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2017 Regular Session



Heroin and Opioid Prevention Effort (HOPE) and Treatment Act of 2017

Sponsored by:

Senator Klausmeier


In the Senate - Reassigned to Finance and Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs

Synopsis:Requiring specified institutions of higher education to offer credits in substance use disorders, effective treatment for substance use disorders, and pain management; requiring the Behavioral Health Administration to establish at least a specified number of crisis treatment centers that provide individuals who are in a substance use disorder crisis with access to specified clinical staff; requiring that at least one crisis treatment center be located in each geographical region of the State; etc.
Analysis:Fiscal and Policy Note
All Sponsors:Senator Klausmeier
Additional Facts:Cross-filed with: HB1329
Bill File Type: Regular
Effective Date(s): June 1, 2017
Bill imposes a mandated appropriation in the annual State Budget Bill
Finance  View Committee Hearing
Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs
Broad Subject(s):Public Health
Insurance - Health
Education - Miscellaneous
Narrow Subject(s):Alcoholic Beverages -see also- AB-By Subd; Subst Abuse; etc.
Consumer Price Index
Controlled Dangerous Substances -see also- Drugs; Subst Abus
Drugs -see also- Controlled Dangerous Sub; Substance Abuse
Education, State Department of
Health Care Facilities -see also- Clinics; Hospices; etc
Health and Mental Hygiene, Department of
Health Occupations -see also- specific health occupations
Health Services Cost Review Commission
Higher Education -see also- Comm Colleges; Med Schools; etc.
Hospitals -see also- Clinics; State Hospitals
Mental and Behavioral Health
Public Information
Public Safety and Correctional Services, Department of
Reimbursement Rates
Substance Abuse
Statutes:Article - Education
Article - Health - General
(16-201.3, 19-310.3, 7.5-207, 7.5-501, 8-1101)
Article - Insurance

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March 9, 2017 3:17 P.M.