Topical Index

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Alcohol, powdered, banning use, purchase, sale, and possession of: SB 6082
Behavioral health and medical services, via managed care in regional service area, certain reimbursements, when: SB 5924
Behavioral health services, combined mental health and chemical dependency services, repealing 2014 act: HB 2228
Behavioral health services, integrated behavioral health training centers of excellence, establishing: HB 2927
Behavioral health services, providing, training for leveraging federal funds: HB 2850, SB 6430, * SSB 6430, CH 154 (2016)
Behavioral health services, task force on aligning with primary health care: * E3SHB 1713, CH 29 (2016), SB 6544, SSB 6544, 2SSB 6544
Behavioral health treatment services and facilities, county local option sales and use tax funding: HB 2263, * ESHB 2263, CH 24 (2015)
Chemical dependency professionals, chemical dependency peer support services and specialist credential: SSB 6485
Chemical dependency professionals, mental health and chemical dependency dual licensure: SB 6485
Chemical dependency professionals, primary place of practice, supplying information at time of license renewal: SSB 6036
Chemical dependency recovery programs, funding: SB 5078, SSB 5078
Chemical dependency treatment, funding support services for: HB 1598, SB 5178
Chemical dependency treatment, health or social welfare organizations providing, B&O tax deductions: HB 2028, SB 6477, SSB 6477
Chemical dependency treatment, involuntary and minors, integration with mental health treatment: HB 1713, ESHB 1713, 2SHB 1713, * E3SHB 1713, CH 29 (2016)
Chemical dependency treatment, involuntary, detention standards, modifying: HB 1945, HB 2282, SB 5687
Chemical dependency treatment, non-hospital facilities, patient ambulance transport to: HB 1721, * SHB 1721, CH 157 (2015), HB 2044
Chemical dependency treatment, parent or guardian authority to admit minor to and keep in program for: HB 2958
Chemical dependency treatment, program certification, transferring duties from DSHS to department of health: HB 1888, SHB 1888
Chemical dependency treatment, residential, availability as drug offender sentencing alternative: HB 1569, SHB 1569
Chemical dependency, mental health, and/or co-occurring disorder treatment disposition alternative for juvenile offenders, creating: HB 2746, * ESHB 2746, CH 106 (2016)
Chemical dependency, replacing with "substance use disorder," in treatment administrative provisions: HB 1916, SHB 1916, 2SHB 1916
Defendants, pretrial alcohol and drug monitoring programs, pretrial supervision costs limitation exemption for: * SSB 6134, CH 35 (2015)
Defendants, pretrial electronic alcohol monitoring programs, pretrial supervision costs limitation exemption for: SB 6134
Defendants, pretrial electronic or alcohol abstinence monitoring services, defendant to reimburse for costs: * SSB 6134, CH 35 (2015)
Electronic alcohol monitoring devices for offenders, sales and use tax exemptions for: HB 2983
Homeless, chemical dependency and/or mental illness treatment for, using certain account funds for: SB 6647
Intoxication, voluntary, as criminal charge defense, prohibiting: HB 2275
Jails, persons in, communication about health services and medications for: HB 2501
Jails, persons in, communication about health services and medications for, work group to study: SHB 2501
Opioid overdoses, overdose medications to counteract, increasing access: HB 1671, * ESHB 1671, CH 205 (2015)
Recovery, alcohol or drug addiction fellowship sponsors, testimony by: HB 2789, SB 6498, * SSB 6498, CH 24 (2016) V
Sentencing for criminal offenses, alcohol or controlled substance possession or use, prohibitions: * SB 5104, CH 81 (2015)
Students, truancy, substance abuse assessment or mental health evaluation: * 2SHB 2449, CH 205 (2016) PV
Substance abuse programs, funding with marijuana excise tax revenues: HB 1673, SHB 1673, SB 5245, SSB 5245
Substance abuse, youth substance abuse prevention and education grant program, creating: HB 1642
Substance use disorder treatment, involuntary and minors, integration with mental health treatment: ESHB 1713, 2SHB 1713, * E3SHB 1713, CH 29 (2016)
Substance use disorder, integrating administrative provisions into community mental health system provisions: HB 1916, SHB 1916, 2SHB 1916
Substance use disorder, replacing "chemical dependency" with, in treatment administrative provisions: HB 1916, SHB 1916, 2SHB 1916
Workers' compensation benefits, for liquor- or drug-caused injuries or diseases, limiting, criteria: HB 1454