51.91Supplemental aid
§ 51.95Short title

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See also:

Wisconsin Statutes > Controlled Substances

U.S. Code Provisions: Drugs and Alcohol

U.S. Code > Title 20 > Chapter 7 - Instruction As To Nature And Effect Of Alcoholic Drinks And Narcotics
U.S. Code > Title 21 > Chapter 13 - Drug Abuse Prevention And Control
U.S. Code > Title 21 > Chapter 20 - National Drug Control Program
U.S. Code > Title 21 > Chapter 22 - National Drug Control Policy
U.S. Code > Title 21 > Chapter 24 - International Narcotics Trafficking
U.S. Code > Title 21 > Chapter 25 - Miscellaneous Anti-Drug Abuse Provisions
U.S. Code Title 42 > Chapter 46 > Subchapter XII-C - Rural Drug Enforcement
U.S. Code > Title 42 > Chapter 124 - Public Housing Drug Elimination
U.S. Code Title 42 > Chapter 136 > Subchapter IV - Drug Control

Federal Regulations: Drugs and Alcohol

U.S. Code > Title 20 > Chapter 7 - Instruction As To Nature And Effect Of Alcoholic Drinks And Narcotics
U.S. Code > Title 21 > Chapter 13 - Drug Abuse Prevention And Control
U.S. Code > Title 21 > Chapter 20 - National Drug Control Program
U.S. Code > Title 21 > Chapter 22 - National Drug Control Policy
U.S. Code > Title 21 > Chapter 24 - International Narcotics Trafficking
U.S. Code > Title 21 > Chapter 25 - Miscellaneous Anti-Drug Abuse Provisions
U.S. Code Title 42 > Chapter 46 > Subchapter XII-C - Rural Drug Enforcement
U.S. Code > Title 42 > Chapter 124 - Public Housing Drug Elimination
U.S. Code Title 42 > Chapter 136 > Subchapter IV - Drug Control
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