Alaska Statutes.
Title 47. Welfare, Social Services and Institutions
Chapter 37. Uniform Alcoholism and Intoxication Treatment Act
Section 160. Voluntary Treatment of Alcoholics.
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AS 47.37.160. Voluntary Treatment of Alcoholics.

(a) An alcoholic may voluntarily apply for treatment directly to an approved public treatment facility.

(b) Subject to regulations adopted by the department, the administrator in charge of an approved public treatment facility may determine who shall be admitted for treatment. If a person is refused admission to an approved public treatment facility, the administrator shall, if possible, refer the person to another approved public treatment facility.

(c) When a patient receiving inpatient care leaves an approved public treatment facility, the patient shall be encouraged to consent to appropriate outpatient or intermediate treatment. If it appears to the administrator in charge of the treatment facility that the patient is an alcoholic who requires help, the administrator shall arrange for assistance in obtaining supportive services and residential facilities.

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