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NEW - Legislative Changes 2017 - Legislative changes to Ombudsman Office statute.

Minnesota Statutes for the Office of Ombudsman for Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities (OMHDD)

gavel 245.91 - Definitions

245.92 - Office of Ombudsman; Creation; Qualifications; Function

245.93 - Organization of Office of Ombudsman

245.94 - Powers of Ombudsman; Reviews and Evaluations; Recommendations

245.945 - Reimbursement to Ombudsman for Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities

245.95 - Recommendations and Reports to Governor

245.96 - Civil Actions

245.97 - Ombudsman Committee


State of Minnesota Revisor's Office List of Rules

Other State Statutes

Office of the Revisor of Statutes

Minnesota Health Care Bill of Rights M.S. 144.651 (Patient Bill of Rights)

Minnesota Patient Bill of Rights Scroll down to the bottom of the page and select the appropriate language translation.

Bill of Rights for Wards and Protected Persons M.S. 524.5-120

Minnesota Vulnerable Adult Act M.S. 626.557 through 626.5572

Maltreatment of Minors Act M.S. 626.556

Minnesota Public Guardianship/Conservatorship M.S. 252A

Minnesota Private Guardianship/Conservatorship M.S. 524

See Sections 524.5-101 through 524.5 - 903.

Minnesota Health Care Directives Law - 1998, M.S. 145C

Minnesota Civil Commitment Statute 253B

This statute covers general commitments for persons in need of court ordered treatment for mental illness, mental retardation, or chemical dependency. Also contained in the general provisions is language pertaining to persons considered to be mentally ill and dangerous to the public.

Specific provisions relating to civil commitment of persons classified as Sexual Psychopathic Personality or Sexually Dangerous Persons begin at 253B.185.

Chapter 256G. Unitary Residence and Financial Responsibility

Interstate contract, mental health, chemical health, detoxification services

Federal Information

Code of Federal Regulations

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