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               (See also ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES; DRUGS; TRAFFIC OFFENSES)
Behavioral health authority, designation of state, transfer to HCA, work group for: SSB 5259
Behavioral health authority, designation of state, transferring to health care authority: HB 1388, ESHB 1388, SB 5259, SSB 5259
Behavioral health licensees, fraudulent license transfers by, prohibiting: SB 5705, * SSB 5705, CH 330 (2017)
Behavioral health licensees, violations reduction by DSHS, prohibiting, when: SB 5705, * SSB 5705, CH 330 (2017)
Behavioral health organizations, serving homeless, developing strategies for: SB 5903
Behavioral health organizations, substance use disorder treatment providers: SB 5863
Behavioral health services, physical health integration, managed care work group: SB 5894
Behavioral health services, physical health integration, work group on: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Behavioral health services, primary care settings, bidirectional integration model: * SSB 5779, CH 226 (2017) PV
Behavioral health services, primary care settings, integration model: SB 5779
Behavioral health services, whole-person care that includes: * SSB 5779, CH 226 (2017) PV
Behavioral health, certain DSHS functions, transferring to department of health: HB 1388, ESHB 1388, SB 5259, SSB 5259
Chemical dependency professionals, authority to sign commitment petition: * 2ESSB 5106, CH 14 (2017), SSB 5580
Chemical dependency professionals, participation in civil commitment evaluations: * 2ESSB 5106, CH 14 (2017), SSB 5580
Chemical dependency specialists, authority to sign commitment petition: HB 1753, ESHB 1753, SB 5580
Chemical dependency specialists, designated, authority of: HB 1753, ESHB 1753, * 2ESSB 5106, CH 14 (2017), SB 5580, SSB 5580
Chemical dependency specialists, participation in civil commitment evaluations: HB 1753, ESHB 1753, SB 5580
Chemical dependency treatment, admitting minor to and keeping them in: HB 1424
Chemical dependency treatment, involuntary, detention standards: HB 1259
Chemical dependency treatment, local tax revenues for: SB 5903
Chemical dependency treatment, using certain funds to supplant existing funds: HB 2006, SHB 2006
Code 4 Northwest crisis service, Steve Redmond, honoring: * HR 4628 (2017)
Commitment, involuntary, substance use disorder facilities/programs unavailability: HB 2401
Commitment, involuntary, when "gravely disabled" by substance use disorder: SB 5656, SB 5811, SB 5864
Criminal offenders, behavioral health issues, diversion center pilot project: HB 2287, SB 6060
Crisis intervention response team pilot project, creating: HB 2234, SB 5970
Designated crisis responders, role of: ESHB 1753, * 2ESSB 5106, CH 14 (2017)
Electronic alcohol monitoring devices for offenders, tax exemptions for: HB 1423
Heroin use, gravely disabled by, involuntary commitment when: SB 5656, SB 5811, SB 5864
Higher education, behavioral health and suicide prevention, approaches: HB 1379, SHB 1379, HB 2513
Incompetent persons, health care informed consent for: HB 2541
Infants exposed to alcohol or drugs, transitional care centers for, licensing: HB 1491, SB 5152
Infants exposed to drugs, transitional care services for, licensing: SHB 1491, * SSB 5152, CH 263 (2017)
Intoxication, voluntary, as criminal charge defense, prohibiting: HB 1973
Methadone, as opioid replacement medication, availability: HB 2489, SB 6150
Monitoring, for substance abuse, impaired podiatric practitioner program: * HB 1198, CH 22 (2017)
Naloxone, as opioid overdose reversal medication, availability: HB 2489, SB 6150
Naloxone, establishing access grant program and creating account: HB 1505
Opioid use disorder, active heroin use, involuntary commitment, when: SB 5656, SB 5811, SB 5864
Opioid use disorder, medications for treatment, replacement, and overdose reversal: HB 2489, SB 6150
Opioid use disorder, treatment access, grant program for increasing: SB 5839
Opioid use disorder, treatment programs using certain medications, requirements: HB 1427, * ESHB 1427, CH 297 (2017), HB 2489, SB 6150
Opioid-related overdoses, rapid response teams for: HB 2489, SB 6150
Opioids, distributor morphine dose sales fee, revenues to fund naloxone access: HB 1505
Substance use disorder, civil commitment evaluations, participation in: HB 1753, ESHB 1753, * 2ESSB 5106, CH 14 (2017), SB 5580, SSB 5580
Substance use disorder, detention facilities/programs unavailability, procedures: HB 2401
Substance use disorder, drug court recovery support for, using certain funds for: HB 1524, SHB 1524, SB 6025
Substance use disorder, gravely disabled due to, when: SB 5656, SB 5811, SB 5864
Substance use disorder, involuntary commitment, opioid/heroin use, when: SB 5811
Substance use disorder, involuntary commitment, petition for, who can sign: HB 1753, ESHB 1753, * 2ESSB 5106, CH 14 (2017), SB 5580, SSB 5580
Substance use disorder, involuntary commitment, when heroin use and homeless: SB 5656, SB 5864
Substance use disorder, minor-requested treatment, parental notification: SB 5709
Substance use disorder, miscellaneous provisions: ESSB 5894
Substance use disorder, replacing certain professional practice terms with: HB 1340, ESHB 1340
Substance use disorder, safe injection sites, ending via state regulatory preemption: HB 1761, SB 5223, SSB 5223, SB 6254
Substance use disorder, treatment providers, outcome/performance measures for: SB 5863
Substance use disorder, treatment, prior authorization not needed, when: HB 2572
Workers' compensation benefits, for liquor- or drug-caused injuries or diseases: HB 1228