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4431
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Botts discusses legislation enacted by the 1999 North Carolina General Assembly that affects substance abuse, developmental disabilities, and mental health services.
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Mental Health Law Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7491 I5 M43), Vol. Issue 5, Dec 1999, p1-11, f
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4900
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Botts discusses legislation enacted by the 2000 North Carolina General Assembly that affects substance abuse, developmental disabilities, and mental health services, including appropriations, federal block grants, and children's services.
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Mental Health Law Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7491 I5 M43), Vol. Issue 6, Sept 2000, p1-15, f
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5295
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Botts discusses legislation enacted by the 2001 North Carolina General Assembly that affects substance abuse, developmental disabilities, and mental health services. An Act to Phase In Implementation of Mental Health System Reform at the State and Local Level, which will affect administration and delivery services, was an important piece of legislation, as was the Appropriations Act.
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Mental Health Law Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7491 I5 M43), Vol. Issue 7, Mar 2002, p1-16
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7083
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Botts discusses legislation enacted by the 2004 North Carolina General Assembly that affects substance abuse, developmental disabilities, and mental health services. Legislative enactments affect areas including community alternatives programs, substance abuse services for persons convicted of driving while impaired, and criminal records checks.
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Mental Health Law Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7491 I5 M43), Vol. Issue 9, Dec 2004, p1-8
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7084
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Botts discusses legislation enacted by the 2003 North Carolina General Assembly that affects substance abuse, developmental disabilities, and mental health services. Legislative enactments included statutes governing the confidentiality of client information and laws affecting the licensure of substance abuse, developmental disabilities, and mental health services and facilities.
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Mental Health Law Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7491 I5 M43), Vol. Issue 8, Sept 2003, p1-12
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7086
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Botts discusses legislation enacted by the 1997 North Carolina General Assembly that affects substance abuse, developmental disabilities, and mental health services. Legislative enactments include reorganization of the Department of Health and Human Services, welfare reform, confidentiality, and the open meetings law.
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Mental Health Law Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7491 I5 M43), Vol. Issue 3, Oct 1997, p1-16, f
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7085
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Botts discusses legislation enacted by the 1995 North Carolina General Assembly that affects substance abuse, developmental disabilities, and mental health services. Legislative enactments include changes in the Willie M. program, court-ordered treatment, and domiciliary care facilities.
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Mental Health Law Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7491 I5 M43), Vol. Issue 1, Oct 1995, p1-13, f
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9093
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Botts discusses legislation enacted by the 1998 North Carolina General Assembly that affects substance abuse, developmental disabilities, and mental health services. Legislative enactments include appropriations, the Psychotherapy Sexual Exploitations Act, juvenile justice reform, and children with special needs.
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Mental Health Law Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7491 I5 M43), Vol. Issue 4, Dec 1998, p1-13
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9094
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Botts discusses legislation enacted by the 2006 North Carolina General Assembly that affects substance abuse, developmental disabilities, and mental health services, with particular attention given to legislation affecting publicly funded services.
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Mental Health Law Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7491 I5 M43), Vol. Issue 10, Nov 2006, p1-15
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16653
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The Tammy Lynn Center was founded in 1969 as a place to help those children and adults with special needs. The Center provides early intervention, respite care, developmental day services, and residential services.
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25499
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Fragile X syndrome is a genetic condition often associated with autism, learning disabilities, and seizure disorders. UNC is one of the few hospitals in the United States enrolling patients in clinical trials for treatment. Preliminary results of the new treatment show reduced symptoms and improved cognitive ability.
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Endeavors (NoCar LD 3941.3 A3), Vol. 28 Issue 2, Winter 2012, p14-19, por Periodical Website
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