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55 Pa. Code § 5100.83. Generally.

§ 5100.83. Generally.

 (a)  A person may be subject to an involuntary examination only at facilities approved and designated for that purpose by the administrator.

 (b)  No facility shall be designated unless it has an approved plan to comply with section 302(c)(2) of the act (50 P. S. §  7302(c)). The plan shall be jointly developed by the administrator and facility director, utilizing available county resources.

 (c)  The administrator, at least on an annual basis, shall advise the public, through notice in one newspaper of general circulation in the county, of the facilities he has designated to provide involuntary emergency examination and treatment.

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