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46.973

46.973 Drug dependence program.

46.973(1)

(1) In this section:

46.973(1)(a)

(a) "Drug" means a controlled substance, as defined in s. 961.01 (4), or a controlled substance analog, as defined in s. 961.01 (4m).

46.973(1)(b)

(b) "Drug abuse" means the use of a drug in such a manner as to endanger the public health, safety or welfare.

46.973(1)(c)

(c) "Drug dependence" means a condition arising from the periodic or continuous use of a drug which may result in psychic or physical dependence which would affect or potentially affect the public health, safety or welfare.

46.973(2)

(2) A drug dependence and drug abuse program is established in the department. The secretary may develop and carry out programs concerned with education about and prevention of drug dependence and drug abuse, and programs concerned with treatment and rehabilitation of drug dependent persons and persons who abuse drugs. The secretary shall appoint a drug dependence program coordinator to handle liaison with other departments and agencies, including the state council on alcohol and other drug abuse. These programs may include, but are not limited to:

46.973(2)(a)

(a) Education regarding use of drugs and the prevention of drug dependence and drug abuse.

46.973(2)(b)

(b) Diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients who are drug dependent persons or persons who abuse drugs.

46.973(2)(c)

(c) Development of standards and provision of consultation for local drug dependence and drug abuse programs.

46.973(2)(d)

(d) Evaluation of programs conducted pursuant to the authority of this subsection as to their effectiveness and relationship to the public health, safety and welfare and the development of improved techniques for the prevention and treatment of drug dependence and drug abuse.

46.973(2)(e)

(e) Promotion and establishment of cooperative relationship with public and private agencies which have a responsibility for the prevention and treatment of drug dependence and drug abuse.

46.973(2m)

(2m) Within the availability of funding, the department shall establish a program that includes, but is not limited to all of the following:

46.973(2m)(a)

(a) Collection and analysis of data on drug abuse treatment from all approved public and private treatment facilities as defined in s. 51.45 (2) (b) and (c) which shall include, but not be limited to, all of the following information:

46.973(2m)(a)1.

1. The total number of persons who received treatment for drug abuse statewide.

46.973(2m)(a)2.

2. The type and amount of treatment that persons receive from alcohol and other drug abuse provider facilities.

46.973(2m)(a)3.

3. The primary drug of abuse, the primary means of administration of drugs and the diagnosis of clients.

46.973(2m)(a)4.

4. The number of persons on waiting lists for alcohol and other drug abuse provider facilities.

46.973(2m)(a)5.

5. The total costs of drug abuse treatment statewide.

46.973(2m)(a)6.

6. The sources and amounts of federal, state, local, insurance and private financing of alcohol and other drug abuse treatment programs.

46.973(2m)(a)7.

7. The amount of funds retained by counties under s. 59.25 (3) (j).

46.973(2m)(b)

(b) Collection of data which indicates the extent of illicit drug use, the prevalence of drug abuse and which illicit drugs are available and being abused. Data shall be collected from law enforcement agencies, courts, criminal justice agencies, emergency medical treatment providers, other medical care facilities and agencies designated by the department.

46.973(2m)(c)

(c) A report summarizing the data collected under pars. (a) and (b) which shall be written annually and submitted to the state council on alcohol and other drug abuse by June 30 of every year and which shall include all of the following:

46.973(2m)(c)1.

1. The nature and extent of this state's drug abuse problems.

46.973(2m)(c)2.

2. The use and abuse of each controlled substance or controlled substance analog specified in ch. 961.

46.973(2m)(c)3.

3. The changes in the use and abuse of drugs noted by the facilities specified in par. (a) (intro.) including those changes resulting from initiatives of the state council on alcohol and other drug abuse or other state agencies.

46.973(3)

(3) The department may accept, receive, administer, and expend any money, material, or other gifts or grants of any description for purposes related to those set forth in this section. Moneys and grants received under this section shall be deposited with the secretary of administration and shall be credited to the department under s. 20.435 (2) (i) and expended by the department or the state council on alcohol and other drug abuse for the purposes specified.

46.973 - ANNOT.

History: 1971 c. 219; 1975 c. 370; 1979 c. 221; 1983 a. 189; 1987 a. 339; 1993 a. 27 s. 248; Stats. 1993 s. 46.973; 1995 a. 201, 448; 2003 a. 33.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wisconsin > 46 > 46.973

46.973

46.973 Drug dependence program.

46.973(1)

(1) In this section:

46.973(1)(a)

(a) "Drug" means a controlled substance, as defined in s. 961.01 (4), or a controlled substance analog, as defined in s. 961.01 (4m).

46.973(1)(b)

(b) "Drug abuse" means the use of a drug in such a manner as to endanger the public health, safety or welfare.

46.973(1)(c)

(c) "Drug dependence" means a condition arising from the periodic or continuous use of a drug which may result in psychic or physical dependence which would affect or potentially affect the public health, safety or welfare.

46.973(2)

(2) A drug dependence and drug abuse program is established in the department. The secretary may develop and carry out programs concerned with education about and prevention of drug dependence and drug abuse, and programs concerned with treatment and rehabilitation of drug dependent persons and persons who abuse drugs. The secretary shall appoint a drug dependence program coordinator to handle liaison with other departments and agencies, including the state council on alcohol and other drug abuse. These programs may include, but are not limited to:

46.973(2)(a)

(a) Education regarding use of drugs and the prevention of drug dependence and drug abuse.

46.973(2)(b)

(b) Diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients who are drug dependent persons or persons who abuse drugs.

46.973(2)(c)

(c) Development of standards and provision of consultation for local drug dependence and drug abuse programs.

46.973(2)(d)

(d) Evaluation of programs conducted pursuant to the authority of this subsection as to their effectiveness and relationship to the public health, safety and welfare and the development of improved techniques for the prevention and treatment of drug dependence and drug abuse.

46.973(2)(e)

(e) Promotion and establishment of cooperative relationship with public and private agencies which have a responsibility for the prevention and treatment of drug dependence and drug abuse.

46.973(2m)

(2m) Within the availability of funding, the department shall establish a program that includes, but is not limited to all of the following:

46.973(2m)(a)

(a) Collection and analysis of data on drug abuse treatment from all approved public and private treatment facilities as defined in s. 51.45 (2) (b) and (c) which shall include, but not be limited to, all of the following information:

46.973(2m)(a)1.

1. The total number of persons who received treatment for drug abuse statewide.

46.973(2m)(a)2.

2. The type and amount of treatment that persons receive from alcohol and other drug abuse provider facilities.

46.973(2m)(a)3.

3. The primary drug of abuse, the primary means of administration of drugs and the diagnosis of clients.

46.973(2m)(a)4.

4. The number of persons on waiting lists for alcohol and other drug abuse provider facilities.

46.973(2m)(a)5.

5. The total costs of drug abuse treatment statewide.

46.973(2m)(a)6.

6. The sources and amounts of federal, state, local, insurance and private financing of alcohol and other drug abuse treatment programs.

46.973(2m)(a)7.

7. The amount of funds retained by counties under s. 59.25 (3) (j).

46.973(2m)(b)

(b) Collection of data which indicates the extent of illicit drug use, the prevalence of drug abuse and which illicit drugs are available and being abused. Data shall be collected from law enforcement agencies, courts, criminal justice agencies, emergency medical treatment providers, other medical care facilities and agencies designated by the department.

46.973(2m)(c)

(c) A report summarizing the data collected under pars. (a) and (b) which shall be written annually and submitted to the state council on alcohol and other drug abuse by June 30 of every year and which shall include all of the following:

46.973(2m)(c)1.

1. The nature and extent of this state's drug abuse problems.

46.973(2m)(c)2.

2. The use and abuse of each controlled substance or controlled substance analog specified in ch. 961.

46.973(2m)(c)3.

3. The changes in the use and abuse of drugs noted by the facilities specified in par. (a) (intro.) including those changes resulting from initiatives of the state council on alcohol and other drug abuse or other state agencies.

46.973(3)

(3) The department may accept, receive, administer, and expend any money, material, or other gifts or grants of any description for purposes related to those set forth in this section. Moneys and grants received under this section shall be deposited with the secretary of administration and shall be credited to the department under s. 20.435 (2) (i) and expended by the department or the state council on alcohol and other drug abuse for the purposes specified.

46.973 - ANNOT.

History: 1971 c. 219; 1975 c. 370; 1979 c. 221; 1983 a. 189; 1987 a. 339; 1993 a. 27 s. 248; Stats. 1993 s. 46.973; 1995 a. 201, 448; 2003 a. 33.

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Statutes > Wisconsin > 46 > 46.973

46.973

46.973 Drug dependence program.

46.973(1)

(1) In this section:

46.973(1)(a)

(a) "Drug" means a controlled substance, as defined in s. 961.01 (4), or a controlled substance analog, as defined in s. 961.01 (4m).

46.973(1)(b)

(b) "Drug abuse" means the use of a drug in such a manner as to endanger the public health, safety or welfare.

46.973(1)(c)

(c) "Drug dependence" means a condition arising from the periodic or continuous use of a drug which may result in psychic or physical dependence which would affect or potentially affect the public health, safety or welfare.

46.973(2)

(2) A drug dependence and drug abuse program is established in the department. The secretary may develop and carry out programs concerned with education about and prevention of drug dependence and drug abuse, and programs concerned with treatment and rehabilitation of drug dependent persons and persons who abuse drugs. The secretary shall appoint a drug dependence program coordinator to handle liaison with other departments and agencies, including the state council on alcohol and other drug abuse. These programs may include, but are not limited to:

46.973(2)(a)

(a) Education regarding use of drugs and the prevention of drug dependence and drug abuse.

46.973(2)(b)

(b) Diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients who are drug dependent persons or persons who abuse drugs.

46.973(2)(c)

(c) Development of standards and provision of consultation for local drug dependence and drug abuse programs.

46.973(2)(d)

(d) Evaluation of programs conducted pursuant to the authority of this subsection as to their effectiveness and relationship to the public health, safety and welfare and the development of improved techniques for the prevention and treatment of drug dependence and drug abuse.

46.973(2)(e)

(e) Promotion and establishment of cooperative relationship with public and private agencies which have a responsibility for the prevention and treatment of drug dependence and drug abuse.

46.973(2m)

(2m) Within the availability of funding, the department shall establish a program that includes, but is not limited to all of the following:

46.973(2m)(a)

(a) Collection and analysis of data on drug abuse treatment from all approved public and private treatment facilities as defined in s. 51.45 (2) (b) and (c) which shall include, but not be limited to, all of the following information:

46.973(2m)(a)1.

1. The total number of persons who received treatment for drug abuse statewide.

46.973(2m)(a)2.

2. The type and amount of treatment that persons receive from alcohol and other drug abuse provider facilities.

46.973(2m)(a)3.

3. The primary drug of abuse, the primary means of administration of drugs and the diagnosis of clients.

46.973(2m)(a)4.

4. The number of persons on waiting lists for alcohol and other drug abuse provider facilities.

46.973(2m)(a)5.

5. The total costs of drug abuse treatment statewide.

46.973(2m)(a)6.

6. The sources and amounts of federal, state, local, insurance and private financing of alcohol and other drug abuse treatment programs.

46.973(2m)(a)7.

7. The amount of funds retained by counties under s. 59.25 (3) (j).

46.973(2m)(b)

(b) Collection of data which indicates the extent of illicit drug use, the prevalence of drug abuse and which illicit drugs are available and being abused. Data shall be collected from law enforcement agencies, courts, criminal justice agencies, emergency medical treatment providers, other medical care facilities and agencies designated by the department.

46.973(2m)(c)

(c) A report summarizing the data collected under pars. (a) and (b) which shall be written annually and submitted to the state council on alcohol and other drug abuse by June 30 of every year and which shall include all of the following:

46.973(2m)(c)1.

1. The nature and extent of this state's drug abuse problems.

46.973(2m)(c)2.

2. The use and abuse of each controlled substance or controlled substance analog specified in ch. 961.

46.973(2m)(c)3.

3. The changes in the use and abuse of drugs noted by the facilities specified in par. (a) (intro.) including those changes resulting from initiatives of the state council on alcohol and other drug abuse or other state agencies.

46.973(3)

(3) The department may accept, receive, administer, and expend any money, material, or other gifts or grants of any description for purposes related to those set forth in this section. Moneys and grants received under this section shall be deposited with the secretary of administration and shall be credited to the department under s. 20.435 (2) (i) and expended by the department or the state council on alcohol and other drug abuse for the purposes specified.

46.973 - ANNOT.

History: 1971 c. 219; 1975 c. 370; 1979 c. 221; 1983 a. 189; 1987 a. 339; 1993 a. 27 s. 248; Stats. 1993 s. 46.973; 1995 a. 201, 448; 2003 a. 33.

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